Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio’s family and friends are urging them to consider dating.
According to Woman’s Day, everyone in Kate Winslet and DiCaprio’s circle notices their palpable chemistry. And they’re still waiting for the day when the Titanic co-stars will confirm that they’re dating.
“So many people close to Kate and Leo – including his mom – wish they’d give in to their obvious chemistry and give the romance a red hot go. Sadly, it’s never worked out, mainly due to them not being single at the same time,” the source said.
DiCaprio is dating his model girlfriend, Camila Morrone. Winslet, on the other hand, has been married to Edward Abel Smith since 2012.
Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio gush over each other
But even though DiCaprio and Winslet cannot date each other, this never stopped them from professing their love for one another.
During her interview with Rolling Stone, Winslet revealed that she and DiCaprio talked about anything and everything while on the set of Titanic.
In 2009, Winslet accepted her Golden Globes, and she mentioned DiCaprio in her speech.
“Leo, I am so happy that I can stand here and tell you how much I love you and how much I’ve loved you for 13 years. I love you with all my heart, I really do,” she said.
Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio friends for keeps
Today, Kate Winslet and DiCaprio are still good friends. Even though they are both in their respective relationships, the tabloid claimed that they talk to each other regularly.
“No matter where they are in the world, they’ll always make time for each other. They talk all the time. When Leo has a relationship drama, good or bad, he’s usually straight on the phone with Kate. He values her opinion second only to his mom Irene’s, which has caused friction,” the source said.
Friends not forcing them to date
And even though Winslet and DiCaprio’s friendship, allegedly, causes tension between the latter on Morrone, he won’t ever give it up.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. Kate Winslet and DiCaprio are nothing more than friends. And the people in their circle aren’t forcing them to date.
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