Camila Morrone defends their 23-year age gap, Report

Camila Morrone Leonardo DiCaprio

Camila Morrone Leonardo DiCaprio

Actor Camila Morrone, whose third film Mickey and the Bear released earlier last month, defended her relationship against criticism during a conversation with an worldwide daily.

However, Camila admitted that if she was not in the relationship, "she would probably also be curious about it". So far, Morrone has managed to become a force to be reckoned with in the industry and many are still yet to discover how wonderful she is at what she does.

Leonardo DiCaprio's relationship with actor and model Camila Morrone became the talk of the town due to their age gap. She wants people to date whoever they want to.

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The 22-year-old responded to the controversy surrounding her romance with the 45-year-old actor during an interview with the Los Angeles Times. From Nick Jonas to now Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone. So it appears she's got some acting chops, after all!

'I feel like there should always be an identity besides who you're dating. They've been spotted around the globe together - in NYC, on the West Coast for the Coachella Music Festival and at Cannes, where the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star proudly served as her Instagram boyfriend. However, she was disappointed because she was pressured to lose weight and she even quoted that she was forced to "network with these people and sell a part of my soul to them". Mickey and the Bear is now out in theatres where Camila plays teenager, Mickey Peck. Nonetheless, per the Instances, the actress famous that this merely wasn't the case nor her intention with the . She is unfazed, both of them are least bothered about people.

Meanwhile, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused actor Leonardo DiCaprio of donating $500,000 to a group that Bolsonaro said started the fires in the ecologically sensitive Amazon Forest.

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