A new year, another year of feeling older, right? Yup, time stops for nobody, and even if you still feel like you're in the prime of your life, you'll probably not want to know that one of your favorite childhood films turns 22 this year.
Yes, James Cameron's Oscar-winning bemouth Titanic turns 22 this year. It was the movie that elevated a then little-known pretty boy actor by the name of Leonardo DiCaprio into the big leagues whilst also making a global star of his British rose co-star, Kate Winslet.
But something else that will turn 22 this year isn't Leonardo DiCaprio's dress sense but his girlfriend Camila Morrone, the Argentinan actress and model.
Of course, Leo dating supermodels is nothing new, but it appears his latest squeeze has lasted longer than most of them. The goddaughter of the great American actor Al Pacino, Camila Morrone is certainly a catch, and it appears Leo, at the age of 44, may just show the first signs of relinquishing his playboy ways and settling to a longterm relationship.
Proving he's much the gentleman as well as the player, Leo recently took time away from filming the upcoming Tarantino movie Once Upon a Time In Hollywood to show Morrone the wondrous sights of Thailand's paradisical island, Ko Phi Phi Le
Part of the island was famously chosen as the scenic location for the movie adaptation of the Alex Garland novel The Beach before it was shut down following repeated requests from local wildlife authorities.
One of many gems in the country's region, the National Parks and Wildlife Department finally had enough of polluting tourists and cruiseliners destroying the natural habitat following the fame it attracted from the movie and eventually closed it indefinitely to the public.
Speaking about an issue that is endemic in many other scenic locations, a leading marine scientist speaking on behalf of Thailand's National Strategy Committee on Environment Development said: "It's like someone who has been working for decades and has never stopped.
"Overworked and tired, all the beauty of the beach is gone. We need a timeout for the beach.
"This would be a good way to start managing our tourist destinations. And we can improve on what we learn after the first year.
"We know that it's important we manage our resources well. It's not about more numbers of tourists but about sustainable tourism that benefits locals as well."
Whether Leo and Camilla were granted special access to the spot isn't known, but we're sure their trip was heavenly nonetheless.
With Camila by his side, how could it not be?!