Mystery Date: Leonardo DiCaprio Spotted With 19Yr Old At Release Party In LA Amid New Romance with Victoria Lamas, 23

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Who's Leonardo DiCaprio's new gal pal?
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When it comes to dating, fans have noticed that Leonardo DiCaprio has a pattern. His more recent string of romances has been with women in their early to mid-twenties, and his current girlfriend Victoria Lamas, 23, is no exception. The 48-year-old, who is 25 years Lamas' senior, was recently spotted getting close to another -- and even younger -- woman.

On Tuesday, while in attendance at the release party for Ebony Riley's new EP, DiCaprio was spotted without his GF, but with a new woman.

The Pair Were Photographed At The Event, Which Took Place Tuesday Night.

DiCaprio was spotted with Polani on Saturday.
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Dressed in his casual outfit -- including a black hat, black jacket, and black shirt, the Oscar winner was all smiles sitting next to a mystery woman who was notably not Lamas.

The Woman Is, In Fact, Eden Polani

The Israeli model is 19 years old and boasts nearly 200k followers on Instagram.

Polani Is Quite A Few Years Younger Than DiCaprio

At 19, Polani is several years younger than DiCaprio's current girlfriend, and nearly two decades younger than DiCaprio himself.

Given DiCaprio's Dating History, Polani Fits Right In.

It's pretty clear to most people that DiCaprio has a type. Nearly all of the women he has dated in the past decade have been 25 or under. This includes Victoria Lamas, who is still just 23.

DiCaprio's Most Recent Relationship Before Lamas Also Followed The Pattern

Camila Morrone, who had been linked with DiCaprio for four years, had just turned 25 when the two split in the summer of 2022.

This Recent Outing Follows The News That 'Titanic' Will Be Hitting Theaters Once Again

Titanic is one of the highest grossing films of all time.

Last month, James Cameron announced that his hit film, 1997's Titanic, is coming back to theaters on February 10th. The film is one of DiCaprio's earliest roles and the role that arguably propelled him into the public eye.

Yet, According To Cameron, DiCaprio Was Reluctant To Take On The Role.

More than 25 years later, Titanic is regarded as a timeless classic.

"He didn't want to do a leading man," Cameron said in an interview with PEOPLE. "I had to really twist his arm to be in the movie. He didn't want to do it. He thought it was boring."

Cameron Added That He Eventually Talked DiCaprio Into It

DiCaprio and Winslet's careers took off after Titanic.

The acclaimed director, 68, recalled having to convince DiCaprio that the role of Jack was actually quite challenging, which convinced the young actor to give it a chance.

Cameron Also 'Never Doubted' DiCaprio's Talent

James Cameron states that he never doubted DiCaprio's talent.

"It didn't surprise me, first of all, that he's made a lot of authentic choices going forward. And secondly, I never doubted his talent," he said.

h/t Daily Mail