Leonardo DiCaprio has a new love interest in his life, and once again, the online community is buzzing over the fact that DiCaprio is again involved with a supermodel. This time around, Leonardo has become involved with Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Nina Agdal. While many seem to be focusing on the fact that DiCaprio keeps going after models, can he really be faulted for pursuing those in his own social circle? After all, as Agdal once pointed out herself, it’s only natural to associate with those who share the same friends and colleagues.
Leonardo DiCaprio And Nina Agdal Pursue A New May-December Romance
Cosmopolitan reports that DiCaprio and Nina Agdal have been dating since May, suggesting that the relationship is going well for the new power couple, and any doubters can refer to the extended vacations Leonardo and Nina took together. DiCaprio took Agdal on a trip to visit both the Bahamas and Montauk last month. While sources close to DiCaprio say that the romance is still in the casual stage, photo evidence posted by Agdal suggests just the opposite may be true. Nina shared a photo of herself warming up to an impressive bouquet of bright red roses, and considering the news of Agdal’s romance with DiCaprio, it seems only one man could have sent the flowers.
It seems natural that Nina and Leonardo should have become involved. It’s no secret that Leonardo prefers younger women, and Nina has already shown herself to be open to the benefits of dating older men. She dated Adam Levine in 2014 for a short time, and following that break-up, Agdal expressed a disinterest in dating within her own age range.
“I am 21 years old, and I don’t think anyone who is 21 knows what love is about yet.”
Previously, Nina spoke to Cosmo about the rumors surrounding Leonardo DiCaprio’s interest in dating Sports Illustrated models, proving she was well aware of the actor’s type before getting involved with him.
“Of course I’ve met him, but Leonardo just goes out with the same group of people as everybody. So I hate that people, like, start stirring stuff up, because he’s just in the same area. That happens a lot. But that’s gossip, right? That’s why we all have these magazines [Laughs].”
The Wolf Of Wall Street‘s Margot Robbie Wasn’t Impressed By Leonardo DiCaprio’s Sex Moves
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While the Sports Illustrated swimsuit models may all adore Leonardo DiCaprio, actress Margot Robbie reveals that her love scenes with The Wolf of Wall Street actor were anything but erotic, according to People. That may not be DiCaprio’s fault entirely, however. Robbie reveals that the sex scenes in The Wolf of Wall Street were her first ever real sex scenes. She says she’s done scenes where the couple were leading into sex or with the camera focusing on them just after the act, but her scene with Leonardo was her first fully filmed sex scene.
She adds that she had done a shower sequence before, but even that didn’t compare to the level of nudity required for her scenes with DiCaprio. She says the film crew looking on only added to the awkwardness of the situation.
“There isn’t an option,” Ms. Robbie says of doing sex scenes. “It’s just like, this is what you need to do – get on with it. The sooner you do it, the sooner you can stop doing it.”
For that reason, Margot says the scene with Leonardo DiCaprio was “so awkward,” though the on-screen result was sensual enough to stir even more interest in The Wolf of Wall Street.
Leonardo DiCaprio isn’t currently attached to any new film projects. Nina Agdal is keeping The Revenant actor busy.
[Featured Image Credit: Leonardo DiCaprio by Yuriko Nakao/Getty Images; Nina Agdal by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Sports Illustrated]