Camila Morrone comments on the 23-year age gap with Leonardo DiCaprio
While we wouldn't expect Leonardo DiCaprio to be involved with anyone who wasn't drop-dead gorgeous, it seems he has another dating criterion which is a bit more unconventional...
A graph, which went viral last year, claims that the 90's heartthrob hasn't dated anyone who is over the age of 25.
The graph, which was first seen on Reddit, breaks down Leo's dating history, and measures the ages of each woman against his own.
As you can see, it illustrates that while the Titanic actor continues to age, the average age of his girlfriends remains roughly the same - in the early twenties, and never tops 25.
Now, true to form, he's currently dating 22-year-old model Camila Morrone. She has, however, broken the mould in one sense, having spoken out about the relationship - something DiCaprio's girlfriends are purportedly forbidden from doing.
While promoting her upcoming movie Mickey and the Bear, Morrone opened up about the 23 year age gap between her and her boyfriend.
The actress spoke with The Los Angeles Times, where she was asked about her relationship with the 45 year, who she has been dating since late 2017.
Watch as the couple stroll around Los Angeles:
"There's so many relationships in Hollywood — and in the history of the world — where people have large age gaps," Morrone stated. "I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date."
She did admit that she understands why people are so interested in their relationship, saying "'I probably would be curious about it too."
However, she does hope that her budding career as an actress will soon eclipse her relationship. "I think more and more now that people are seeing the film, I'm slowly getting an identity outside of that,' the Mickey and the Bear star continued, before conceding that it's "frustrating" because she feels people should always have "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,'' she concluded.