And Leonardo Di Caprio swapped Hollywood for a holiday when he joined Camila Morrone and his mum Irmelin Indenbirken at Villa D’Este, in Lake Como on Monday.
The actor, 44, pulled the hood of his zipper jacket over his baseball cap as he ensured he shielded his head from the sunshine while his love, 22, stood just behind him examining the photos they had taken together.
Catch Me If You Can! Leonardo Di Caprio, 44, and his girlfriend Camila Morrone, 22, posed for VERY cosy snap as they enjoyed a day out with actor’s mum at Villa D’ Este in Lake Como on Monday
Love story: Posed for one snap, the couple put on an amorous display as Camila slid her arm around Leonardo’s waistline while he rested his arm on her shoulder
As well as taking their own snaps of the scenery, the lovebirds had asked a friend to step in and capture their love on camera.
Posed for one snap, the couple put on an amorous display as Camila slid her arm around Leonardo’s waistline while he rested his arm on her shoulder.
Leonardo also proved every inch the Instagram-worthy boyfriend when he got behind the camera to snap a montage of pictures of his beloved.
Admiring: They enjoyed the idyllic views Villa D’Este had to offer in the lovely company of Leonardo’s mum Irmelin
Look of love: The brunette looked lovingly on the actor as he admired the scenery around them
Camila looked stunning in a white summery dress which was gathered in at the waist with a ruffled bodice and featured a pleated skirt.
They enjoyed the idyllic views Villa D’Este had to offer in the lovely company of Leonardo’s mum Irmelin.
Villa D’Este is one of the most celebrated five-star resorts in the world that attracts a whole galaxy of stars every year since it’s opening in 1873.
Playing tourist! As well as taking their own snaps of the scenery, the lovebirds had asked a friend to step in and capture their love on camera
After finishing his promotional trail for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Leonardo flew over to Italy to join the slew of stars at the formerly top secret Google Camp.
Oprah Winfrey and Bradley Cooper joined Leonardo in leading the stars at the climate change conference.
Google Camp sees the the world’s most influential people gather in Sicily for an annual three-day event where they debate very important global issues.
Another one! Camila then lifted her summery white dress up to reveal her legs and her heels while Leonardo captured it on camera
Oh hey poser: The model tilted her head back and placed her hand in her head while she modeled up a storm
This year’s focus was on climate change, however, the stars have faced huge backlash in the wake of their arrival to the event.
Stars have faced ridicule and accusations of hypocrisy for meeting in Italy to save the planet while leaving a huge carbon footprint of their own.
The tech giant spent an estimated $20million on an extravagant climate change bash for a host of A-list celebrities this week, flying hundreds of guests across the world and treating them to three days of luxury at a Sicilian seaside resort.
Casual vibe: The actor, 44, pulled the hood of his zipper jacket over his baseball cap as he ensured he shielded his head from the sunshine
It’s reported that up to 114 fuel-guzzling private jets were used to get the world’s elite to the destination.
Prince Harry is reported to have given a barefoot speech about saving the planet at the event but Buckingham Palace have refused to confirm his attendance or whether he travelled via private jet.
The 300 guests at the secretive camp, who also included Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom, mingled on $400million mega-yachts and cruised around Sicily in $200,000 cars.
Relaxed: The Oscar winner checked out the photographs he had taken on his phone
Happy together: Leonardo spent some quality time with his mother as she joined the lovebirds on their romantic tour of Italy
They watched Coldplay’s Chris Martin perform in ancient ruins which cost another $100,000 to rent, even before the show was put on.
Google picked up the tab for their flights, accommodation and entertainment during the three-day ‘Google Camp’, sending the costs spiraling.
BBC presenter Andrew Neil was among those to point out the irony, saying: ‘Scores of celebrities and the rich have arrived in Sicily for a Google conference.
Man for the job! The actor turned into a photographer as he snapped a number of pictures on his mobile phone
Group shot! Leonardo got behind the camera once again when he took a picture of Camila with their friends against the backdrop of the five-star resort
‘They came in 114 private jets and a flotilla of super yachts. The conference is on global warming.’
Sources told Page Six that the total cost of the Google-funded showpiece would run to around $20million.
The combined carbon footprint of dozens of flights from Google’s Los Angeles base to the Verdura resort would also come to around 780 tonnes of C02, although it is not clear where all the guests travelled from.
Exploring: The couple made the most of their day out as they ensured they captured all of the location on camera
Hard work: After finishing his promotional trail for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Leonardo flew over to Italy to join the slew of stars at the formerly top secret Google Camp
Peaceful: Now he swapped Hollywood for a holiday when he joined Camila and his mum Irmelin at Villa D’Este