“They see each other all the time”: How Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone co-parent after breakup

They see each other frequently because they share custody of their dog

Despite their breakup last summer, Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone have managed to maintain a great relationship when it comes to co-parenting their beloved husky, Sally. A source close to the couple told DailyMail that they are still in contact and on good terms. They see each other frequently because they share custody of their dog.

The couple fostered two huskies during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020 and later adopted Sally in 2021, after rehoming Jack. Leo, who is known for his love of animals, is particularly protective of his pets. In fact, during an interview promoting his film ‘Don’t Look Up’, Jennifer Lawrence shared a story about how he once jumped into a frozen lake to save one of his dogs.

Camila and Leo had been together for five years before ending their relationship one month after her 25th birthday. Rumors about their romance began in 2018, and following the split, Leo was seen on a yacht with a 23-year-old Ukrainian model named Maria Bergova in St. Tropez.

Jack, the other husky, was eventually adopted by a couple in Los Angeles, and the new owner recalled an awkward moment when she mistook Camila for Leo’s daughter. She described seeing a man with a dad bod and a cap on, who appeared to be in his 40s or 50s, and assumed he was Camila’s father. However, when she asked Camila about it, she corrected her and said that he was actually her boyfriend.

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