Believe it or not, Titanic turns 22 this year. The film, not the boat. But still - how time flies, eh?
Something else that turns 22 this year is Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend Camila Morrone - yup, the model. Which means Leo's other half is the same age as the movie. Let that sink in.
I mean, if there's one thing we know about Leonardo DiCaprio, it's that he's a bloody brilliant actor who waited far too long to win an Oscar. If there are two things we know about Leonardo DiCaprio, it's that he's a bloody brilliant actor that waited for too long to win an Oscar and he's quite fond of super models.
Camila Morrone and the Hollywood star have been dating for around a year. Credit: Instagram/Camila Morrone
his latest girlfriend is certainly no exception. Leo recently whisked her off to Thailand and the pair even made a trip to the very spot that provided the location for his hit movie The Beach.
Leo, 44, and 21-year-old Camila look to be having a fine old time, if the photos posted her to Instagram are anything to go by.
In one snap she shared online, she can be seen on a boat looking out over the cove at Ko Phi Phi Le - a spot made famous following the release of the 1999 movie The Beach.
In fact, it was made so famous that authorities in the area issued a plea to tourists to stop visiting the area. The Maya Bay, in Thailand, is a gorgeous idyllic spot, and the country's National Parks and Wildlife Department is keen to keep it that way.
Last year prominent marine scientist and member of Thailand's National Strategy Committee on Environment Development, Thon Thamrongawasawat, said: "It's like someone who has been working for decades and has never stopped.
"Overworked and tired, all the beauty of the beach is gone. We need a timeout for the beach.
"This would be a good way to start managing our tourist destinations. And we can improve on what we learn after the first year.
The happy couple spent some time in Thailand recently. Credit: Instagram/Camila Morrone
"We know that it's important we manage our resources well. It's not about more numbers of tourists but about sustainable tourism that benefit locals as well."
However, when asked if he believed it was too late to 'save the island', he said 'no' but warned that authorities needed to act soon.
Maybe that's why Leo and Camila are there...? We'll see, I suppose.
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