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Remember 2017? Me neither. But Leonardo DiCaprio had a pretty good year, by which I mean he met his latest girlfriend, Camila Morrone. According to Us Weekly, Leo and Camila started “hooking up” and spending quality time together in December, going on outings to Barneys in Los Angeles, aka the most romantic place on earth!
Sooo, what do we know about Camila?
Her Stepfather Is Al Pacino
How very casual! Apparently, Camila’s mom, Lucila Polak, had a long-term relationship with Al, and while they never married, Camila calls him her stepfather. Note: Leo and Al just starred in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood together. Coincidence? I mean, yeah, probably.
She’s an Actress
Yes, Camila’s a model, but her main passion is acting. She’s already been in several films—including James Franco’s directorial debut, Bukowski—and most recently, she was in 2019’s critically acclaimed Mickey and the Bear.
Most significantly, Cami is starring in the upcoming series Daisy Jones & The Six (based on the super-popular book) along with Riley Keough.
She’s Close Friends With Kaia Gerber
At least, judging from this pic ¯_(ツ)_/¯:
She’s a Former YouTuber
Enjoy learning about the perfect fall lip!
She Was a Casual HGTV Star
Cami confirmed this incredible news to Vogue, saying: “I had a show on HGTV with my mom and grandma called My Flipping Family. My mom loves interior design. We remodeled my house from top to bottom in three weeks. I had one of the best times.”
She’s Over People Being Obsessed With Her and Leo’s Age Gap
“There’s so many relationships in Hollywood—and in the history of the world—where people have large age gaps,” Camila told the Los Angeles Times. “I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date….I probably would be curious about it too. I think more and more now that people are seeing the film [Mickey and the Bear], I’m slowly getting an identity outside of that. Which is frustrating, because 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.”