, “Leo did his annual fundraiser for the Leonardo Di Caprio Foundation.
We know what you’re thinking: Well, isn’t that every man’s type?
True, but no one's more consistent in their relationship pattern than our boy Leo.
The Oscar-winning actor jetted into Cannes shortly after his split from Nina Agdal, while Bella told E! And model Bella, 20 (Leonardo is 42 btw), might have her eye elsewhere.
She’s reportedly ‘taken a shine’ to British boxer Anthony Joshua, liking his Instagram photos and doing some mutual ‘online flirting’, according to The Sun.
If [Penn and I] were photographed walking down the street, they didn't know if it was a paparazzi shot or if it was a shot from the show,' she said.
However, when the duo ended their relationship in 2010, Lively and Badly both wanted worked hard to keep their personal and professional lives remained as distinct as possible, and kept their break-up a secret from their co-stars and the show's crew. episodes, Blake was dating [Leonardo] at the time, and she had this thing where she had a doll that she took photos of that she sent to Leo.” “Blake was way ahead of the curve,” he continued. She was documenting her life in photographs in a way that people were not yet doing.” Blake and Leo dated for about five months in 2011.Everyone has a past, but it seems like Leonardo Di Caprio has been dating the same type of girl for years — blondes with long legs!After starring in Titanic together, the pair played a distressed married couple in 2008’s which was directed by Kate’s ex-husband Sam Mendes.Leonardo Di Caprio eyed for upcoming ‘Batman’ villain movie Kate has always been open about her “unique” relationship with Leo; “We know each other in a very unique way, I think, because of the experience we both had on that film and having to take care of one another,” she explained.The 30-year-old admitted that when they first got together, they tried to keep their relationship under wraps for as long as possible.'I remember there was one point where we were just afraid of how our personal lives overlapping our work life could be perceived by our bosses,' she said.'[But then] we were like, "Oh no, that's exactly what they want". They wanted us all to wear the same clothes that we're wearing on the show.