If you’re a 90’s kid or not, one of the most classic love story Titanic has surely melted your heart right from the beginning. It won’t hard but next to impossible for me to believe that there is even one soul who hasn’t been moved by one of the most exquisite love stories ever. Here’s some news of the onscreen couple Kate and Leo and their relationship.
The evergreen couple
Who doesn’t remember this iconic scene from the film? Well, till date there has been uncountable pictures pouring on the internet of couples replicating this ‘Titanic-pose’ but none could replace the affection and the charm of this awesome pair.
One of the important reasons for Titanic to be such an overwhelming movie was the chemistry between Kate and Leonardo both on screen and off the screen and we all were eagerly waiting for that moment when the duo officially announced their relationship as a couple. But sadly, that moment never turned up, and never will. It’s equally heartbreaking, but after so many years, Kate finally opens up on why they never went beyond friendship.
The Revolutionary Road
It has been more than a decade when the most beloved movie was released and since then, the connection between these two have grown stronger. With time, their bond brewed like wine. It was in 2008 when the couple came back on screen in Revolutionary Road and gave high hopes to the millions and zillions of heart until Kate went on and married Ned Rocknroll on 2012.
We’ve all witnessed that moment when Kate won an Oscar and Leo cried tears of happiness and last year when finally Leo bagged an Oscar and Kate was in tears. The duo perfectly set a benchmark of what a true friendship means.
But why they never took their relationship a step further? Continue ahead.
In an interview, Kate said, “He always saw me as one of the boys.” She knew how disheartening it was for their fans, “It’s so disappointing for people to hear that because in the soap opera of the Kate and Leo story we fell in love at first sight and had a million snogs, but actually we never did.We needed each other to lean on because we were very young and working all kinds of crazy [long] hours and it was a shock to the system.”