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Leonardo DiCaprio seems to comfort Camila Morrone on the beach

Maybe some people don’t enjoy long walks on the beach?

Camila Morrone appeared visibly upset during a walk in the sand in Malibu with boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio over the weekend.

Paparazzi walked away as the makeup-free model, 27, and the sunglasses-wearing actor, 47, walked side by side along the shore, both barefoot.

During what appeared to be a tense discussion with DiCaprio, Morrone was seen making a puckered facial expression and a big hand gesture. The ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ star appeared to be listening intently while keeping his gaze on the floor.

For another moment, the two were seen holding hands and looking at each other.

Leonardo DiCaprio seems to comfort Camila Morrone on the beach
The model spoke emotionally with her hands, while the actor looked down and listened intently.

The Oscar-winning actor then faced his seemingly upset partner and leaned in for a comforting kiss on the forehead. Her arms rested gently on his shoulders as she stood facing his chest with her arms at his sides.

DiCaprio and Morrone both opted for baggy, muted-colored clothes for the outing. She wore a beige crew-neck sweater over a translucent kaftan blanket, while he paired his beige drawstring shorts with a plain white T-shirt.

The model finished off her casual look with a white choker, and the actor topped off his with a backward-facing baseball cap.

Leonardo DiCaprio seems to comfort Camila Morrone on the beach
The two were seen holding hands before DiCaprio gave Morrone a comforting kiss on his forehead.

The two seemed to be in a better mood the last time the dads spotted them at the beach.

Earlier this year, DiCaprio and Morrone couldn’t help but touch when they were photographed smiling and even kissing in the crystal clear waters of St. Barths.

Reps for the couple — who have been dating since 2017 — have yet to respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

New York Post

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