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Robyn Lawley reveals why meeting Leonardo DiCaprio left her disappointed

Aussie model Robyn Lawley reveals why meeting Leonardo DiCaprio at a party left her disappointed

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Robyn Lawley has recalled the moment she stopped having a crush on Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio.

The Australian model, 33, told the Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday that she was a big fan of the Titanic actor up until a few years ago. 

‘My celebrity crush growing up was Leonardo DiCaprio in Titanic,’ she said. 

‘I got to meet him at a party in LA when I was 27 and stared at him like a weirdo!’ she admitted. 

‘After that, I wasn’t attracted to him. It had the opposite effect.’ 

Model Robyn Lawley (pictured) has revealed why meeting Leonardo DiCaprio at a party in Los Angeles left her disappointed

Robyn’s star-studded confessions comes after she discussed the importance of inclusivity at runway shows, sharing her thoughts to social media. 

‘I’ve always viewed the necessary need for diversity on runways! As a teenage girl I starved myself for years to walk down a stupid ideal of someone else’s!’ she wrote. 

‘I should of just accepted health over their desires. But they should of also made clothes larger than size six or zero. 

‘Glad to see change happening.’ 

'I got to meet him at a party in LA when I was 27 and stared at him like a weirdo!' she admitted. 'After that, I wasn't attracted to him. It had the opposite effect.' Pictured: 2020

Robyn's star-studded confessions comes after she discussed the importance of inclusivity at runway shows, sharing her thoughts to social media

Robyn was catapulted into the spotlight in 2006 after appearing in teen magazine, Dolly.

Signed to a modelling agency at 18, she decided to switch to ‘plus size’ modelling, which increased her workload and appeal.

In 2011, the beauty went on to become the first ever ‘plus-size’ model in Vogue Australia’s 52-year-history, to feature in the magazine’s editorial fashion spread.

Robyn then forged an international modelling career, featuring on the cover of Vogue Italia, Elle France and GQ Australia

Robyn was catapulted into the spotlight in 2006 after appearing in teen magazine, Dolly

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