After several years of dating, Leo and actress/model Camila Morrone broke up, which is only a huge deal since Camila recently turned 25.
As you probably learned by now, Leo does not date women older than 25, regardless of his age.
So, what is Leo's deal?
An insider told the New York Post, "by the time girls reach 25, they're looking for more — they're looking to get married and settle down."
The insider added:
"That is not what Leo wants. He does not want a family and does not want to be around women who may press him for that."
"The minute a girl meets him, the clock is ticking. If she gets too old, in a couple of years, she is gone. If she gets too close, in a couple of years, she is gone."
Though this is not a new issue, the recent breakup only cemented Leo's dating history, and since the age gaps are getting wider, Leo appears creepier.
And science does not help his case, as numerous studies claim that adolescence does not end before age 25, even 28.
The insider added:
"He's gotten older, but his taste has not gotten any older."
Some women in their late 20s or even 30s do not want kids, Leo. On the other hand, it is better than being an absent father, so at least there's that.
Twitter community predicted this breakup, especially after Morrone turned 25.
The predictions started popping up around June when almost everyone in the know joked that Camila's days as Leonardo's girlfriend were numbered.
A viral post featuring an image of the now estranged couple was captioned, "It's the final countdown."
A chart tracked the ages of his past partners and discovered that it is over after a woman reaches 25.
Throughout DiCaprio's 47 years, none of his girlfriends passed the "age" mark of 25.
The chart shows that Camila was born the same year Leo made Titanic.
In more positive news, many of his exes found genuine partners soon after the breakups. From Gisele to Toni Garrn, the women seem to be doing well.