Leo and Gigi Hadid in “Open and Fluid” Relationship

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We’ve discussed how celebrities seem to dig open relationships. Now, there’s more.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Gigi Hadid have reportedly revived their relationship, but this time, they’re going with an open relationship.

Gigi, 28, and Leo, 48, told Us Weekly that the fresh spark is build on an open relationship agreement.

It’s best for them to keep their relationship open and fluid. Neither one of them wants to settle down at the moment,” one writer said.

The couple originally broke up last February after dating for some odd months. Some believe their mutually busy schedules contributed to the relationships demise. However, the couple now intends to leverage open relationship dating as a way to combat these issues.

The two have been seen at events connected with Met Gala and the Oscars. Some are calling their new relationship a “no strings attached” experience, but for all intents and purposes, they’ve seemingly agreed to thrive in an open relationship.

There are numerous benefits to open relationship dating. It would seem that both Gigi and Leo have done their homework on these benefits and plan to approach their dating experience in a less traditional way.

The couple began dating in fall of 2022. But as their schedules impeded time together, the relationship faded away. But clearly, the two have a desire to make it work, hence, the open relationship status.

To be clear, we’re in no way leveraging the idea of “if celebs are doing it, so should you.” However, celebrities trying open relationships provides more evidence of open relationship dating finding itself into a mainstream culture marred by exorbitant divorce rates. Divorce costs this country billions of dollar annually, not to mention heartache, stress, and depression.

Open relationships are a hedge against a vastly flawed system. The more celebrities make mainstream news out of non-monogamous dating styles, the more people explore these concepts. And that exploration often leads to experimentation and thus, success.