Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone are over.
The 47-year-old Academy Award-winning actor and the 25-year-old model and actress have gone their separate ways. The two were in a relationship for four years.
A source confirmed to ET:
“Leo and Cami broke up. They’ve been spending a lot of time apart this summer and doing their own things.”
The exes, who kept their relationship largely private, first sparked romance rumors back in December 2017. They made their official debut as a couple two years later at the Academy Awards in 2020 by sitting together at the ceremony, although they opted to walk the red carpet separately at the time.
The last time the two were spotted out together was over the Fourth of July weekend where they were seen in Malibu, California. Earlier this summer, Leo was seen vacationing around Europe in a yacht with his friends, including fellow Oscar winner Jamie Foxx.
Camila was spotted recently on vacation with her mother in St. Tropez.
From the earliest stages of their relationship, much of the public’s fascination with the pair focused on their age gap of 23 years. Camila was just 20 when she started dating Leo, who turned 43 that year.
Camila once addressed the concern in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, where she said:
“There’s so many relationships in Hollywood – and in the history of the world – where people have large age gaps.
I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.”
Leo and Camila reportedly spent much of lockdown together during the first waves of the pandemic.