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Leonardo DiCaprio keeps a low profile while leaving the restaurant Acme for club Zero Bond in NYC
Leonardo DiCaprio kept a low profile while leaving a restaurant in New York City on Sunday. The 47-year-old actor wore a navy blue blazer over a matching shirt and charcoal gray slacks. He walked in a pair of gray sneakers and pulled an all black New York Yankees cap low over his face.  Low key: Leonardo DiCaprio kept a low profile while leaving a restaurant in New York City on SundayThe Titanic actor wore a face covering to protect himself from COVID-19, and he accessorized with a thin gold chain.  He was leaving the restaurant Acme to head to the Amsterdam afterparty at the club Zero Bond. Amsterdam is an upcoming film which centers around 'three friends who witness a murder, become suspects themselves, and uncover one of the most outrageous plots in American history,' according to the film's IMDb page.  Comfy shoes: He walked down the street in a pair of gray sneakers Identity obscured: Leonardo pulled an all black New York Yankees cap low over his face Face covering: The Titanic actor wore a face covering to protect himself from COVID-19 Big party: He was leaving the restaurant Acme to head to the Amsterdam afterparty at the club Zero BondDiCaprio's appearance out came just a few days after the star was spotted with Gigi Hadid at a New York City hotspot.The Inception actor was pictured with the 27-year-old model for the first time since news of their reported romance broke, in exclusive photos obtained by DailyMail.com.The pairing appears to be the first time the Oscar winner has ever dated a woman older than 25, and Gigi would also be the first woman he has dated who is a mother.Photos snapped at the exclusive party, which was thrown at Casa Cipriani by Leo's friends Richie Akiva and Darren Dzienciol in Manhattan's
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Jane Seymour, 71, emotionally details 'conversation I shared with Queen' after her death
Jane Seymour, 71, lamented to her 263,000 followers that the world had lost a "great Sovereign", while TV reports described the Queen as the "most famous woman in the world".She then wrote a tribute capturing the poignant moment when she shook the hand of the woman so beloved by the nation.The vintage black and white photo featured the immaculately coiffured, diamond-covered Queen outstretching a hand while grinning broadly at the former Bond Girl."The World has lost a great woman and a great Sovereign," Jane exclaimed passionately in her post."Queen Elizabeth’s impact as a leader and a humanitarian has influenced so many generations around the world."Her selflessness and sense of public duty will never be mirrored."She added proudly: "I had the privilege of being presented to Queen Elizabeth on a number of occasions, but my proudest moment was receiving my OBE honour at the Palace and the conversation we shared at that time.Finally, she concluded: "I’m deeply and profoundly saddened by her loss."Jane, who is known for her starring role in Bond action movie Live and Let Die, had previously spoken of the importance of sharing grief with others.She told the Mail Online: "My mother always used to tell us that when something bad happens, your natural instinct will be to close off your heart."She then cautioned against it, saying that those who didn't "reach out" about loss would see the pain continue to go "round and round" within them.Therefore, it was within just minutes of the Queen's death that Jane wrote her emotional Instagram tribute to the woman who had made such a monumental mark on her career.More to follow....
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