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Rumors of Titanic actor Leonardo DiCaprio and supermodel Gigi Hadid in a relationship have been fueled after they were spotted together.
According to aceshowbiz.com, the actor and the supermodel were seen getting cozy at a party in New York City just a few weeks after the actor ended his relationship with Camila Morrone.
In the photos captured by the Daily Mail, DiCaprio and Hadid could be seen leaning in close together as they tried to chat amid the loud party, which was reportedly thrown at Casa Cipriani by DiCaprio’s friends Richie Akiva and Darren Dzienciol in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood on September 10.
Following the leaking of their first public sighting, a source close to the couple told Page Six that while they are dating, they are “taking it slow.”
The insider continued by saying that the couple had spent time together when it was just the two and when they were with other people.
“(Leo) is not someone who is in-and-out of relationships. He doesn’t jump around hooking up. They are taking it slow,” the source said.
It was recently reported that Leo and Gigi had been getting to know each other in New York City.
A separate source claimed that Leo ‘hooked up’ with Gigi “a few times” since his breakup from Camila. It’s also said that the model is “exactly (Leo’s) type.”
Upon noticing that Leo is reportedly “pursuing” Gigi, social media users believed that the two will not date as Leo allegedly tends to date young women under 25. BKM/ Expat Media
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