Leonardo DiCaprio was out with his bros on Tuesday night — after being spotted with new love interest Gigi Hadid twice this week.
Spies tell Page Six exclusively that the “Titanic” star, dressed in his signature black baseball cap, was hanging out at chic members-only spot Casa Cipriani.
On Tuesday, however, he was hanging with his crew of pals, we hear, including art dealer Helly Nahmad.
Also at the chic venue were Jared Leto, Carmelo Anthony, heiress Ivy Getty and TikTok star Dixie D’Amelio. Robin Thicke popped in and did a performance in the upper level’s piano room, a source tells us.
DiCaprio, 47, was with Hadid on Monday at the same exclusive spot. The pair were photographed together looking cozy. She had her hand on the “Revenant” star as they appeared deeply engaged in conversation.
On Saturday, DiCaprio and Hadid were also spotted hanging out at a starry bash thrown by DiCaprio’s pal and hospitality guru Richie Akiva and Darren Dzienciol at a loft in Soho.
“Leo was with his guy friends and Gigi was with her model friends and they were all hanging out at a table,” said a spy. The source says the group watched Diplo spin tunes and rapper Kodak Black perform.
A source told Page Six that Hadid and DiCaprio are “mostly hanging out with groups,” adding they’ve gone out “solo a handful of times.”
“[DiCaprio] is not someone who is in and out of relationships,” the source explained. “He doesn’t jump around hooking up. They are taking it slow.”
Rumors began swirling that DiCaprio and Hadid are a item after they were seen hanging out together at the opening of Akiva’s members club, the Ned, back in July.
Another source told Page Six they saw DiCaprio and Hadid hanging out together at the chic private club in August.
Hadid split with singer Zayn Malik in October. The pair share a daughter, Khai. Hadid walked the runway this week for a “Vogue World” fashion show, and just launched her own clothing line, Guest in Residence.
DiCaprio recently split with model Camila Morrone after four years together.
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