Leonardo DiCaprio has often faced criticism for his dating history, but his 22-year-old girlfriend, Camila Morrone, sees nothing wrong with it him dating younger women. After all, she's part of that illustrious group. The Argentine-American model and actress previously defended the 23-year gap between her and the 45-year-old Leo on Instagram, and now she's shrugged the whole thing off in an interview with the Los Angeles Time
"There’s so many relationships in Hollywood—and in the history of the world—where people have large age gaps,” she explained. "I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date." It's likely that Morrone gets asked about dating Leo a lot, and she admitted that she "would be curious about it too." Over time, though, she's hopeful people will stop mentioning Leo's name when talking about her.
On Instagram, she previously posted a picture of Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart, who famously had a 25-year gap between their ages. Many were quick to highlight the similarity to Morrone and Leo's relationship, especially with her caption; "A love like this." She denied that was her intention with the post, and instead she said she's a big fan of classic Hollywood.
In recent years, DiCaprio's dating history has come under closer scrutiny. Earlier this year, a chart detailing the age of his romantic interests over time went viral, showing that he has yet to date anyone over 25.