Leonardo DiCaprio has a new girlfriend. After Gisele Bündchen, Bar Refaeli and Camila Morrone, Maria Beregova, 22 year-old, is his new girlfriend. Some curiosities about Maria Beregova. One clue that seems to confirm the story between Leonardo DiCaprio and Maria Beregova is that she responded to a comment that was made under a photo of her.
She wrote to her: “You only have two years left before you get too old!” obviously referring to the rule of 25 of leo. She replied: “Technically I have three left!”
Recall that Leonardo DiCaprio will turn 48 on 11 November.
Maria practices yoga every morning: “Recharge and meditate every day, our mental health is important and needs as much attention and work as our body. Always take some time in the morning to collect and free your thoughts from the rest of the world.
Finding peace of mind is truly the best feeling.” Among the sports practiced, also skiing and free body exercises. Maria Beregova is already divorced. She was married to a 30-year-old Libyan businessman, Ahmed Masoud Abdelhafid, owner of a real estate empire based in Munich and whose grandfather was a trusted man of Muammar Gaddafi.
She used her husband’s surname for a while, then, just this summer, she started using her maiden name again. Maria left her country to study in a boarding school in Switzerland while now she lives in London and continues to study to become an entrepreneur and run her family’s pharmaceutical company.
In her Instagram account you can see how she loves to travel a lot by helicopter or private plane, to very luxurious places. Leonardo DiCaprio gained international fame in 1997 by starring in James Cameron’s Titanic, opposite Kate Winslet.
Throughout his career he has collaborated with directors such as James Cameron, Baz Luhrmann, Danny Boyle, Clint Eastwood, Christopher Nolan, Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott, Sam Mendes, Sam Raimi, Woody Allen, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Quentin Tarantino and especially with Martin Scorsese, with whom he has formed a professional partnership since 2002, considering him his mentor.
In 2016 he won the Oscar for Best Actor for his portrayal of Hugh Glass in Iñárritu’s Revenant. Other accolades also include seven Academy Award nominations, three Golden Globes out of thirteen nominations, one Screen Actors Guild Award out of twelve nominations, one BAFTA out of six nominations and two Critics Choice Awards out of eight nominations.
In 2014 he was named Messenger of Peace by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, while in 2016 he was included by Time magazine in first place among the 100 most influential people on the planet, in the icon category.