Leonardo DiCaprio throws party for girlfriend Camila Morrone's 23rd birthday

Leonardo DiCaprio threw girlfriend Camila Morrone the most lavish birthday party, proving he’s total boyfriend goals.

The Titanic actor wasn’t about to let lockdown get in the way of his girlfriend turning 23, and made sure she saw her big day in in style.

In pictures obtained by Page Six, the lovebirds could be seen boarding a yacht docked at Marina Del Rey in LA, alongside some famous pals.

The birthday girl was all smiles as she rocked a denim dress, underneath a huge cowboy hat.

While 45-year-old Leonardo went for a more casual look, donning a grey hoodie and grey jeans for the bash, donning a face mask.

He copied Camila’s lead, adding a cowboy hat to his outfit.

The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev joined them on the luxury boat, joined by beau Olympic snowboarder Shaun White, as well as Lukas Haas and Kevin Connolly.

Thanks for the invite, huns.

According to the publication, they set sail on the super yacht at around 11am, and returned back four hours later.

The lovebirds have been together for two years, first sparking dating rumours back in December, 2017.

Despite Leo typically keeping his love life very private,  the pair made their romance public at the Oscars earlier this year.

Which is a pretty big deal.

Their relationship has raised eyebrows around the world due to their 22-year age-gap – but Camila isn’t fussed about the speculation.

‘There’s so many relationships in Hollywood — and in the history of the world — where people have large age gaps,’ she told LA Times in a candid chat. 

‘I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.’

The actress, whose stepfather is Al Pacino, also wants to get out of her boyfriend’s very famous shadow and be known in her own right.

Speaking about the rave reviews she earned for her stint in Mickey And The Bear, she added: ‘I think more and more now that people are seeing the film, I’m slowly getting an identity outside of that. Which is frustrating, because I feel like there should always be an identity besides who you’re dating.

‘I understand the association, but I’m confident that will continue to slip away and be less of a conversation.’

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