Over the past month, Gigi Hadid has been busy hitting the runway for the fashion industry’s Spring/Summer 2023 circuit. First in New York, then Milan and finally, Paris. And it turns out that for her final leg, not only was Hadid surrounded by friends, colleagues, her younger sister Bella, and the usual onslaught of screaming fans, but she was also joined by one Mr. Leonardo DiCaprio, who also happened to be visiting Paris at the time.
After first being photographed together at a New York Fashion Week Party, prompting reports they’d been “spending a lot of time together” following DiCaprio’s swift exit from his four-year-relationship with Camila Morrone once she turned 25, and that DiCaprio was now “pursuing” Hadid (who’s 27! does he know?), the actor headed to the city of love where Hadid happened to be for work (alongside many other models and parties, two things he loves more than most else).
According to TMZ, not only that, but DiCaprio and Hadid were spotted walking into the same hotel at different times in Paris last week, despite them definitely staying in different locations: DiCaprio was at Hotel Costes, while Hadid was at Royal Monceau.
Hadid was photographed walking into the lobby of her hotel at 10 p.m., while DiCaprio managed to sneak in undetected. He was, however, photographed (while wearing a hat, mask, and hoodie, of course) walking out of Hadid’s hotel lobby at 1 a.m.
According to the outlet, DiCaprio departed Hadid’s hotel and, instead of heading home, the 46-year-old opted to head directly to the clubs. Which, as a woman, I can safely say, is not the way you should be acting if you’re trying to pursue someone over the age of 25 romantically. Of course, it’s DiCaprio’s first foray into dating a woman whose prefrontal cortex has stopped developing, so perhaps he’s unsure of the proper etiquette here. Hell, his other girlfriends likely joined him at the clubs at 1 a.m.!
Apparently, the Oscar winner hit the nightclubs in Paris for about an hour, before he was spotted heading back to his own digs. Hmm, nope!