Leonardo DiCaprio, it seems, has no idea what he wants from life, at least from the family side.
The actor recently contradicted his own statements on family plans in two different interviews. Previously, the Titanic star had confessed that he had no plans of starting a family, reports Fox News.
The 33-year-old said: “Ah, how do you answer something like that? So, um, I am being asked to look in the future I suppose quickly. No, I don''t have any plan."
Leonardo had also joked that he was not ready to risk his heartthrob status in exchange of starting a family. "That's the only way I like to be referred to," he added.
However, in another interview with the Sunday Parade magazine, the actor confessed that he knew he was contradicting himself since he now wanted to settle down with family and kids.
“What I definitely feel a need for is to make my life about more than just my career,” he said.
“Just last night I was thinking to myself how little of my life has been lived normally and not spent on some far-off movie location.
“I want to get married and have children.
“In saying that, I realize I am contradicting everything I’ve said before. I absolutely believe in marriage,” he added.
Leonardo, who has been promoting his soon-to-be-released Body of Lies, holds the death of his grandmother responsible for changing his views on life.
He said: "I feel like a whole era in my life is over. My grandma died last week. I have no more grandparents. I feel that coming ahead in my life is more stripping away, for sure. I feel very sad that Oma is gone.”