Saturday 20 December 2014

Leonardo DiCaprio 'smitten' with Victoria's Secret model girlfriend Toni Garn

Published 22/01/2014 | 15:47

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 13:  Model Toni Garrn attends the after party for the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show at TAO Downtown on November 13, 2013 in New York City.  (Photo by Taylor Hill/FilmMagic)
Model Toni Garrn a
Leonardo DiCaprio
Model Toni Garrn walks the runway during the 2012 Victoria's Secret fashion show

Leonardo DiCaprio seems "smitten" with Toni Garrn.

The pair were spotted out at Beverly Hills restaurant Hakkasan, where they knocked back cocktails and enjoyed the Cantonese food served at the celebrity hotspot.

Leonardo and German model Toni were first romantically linked in May last year, and cemented their relationship at this year's Golden Globe Awards when they openly kissed in front of onlookers.

On Saturday they enjoyed their romantic date, which one source described as "low-key".

"[Leonardo] stayed out of the spotlight," the insider continued to people.com.

"He was smitten with Toni, as they sipped on the restaurant's Hakka cocktails and shared jasmine tea smoked pork short ribs and stir-fry mushroom lettuce wraps."

It wasn't a date for two though, as the lovebirds were also joined by a group of friends.

"The group socialised, exiting the venue sometime after midnight," added the source.

Toni is a regular on the Victoria's Secret catwalk, and the 21-year-old is the fourth of the lingerie brand's Angels that Leonardo has dated.

Currently starring in The Wolf of Wall Street, Leonardo is enjoying a busy awards season.

He's already scooped the best actor Golden Globe Award and is nominated for a best actor Oscar and BAFTA.

The film is up for four further Oscars, including Best Motion Picture.

The 39-year-old is yet to scoop an Academy Award, despite being nominated four times. Past nods have been for Blood Diamond, The Aviator and What's Eating Gilbert Grape.

Leonardo's The Wolf of Wall Street co-star Jonah Hill recently revealed he took minimum pay for his role in the movie, as working with Martin Scorsese meant more to him than money.

He told Howard Stern that his wage was $60,000 for the nearly seven-month shoot.

"They gave me the lowest amount of money possible; that was their offer. I said, 'I will sign the paper tonight. Fax me the papers tonight. I want to sign them tonight before they change their mind.' I said, 'I want to sign them before I go to sleep tonight so they legally can't change their mind,'" he confessed.

"It's not about money for me. None of this sh*t is about money. I want to make money to pay my rent, and hopefully have a family one day and have kids and stuff."

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