Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone have split, sources

According to insiders close to the couple, the ‘What’s Eating Gilbert Grape’ star, 47, and the ‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ star, 25, has called it quits after four years together.

A source told PEOPLE magazine that the couple, who met in January 2018, were no longer together, but representatives for both of them declined to comment on the claims.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone have split, sources say
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In 2019, an insider told the same magazine that the couple was “pretty serious” about each other.

They stated at the time: “This is not a casual relationship. Camila spends a significant amount of time at his home. Camila has long been rumored to be Leo’s girlfriend. And Leo has known both of his parents for a long time.”

Another source stated that Leo – who has been linked to a number of stunning women including Blake Lively, Gisele Bundchen, and Bar Raffaelli – “loves being with” Camila and that they “spent 24/7” together during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in 2020.

“They are very close,” the source added.

They were spotted together on a beach in Malibu celebrating the Fourth of July.

Camila opened up about the “large age gap” between her and the ‘Titanic star in 2018, saying it wasn’t a big deal.

She stated: “There are so many relationships in Hollywood — and throughout history — where people have large age gaps. I simply believe that anyone should be able to date whomever they want.”

Camila added that she found it “frustrating” that she was best known for her relationship with Leo.

She stated: “I believe that there should always be an identity apart from who you’re dating. I understand the association, but I’m confident it will fade and become less of a topic of discussion.”

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