We know, you've heard this one before:
Leonardo DiCaprio is dating a model in her early 20s, and those closest to the actor are really hoping she's the one, because they're sick of making small talk with a different college sophomore every Thanksgiving.
But believe it or not, things might really be different this time around.
DiCaprio is dating Camila Morrone, and his friends apparently think he's ready to settle down.
And they swear it's not just wishful thinking and the hope that they won't have to listen to another anonymous blonde explain who the Chainsmokers are at Christmas.
“Everyone is saying that marriage could be soon for them," a source close Leo tells Us Weekly.
“They’ve talked about getting engaged,” the insider says, noting that Dicaprio is “ready to have kids.”
For most 43-year-old guys, it would be hilariously presumptuous of them to assume that their 21-year-old girlfriend is suddenly ready to have kids just because they suddenly decided it's time.
But this is DiCaprio we're talking about.
He's been the White Whale for thirsty Instagram model-types since way before Instagram existed.
If you're an adult under the age of 40, and you've spent any time in Los Angeles in the past 20 years, you have had sex with Leonardo DiCaprio.
It sounds crazy, but it's a proven fact, folks.
Do with that information what you will.
In all seriousness, there's been talk of Leo settling down with Camila from the very start of their relationship, which is unusual, to say the least.
But apparently, Camila is not Leo's typical flavor of the month.
For one thing, she's not blonde, which is a major departure from Leo's usual M.O.
More importantly, it seems Leo has met his match in terms of a partner who's worldly, well-educated, and passionate about the important issues.
Friends of Leo's say Camila challenges him, and from the very start, he's taken her more seriously than his previous conquests.
So who knows?
Maybe Leo is really doing some ring shopping this holiday season.
But it's just as likely his friends will be nodding off in their eggnog as a UCLA communications major explains to them that Halsey is the most important artist of the 21st century.