Leonardo DiCaprio, 47, is enthusiastic about fighting global warming and dating women young enough to be his daughters.
The modelizer has closed another chapter in his love life. News of the actor's breakup with his girlfriend of four years, actress/model Camila Morrone, was first reported by People.
The internet has a hunch about the breakup: Morrone turned 25 in June. It is Leo's cutoff point for romantic relationships, and Twitter users warned Morrone.
He can put up with many things, but getting older is not one of them. A Reddit user TrustLittleBrother created a comprehensive chart to show DiCaprio's pattern.
You can't unsee it because it painfully demonstrates how every model ends up left by Leo before or at 25.
Morrone and DiCaprio started dating in 2017 but didn't go public until the 2020 Oscars.
Page Six alleges DiCaprio recently partied in St. Tropez with Tristan Thompson, Toby Maguire, and "an army of models," even though the two were seen on vacation earlier this summer.
Morrone's and DiCaprio's representatives refused to comment to People.
Leo was already linked to a 22-year-old brunette, Maria Beregova, Daily Mail reported.
Perhaps DiCaprio is concerned about global warming because he wants to preserve the globe for his future girlfriends.