When Camila Morrone and Leonardo DiCaprio first started dating, they were subject to all the regular jokes that have followed the Titanic actor around for most of his career. Morrone was, of course, a ridiculously beautiful, much younger woman, and DiCaprio had been linked to many seemingly similar ridiculously beautiful, much younger women over the years.
But since they were first spotted together in late 2017, the couple has been proving critics wrong by going from strength to strength—so much so that this now marks one of DiCaprio’s longest ever relationships (after Bar Refaeli and Gisele Bündchen).
One of the things that reportedly bonds the pair is the fact that they are both notoriously private about their relationship. So yesterday when the 23-year-old actress showed support of her actor boyfriend, it was a rare moment.
Taking to Instagram, Morrone reshared DiCaprio’s post about his upcoming Martin Scorsese film to her stories. Keeping things simple—and in line with the pair’s private ways—Morrone didn’t add a caption or any words to her subtle tribute.
The image from the upcoming Apple film showed DiCaprio in a suit at a dinner table, alongside actress Lily Gladstone, who was wrapped in a striped blanket. On DiCaprio’s original post, he wrote, “First look at #KillersOfTheFlowerMoon.”
In December, E! News reported that, after spending lockdown together, Morrone and DiCaprio took the next step in their relationship by moving in together to a home in LA.
According to the source, “Leo and Cami are still going strong and doing really well.” DiCaprio is “very cozy with Cami and they’re serious.” The source added that DiCaprio “is filming right now, but that he has been settling into domestic life with Morrone, as opposed to all the time he used to “spend out with his boys.” They explained, “he does really like his life with her and they’re a lot more couple-y than they used to be.”
The only time Morrone has spoken publicly about her relationship with DiCaprio was when she addressed the controversy surrounding their age gap in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. “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 said, adding, “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.”