​Leonardo DiCaprio Parties At Coachella And Proves He Isn't A Master Of Disguise

It'd be pretty amazing to be someone like Leonardo DiCaprio, who's not only starred in some of the biggest films of all time but is also always seen to be living the high life - dating models, running around topless with a super soaker, that sort of thing.

However, at the same time, he has one of the world's most famous faces, making it pretty tough to just nip out to the corner shop to grab some bread without getting papped - or swan off to Coachella, in this instance.

That must be why he rocked up to the American music festival with his hood pulled over his face, wearing some (wacky) sunnies. Nice try, but he wasn't getting past any of us, unfortunately. All he was missing was a big false 'tache.

He was also photographed looking cosy with new love interest Camila Morrone, who was seen feeding him a snack while looking lovingly at him.

Credit: Backgrid
Credit: Backgrid

Twenty three years his junior, Argentinian-Miami native Morrone is an IMG model. She also made her acting debut in James Franco's biopic film Bukowski, and will feature in forthcoming Bruce Willis flick Death Wish.

The fact that Leo is dating a model comes as no surprise to anyone, of course, considering he's a man who has a thing for models. Like, a huge, huge thing for models.

Throughout his career, the 43-year-old has been linked with an absolute shedload of models, with one of his most high-profile girlfriends including Gisele Bündchen, who he dated for five years until 2005.

There's also Gisele's fellow Victoria's Secret model, Bar Refaeli, who he was with on and off between 2005 and 2011. And that's not even the half of it.

All this model-dating must be pretty tiring for Leo, so it's a good job that this year's Coachella features its very own 'Mom's Spaghetti' pop-up diner so that he can get some sustenance.

That's right, after Eminem launched a successful pop-up of the same name last year in Detroit, he's brought it out onto the festival circuit to give fans a second helping.

His Coachella pop-up has decent prices, according to the LA Times, which says that for $9 (£6.32) you can grab yourself a portion of pasta. You can add meatballs for an additional $2 (£1.40) or tuck into a s'ghetti sandwich for $11 (£7.72) - spaghetti, sauce and mozzarella between a couple of slices of garlic bread.

We really, really hope Camila was feeding Leo a s'ghetti sandwich. That would be ace.

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Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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