Leonardo DiCaprio's Beach House Used To Be Filled With 'Titanic' Memorabilia

When I tell you Titanic is my favorite movie, I mean that with every fiber of my being. There are few things that make me feel anythting anymore, and Titanic is still a movie I can cry at.

Another thing to love about Titanic is how much the cast loves the film. They know how important their work is and they appreciate it just as much as we do — which is so cool!

Now, it has been revealed that Leonardo DiCaprio's apartment was once FILLED with Titanic memorabilia and honestly, I couldn't love a fact anymore.

*Titanic* is one of those movies that everyone loves. It's just a fact of life.

The characters, the dialogue, the PLOT, and the set are enough to transport the viewers onto the Titanic's maiden voyage back in April 1912.

I can recite Jack's dinner toast word for word and yes, it's pathetic and yes it's something I'm proud of.

Now, fans of the film have just learned a very important tidbit of information.

As it turns out, Leonardo DiCaprio has just as much love for the film as we do! How do we know this? Well by good ol' word of mouth, of course!

Flipping Out star Megan Weaver told fans the inside scoop while chatting on David Yontef's podcast, Behind The Velvet Rope.

As it turns out, Megan used to work for Leonardo, and his mother once let her and her boyfriend stay at his house on Carbon "Billionaires" Beach for a weekend.

"And we walked in and you walk into this beach house and everything was Titanic - Titanic towels, Titanic poster, Titanic, you know, everywhere,'" Megan recalled, according to The Daily Mail.

"And so he did look at me and he was like, "Is this Leo's house?" Yes. That's Leo's house. So that was, that was pretty amazing. I don't think that's something he would do now, but back then, and again, this was [the] nineties..."

"I think the film wasn't even that old," she continued.

And so, yeah. And it was also not his main house. It was, you know, and he hardly went there. So I think they, it was probably his mom who did it, but it was a dead giveaway."

Aw, that is so dear! I know I'd do the same thing if my son was an international superstar!

Megan added: "I remember it was the best bed I've ever slept in, in my life."

"I had to like, look at the mattress and see what kind of mattress it was. No, everything was very tasteful, but there were like dead giveaways with the Titanic towels and robes and the poster of Leo and yeah. So that was pretty fun."

What a total dream come true that would be for me! I can't promise I wouldn't try to steal one of those Titanic robes, though...

h/t: Daily Mail