Leonardo Dicaprio played matchmaker for his mum Irmelin Indenbirken, setting her up with her boyfriend of one year.
Leonardo Dicaprio introduced his mother to her new boyfriend.
The 'Great Gatsby' actor played matchmaker to his mum, Irmelin Indenbirken - who split from the star's father, George, when he was just a child - helping her find love by setting her up with her boyfriend of one year, a gentleman named David.
The 38-year-old star - who is rumoured to be dating Victoria's Secret model Toni Garrn - and his mother were spotted enjoying themselves with their respective dates at a Fourth of July party thrown by Madonna's manager, Guy Oseary, last week and the hunky actor was credited with bringing the pair together.
A guest who had quizzed David about his relationship with Irmelin told the New York Post newspaper: ''He said Leo and his [own] daughter, the wife of a Black Keys band member, set them up on a blind date and they've been together ever since.''
Despite the generational double date, Leonardo - who often takes his mother along with him to Hollywood events - was said to be smitten with his own date at the party, which took place in Nobu restaurant, located in Malibu, California.
The source added: ''While Leo was proud to introduce his mum to everyone, he was getting down on the dance floor canoodling with Garrn, while mom danced with her boyfriend.''
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