Leonardo Dicaprio never misses an opportunity to advocate for the environment, and so it should come as no surprise that he was on the front lines of the Climate March in Washington, D.C., yesterday. The 42-year-old actor and environmental activist spent his Saturday meeting with indigenous leaders and marching along the streets of the capitol, and all we can say is #Swoon!
Dicaprio started his day by sitting down with the leaders of several indigenous tribes. The Titanic star kept his attire casual and practical, wearing a blue polo shirt, a golf cap, and sunglasses. He shared a group shot from the meeting, writing that "today, we march to keep fossil fuels in the ground, to fight for a transition to 100% clean energy by 2050, for climate justice and so much more."
Then, Dicaprio took to the streets with other marchers, carrying a sign that read "Climate change is real." He shared several pictures from the march on Instagram, writing that the event left him "inspired and hopeful for our future on this planet."
He's talented. He's passionate. He's handsome. And when Leo believes in a cause, he gives it his all. As if we needed another reason to swoon over him!