Leonardo DiCaprio’s Ex Camila Morrone Speaks Out 6 Months After Break-Up

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Camila Morrone has spoken out about how she’s feeling six months post DiCaprio break-up – and damn she feels like a woman!

Camila turned 25 following her very public break-up with iconic actor Leonardo DiCaprio and after six months she’s finally broken her silence saying how she’s “starting to feel like a woman”.

The model turned actor celebrated her 25th birthday in June and noted she’s never learnt as much as she has in that 6 month period of time.

During that time the actress ended her long term relationship and managed to land herself  a role in the newly released Amazon Prime series Daisy Jones And The Six.


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The pair’s relationship was cause for many questionable looks due to the age gap of 23 years between them. They started dating when they were 20 and 43 respectively and continued their romance for five consecutive years ending last summer.

Camila revealed in an interview with The Cut that this year has taught her some important lessons stating: “I’ve never learnt so much as being 25-years-old. I am just starting to feel like a woman, but I also feel little in a lot of senses”.

The acting duo’s break-up last summer confirmed a dating trend the Wolf of Wall Street actor seems to have – a tendency not to date women over 25. They dated for 5 years finally splitting just after Camila’s 25th birthday, coincidence? We think not…

Leo was spotted getting cozy with 19-year-old Israeli model, Eden Polani at the release party for Ebony Riley’s new EP. He was also linked with 23-year-old Victoria Lamas following the break-up.


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Camila decided to use her own experiences to authenticise her character Camila Dunne, in the brand new Netflix show Daisy Jones and The Six based off the best-selling novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid.

The story follows the rise ad fall of a rock band in 1970 fronted by the vivacious Daisy Jones.

When asked about her character she says: “With any character that I play, I try to bring what I know from my real life. That’s the main thing that I learned in acting class, how to tap into moments in your life that were impactful”.