Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend Camila Morrone enjoyed a day at a secluded beach with friends on Saturday.
It was a fun-filled outing for the VIP group, who found a private spot to hang out and swim during their socially-distanced weekend trip.
Camila, 23, wowed, showing off her stellar bikini body in an itty-bitty, black thong bikini.
Morrone – who met Leo through her stepfather Al Pacino – looked stunning as she paraded her toned legs and full cleavage while wading into the water with a female friend.
Her flirty swimsuit left little to the imagination as she turned around to offer a glimpse of her pert derriere.
It was a rare shirtless sighting for The Revenant actor, 45, who stripped off his shirt to display his bare trunk as he jumped into the ocean.
The low-key couple looked like they were having a great time during their trip to the shore.
Leo and the model/actress have been together since 2017 but only made their red carpet debut during the 2020 Academy Awards.
It was the first time the Wolf of Wall Street star brought a date to the show since bringing his ex girlfriend, Gisele Bundchen in 2005.
According to reports, Camila and Leo have been enjoying the past few months of lockdown together in his Hollywood home. The pair have even adopted a pup together.
‘He is usually very independent, spends lots of time with friends, but because of the lockdown, he has mostly spent time with Camila,’ a source told People in June. ‘He loves being with her.’
‘They are very close,’ the insider went on, adding that Leo seems ‘serious’ about Morrone. ‘Leo has spent 24/7 with Camila for months at his house.’
‘They’re always together, but like maintaining privacy,’ another source told Us Weekly recently. ‘They’re really great for one another and have been enjoying this time together off the grid.’
While they have a 23-year age-gap, that hasn’t seemed to affect the highly private couple.
Camila briefly spoke about the haters who talk about her relationship saying the age-gap didn’t bother her at all.
‘There’s so many relationships in Hollywood—and in the history of the world—where people have large age gaps,’ she told The Los Angeles Times late last year.
‘I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.’