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Leonardo DiCaprio seals Nina Agdal romance with a kiss

Published 15/07/2016

Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio

The couple's public display of affection is the first confirmation of its budding romance.

Leonardo DiCaprio has confirmed his romance with model Nina Agdal by sharing a passionate kiss during a beach date in Malibu, California.

The Oscar winner, who is known for his penchant for runway beauties, was recently reported to have embarked on a low-key romance with the Victoria's Secret star, and on Thursday (14Jul16), he went public with his new girlfriend by locking lips with Adam Levine's ex-girlfriend while relaxing in the sun.

In photos published on, a topless Leonardo is pictured leaning forward to kiss the bikini-clad stunner, who runs her fingers through his hair as she lays on her back in the sand.

The public display of affection took place just a week after their secret relationship hit headlines, amid claims they had started quietly dating in May (16). According to Us Weekly, they enjoyed vacations in Montauk, New York, and the Bahamas in June (16), but a source close to the Hollywood bachelor insisted the romance was "supercasual".

Leonardo, 41, was most recently linked to another Victoria's Secret beauty, Chelsey Weimar, while he previously romanced Kelly Rohrbach, Toni Garrn, Erin Heatherton, Blake Lively, and Anne Vyalitsyna, another of rocker Levine's exes.

The Revenant star, who also had long-term relationships with Bar Refaeli and Gisele Bundchen, has also been keeping fans guessing about the nature of his friendship with Rihanna, who he began hanging out with last year (15). They reignited dating rumours in April (16), when they were spotted partying together at the Coachella music festival in California.

Agdal, meanwhile, is no stranger to high-profile romances - the 24-year-old famously dated Maroon 5 frontman Levine in 2013, before he reunited with his now-wife Behati Prinsloo, and she also stepped out with British pop star Max George of The Wanted.

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