The Titanic star, 47, and the model, 25 were first linked in December 2017 when the actor was spotted leaving her home in Los Angeles.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone have called it quits on their 4-year relationship.
The breakup was confirmed to PEOPLE by a source. The Titanic star, 47, and the model, 25 were first linked in December 2017 when the actor was spotted leaving her home in Los Angeles, per E! News.
Back in July 2019, an insider told PEOPLE that DiCaprio and Morrone seemed "pretty serious" with each other. "It's definitely not a casual relationship. Camila spends a lot of time at his house. Camila is long known as Leo's girlfriend. And Leo introduced her to both of his parents long ago."
That same year, in December, Morrone addressed the backlash surrounding their age gap. "There's so many relationships in Hollywood—and in the history of the world—where people have large age gaps. I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date," she told the Los Angeles Times.
Having said that, the model-turned-actress has a very mature take on people being inquisitive about their relationship. She says that she understands why people are curious adding "I probably would be curious about it, too."
She also said it was "frustrating" given how she was mostly known for her attachment to DiCaprio: "I feel like there should always be an identity besides who you're dating. ... I understand the association, but I'm confident that will continue to slip away and be less of a conversation."
They were also spotted in January 2018 during an outing in Aspen, Colorado. Ever since then, DiCaprio and Morrone have been spotted all over the world. The two of them made their debut as a couple when they sat together in the front row at the Oscars in February 2020.
Soon, they were being noticed together almost all the time.
They were photographed holding hands in New York City after grabbing lunch together. The much talked about Hollywood couple was also spotted riding bikes around the city, as well. The rumors started to seem real when they attended Coachella in 2019, and later, at the Cannes Film Festival where DiCaprio debuted his Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.
In June 2020, a source said DiCaprio "loves being with" Morrone as they "spent 24/7" with each other during the pandemic and the lockdown. "They are very close," the source added at the time.
Sure, it did seem like all was well between them both, so the decision to break up was made after carefully thinking it through.
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