Out of sight, out of mind? Leonardo DiCaprio hasn't spent much time with Camila Morrone while he's been filming Don't Look Up! in Boston, and the separation seems to be taking a toll on their relationship.
"It's well-known that when Leo gets into character, he's so focused that he shuts out everything and everyone else," an OK! source says of the actor, who was spotted hard at work on the set with co-star Jennifer Lawrence on January 20.
DiCaprio, 46, and Morrone, 23, "still talk all the time, but they're getting more cranky and reckless with the things they say to each other," adds the source, noting that the distance is "grinding them down" emotionally and physically. "They've been solid for three years, but if Leo and Camila don't get some decent couples time soon, they could be in trouble."
The two have been romantically linked since 2017, but have managed to keep things quiet about their relationship. They first made their public appearance as a couple during the ceremony of the 2020 Academy Awards. They didn't walk the red carpet together but instead chose to sit next to each other in the front row at the Dolby Theater, where the event took place.
As far as their age-gap is concerned, Morrone is okay with it. "There's so many relationships in Hollywood — and in the history of the world — where people have large age gaps," she's told of her relationship with the Wolf of Wall Street actor to The Los Angeles Times. "I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date."
Morrone knows what she's getting herself in to when it comes to Hollywood and big stars. Her mother, Lucila Sola, dated Hollywood veteran Al Pacino in 2011, and Morrone thinks of Pacino as a stepfather figure.
"I was fortunate in the sense that I grew up in Hollywood, so I feel like I saw a lot of that and I was exposed to that at a very young age," Camila told ET in 2019, adding that she didn't feel too overwhelmed by it considering the fact that her parents were actors.