Leonardo DiCaprio has 'split' with girlfriend Camilla Morrone months after she turned 25
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Camilla Morrone are no longer together.
It has become such a well-known pattern of behaviour for the The Wolf Of Wall Street star that someone on Reddit made a chart of Leo's dating life to demonstrate how often it actually occurs.
The chart prompted jokes and faux concern for Morrone, with the online community joking that she may be kicked to the curb for a younger woman.
But now it seems that exactly what we all feared has come true.
In an Instagram post shared on June 16, she wrote: "One quarter century down. Thank you to everyone sending me b’day love. Smiles from sunny Minnesota."
Between all the birthday best wishes, numerous commenters took the opportunity to express their 'concern' for her, with one writing: "I’m sure your relationship was fun while it lasted."
It was a similar story over on Twitter where one user shared a montage of the pair alongside the caption: "It's the final countdown."
The tweet received over 27.8k likes, 3,000 retweets and dozens of comments from people joking about the potential end of their relationship.
"Happy Birthday sweetie!!! It’s time for us to break up," wrote one, while another quipped, "Leo treating these lil girls like running backs asking for their 2nd contract."
"My thoughts and prayers are with her," said a third, with a fourth adding: "Not him dating girls born the year Titanic came out."
One guy even shared the Leo dating chart, writing: "If they make it one more year it will be both his longest relationship, and she will be the first 26 year old he has dated."
The Great Gatsby actor and his now ex-girlfriend were last photographed together over the Fourth of July weekend at a beach in Malibu.
This month Morrone was spotted in St. Tropez with her mother while DiCaprio remained in Los Angeles.
"I feel like there should always be an identity besides who you're dating," she said.
"I understand the association, but I'm confident that will continue to slip away and be less of a conversation."