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Leonardo DiCaprio dines with John Kerry at Cafe Milano

Secretary of State John Kerry and actor Leonardo DiCaprio continued their bonding over dinner at Cafe Milano. (Cliff Owen/AP)

Hey, isn’t that … actor Leonardo DiCaprio, fresh off an appearance at the State Department’s conference on oceans, dining with Secretary of State John Kerry last night at Cafe Milano in Georgetown?

Leo (we can call him that, right? Since Kerry did?) was spotted arriving first and heading into a private dining room at the perennial VIP magnet. Kerry followed shortly thereafter and the group was soon joined by a few other suits.


More “Hey, Isn’t That…” on the Reliable Source:

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Emily Heil is the co-author of the Reliable Source and previously helped pen the In the Loop column with Al Kamen.



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Emily Heil · June 18, 2014

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