Leonardo DiCaprio Spotted with New Romance: Meet Model Eden Polani
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It seems that the hearts of many have been broken, as Hollywood's leading man Leonardo DiCaprio has been spotted in the company of a new love interest. The actor was seen in the company of 19-year-old model Eden Polani, at a party in Los Angeles organized by singer Ebony Riley in celebration of the release of her debut album.
The duo was reportedly intimate, leading many to speculate about the nature of their relationship. It had previously been rumored that DiCaprio was involved with 23-year-old model Victoria Lamas, but it appears that this relationship has come to an end.
Young and Beautiful: A Look at Eden Polani
Eden Polani, an Israeli model with a growing social media following of nearly 200,000 on Instagram, has caught the attention of the media and the public with her striking resemblance to DiCaprio's previous rumored flame, Victoria Lamas.
At the party, she was noticed for her impeccable fashion sense, appearing in a striking striped suit paired with a white blouse. Polani has been linked in the past to the 32-year-old son of billionaire Gil Ofer, but it appears that her heart has now been captured by the Academy Award-winning actor.
According to foreign media, their relationship was kept under wraps due to her being underage at the time. In December of last year, the actor was seen multiple times with 23-year-old actress, Victoria Lamas, leading sources to report that they were in a relationship.
However, it appears that their love story has come to an end, and the two were not publicly announcing their relationship.
Titanic and Beyond
DiCaprio has been a leading figure in the film industry, having starred in some of the biggest box office hits, including Titanic.
Director James Cameron recently revealed that he had to "twist" DiCaprio's arm to get him to agree to play the leading man in Titanic, as DiCaprio initially thought the role was boring. Cameron added that he couldn't imagine the movie working with anyone else but DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
"He thought it was boring. [He] accepted the part only when I convinced him that it was actually a different challenge," said Cameron. "I think about casting Leonardo and Kate in Titanic. Leo, the studio didn't want him; I had to fight for him.
Kate really liked him. And then Leonardo decided he didn't want to make the movie. So then I had to talk him into it," added Cameron.