No global pandemic can separate their love, apparently.
- Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend Camila Morrone are reportedly self-quarantining together amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to Us Weekly.
- A source told the outlet that the couple is keeping a low profile at DiCaprio’s Los Angeles home but supposedly “enjoying time together off the grid.”
- DiCaprio and Morrone are a notoriously private couple but did make a rare joint appearance at the Academy Awards earlier this year.
Leonardo DiCaprio and his girlfriend, Camila Morrone, are staying close during the coronavirus crisis.
According to Us Weekly, the couple is self-quarantining at the Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood actor’s Los Angeles home. “They’re always together, but like maintaining privacy,” a source told the outlet. “They’re really great for one another and have been enjoying this time together off the grid.”
DiCaprio, 45, and Morrone, 22, keep a notoriously low profile when it comes to their relationship, but the two did make a rare public appearance earlier this year at the 92nd annual Academy Awards. Their relationship—and 23-year age gap—has come under criticism (and jokes) in recent years, but Morrone has only spoken highly of DiCaprio as a partner and shrugs off any kind of judgment.
“There’s so many relationships in Hollywood—and in the history of the world—where people have large age gaps,” Morrone previously told the Los Angeles Times. “I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.”