Leonardo DiCaprio Rented A Yacht For His Girlfriend Camila Morrone’s 23rd Birthday
Camila Morrone turned 23 on a yacht, which means she’s got two more years left in her before her 45-year-old boyfriend, Leonardo DiCaprio, realizes she’s aged out of his desired bracket and dumps her. Hopefully, Camila can convince him next year to celebrate her 23rd birthday again since 2020 is clearly a write-off. Then she’ll add a whole year to her DiCatchAHo shelf-life!
Camila and Leo were allegedly talking marriage… two years ago. So that will obviously happen any day now. No seriously, Leo has gotten serious about Camila. He took her to the Oscars! So to show her his love for her, they celebrated her 23rd birthday on a boat.
These two have been together since December 2017 and went public with their love at Coachella in 2018. So they’ve been together for a long time (hey, two-and-a-half years is FOREVER in Leonardo DiCaprio time) and this must be Camila’s hundredth yacht party. I’m going to assume by now she’s stood at the front of a boat and been like, “Jack, I’m flying!” because she totally saw that movie which came out the same year she was born.
But this yacht party was special, a young lady only gets one 23rd birthday (or if she takes my advice, two!). Page Six says Leo was one of the few people at the party wearing a mask. The theme was apparently cowboys, because people showed up in Westworld hats and shit. And the environmental savior truly dressed up for the occasion by wearing a hoodie:
Camila Morrone and Leonardo DiCaprio in Malibu celebrating her 23rd birthday pic.twitter.com/VEbCfQZD5r
— camila morrone updates (@dailymorrone) June 20, 2020
Guests included other famous types like Vampire Diaries‘ Nina Dobrev, Olympic gold medalist Shaun White, and of course members of the Pussy Posse, Kevin Connolly and Lukas Haas, were there.
The 43-meter “Leight Star Super Yacht” left the Marina Del Rey docks in the morning at 11:00 and came back around 4:30 pm, and luckily this time Leonardo didn’t have to save any drowning men. But I’d still call the party a dud because I’m not into any kind of yacht party that doesn’t end in a rich person getting indicted for fraud.