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Catch him if you can.
It looks like the block’s new single, Leonardo DiCaprio, is chasing the good times after his split from model Camilla Morrone this week.
The Oscar winner kept a low profile when he arrived at NYC’s exclusive nightclub The Ned NoMad Wednesday night for some midweek fun.
It has been reported that DiCaprio, 47, and Morrone, 25, broke up after four years together. They had not been photographed together since the weekend of July 4.
Sources told Page Six that the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ star partied with a ‘squad’ of models, including some 21- and 23-year-olds.
The actor was dressed all in black when he arrived at the Manhattan members’ club owned by nightlife mogul Richie Akiva.
The Ned NoMad – part of Membership Collective Group, which includes several brands, including Soho House – opened its doors to exclusive members at the end of June.
The property includes Ned’s Club – a luxury private club with access to a rooftop bar and terrace restaurant, as well as 167 bedrooms and a Cecconi’s restaurant.
The luxury building also houses ten restaurants and 250 bedrooms that are available to the public, according to the hotel’s website.
The Hollywood A-lister was spotted making a quick entrance with some friends just days after news of his split came to light.
Page Six has reached out to DiCaprio’s representatives for comment.
This is far from Leo’s first night out on the town after the split.
Sources told Page Six on Tuesday that DiCaprio was out partying every night while his now-ex-girlfriend was on holiday in St. Tropez with her mother.
A scenester source told us, “Leo has been out every night to party…he hangs out with his old crew and some girls.”
The insider said before DiCaprio’s split went public this week: “I thought that was a little weird when… [Camilla] was in St Tropez.”
DiCaprio was also photographed in Malibu during the day, looking slimmer, en route to a party at a friend’s house in the beach town last week.
Alix Breeden contributed to this report.