Leonardo DiCaprio with Natasha Poonawalla in London after friend’s wedding

Author: Yuvi February 26, 2022

Leonardo DiCaprio spotted with Natasha Poonawalla in London after friend's wedding


New Delhi: Hollywood megastar Leonardo DiCaprio was seen hanging out with Indian businessman Natasha Poonawalla in London when they met at a friend’s star-studded wedding ceremony.

Several pictures of DiCaprio socializing with Natasha Poonawalla, executive director of Serum Institute of India, are going viral on the internet.

The photos were clicked by the shutterbugs when DiCaprio was in London to celebrate the wedding of British Vogue editor Edward Enninful and Alec Maxwellsen, who tied the knot earlier this week.

The “Don’t Look Up” star and Natasha Poonawalla were among several other A-listers, including model Naomi Campbell and actor Orlando Bloom, who were present at the Chelsea restaurant.

For the uninformed, Natasha is the wife of Adar Poonawalla, CEO of Serum Institute of India. At the same time, DiCaprio is currently dating model-actor Camila Morrone.

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