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Wednesday, September 6, 2023

PHOTOS: Dating rumors spark as Leonardo DiCaprio and Vittoria Ceretti were seen making out in Ibiza

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Dating rumors spark as Leonardo DiCaprio and Vittoria Ceretti were seen making out in Ibiza.

The A-list actor, 48, and the Italian model, 25, were spotted gazing lovingly into each others eyes before they locked lips while partying at the raucous venue until 4:30am. 

Vittoria, who is 23 years younger than Leonardo, looked incredible for the evening in a gold strapless dress.

The beauty, who has modelled for the likes of Alexander McQueen and Versace, wore her brunette locks in a ponytail for the evening. 

Leonardo was dressed in his typically casual attire of a black T-shirt and a matching cap as he got cosy with the model.

They were also spotted going for an afternoon ice-cream date with each other in Santa Barbara at the end of August.

The Balenciaga brand ambassador seems to be well acquainted with a few members of Leonardo's inner-circle this summer including Fusion Model Neelam Kaur Gill and DNA Model Meghan Roche.

When Vittoria shared a sultry Instagram slideshow on June 24, the former child star's alleged on/off flame - IMG Model Gigi Hadid - commented: 'Omg!'

Vittoira seems to be separated from her husband, Tales of Us DJ Matteo Milleri.

The brunette catwalker hasn't been pictured with the New York-born Italian 35-year-old - whom she previously gushed was 'the love of her life' - since December 29.

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