Leonardo DiCaprio, girlfriend Kelly Rohrbach split, reports say

Four-time Oscar-nominated actor Leonardo DiCaprio and his girlfriend, actress-model Kelly Rohrbach, reportedly have broken up.

Us Weekly on Monday said 41-year-old “The Revenant” star DiCaprio and 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit rookie Rohrbach, who turns 26 on Jan. 21, ended their relationship by mutual consent due to busy work schedules, and remained friends. Us, the first to report on it, said the breakup happened more than a month ago, while People and E! each said it occurred months ago.

People added that the two, last seen together over Thanksgiving, were apart on New Year’s Eve, with Connecticut native Rohrbach spending the day with her family and DiCaprio spending it with a large group, including friend Lukas Haas, at the nightclub Nikki Beach on the Caribbean island of St. Barts.

The actor’s representative did not return a Newsday request for comment.

DiCaprio and Rohrbach — who had made several small TV appearances and starred in The CW’s comedy Web series “The P.E.T. Squad Files” before beginning a modeling career — were first seen together over the summer. In June, they were photographed in Manhattan kissing while on a Citi Bike outing.

In December 2014, Us reported that DiCaprio and his Victoria’s Secret Angel girlfriend, Toni Garrn, broke up after dating since May 2013.

The actor — whose performance in “The Revenant” received Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations and is generating talk of an Academy Award nod — previously has been linked to models Kristen Zang, Emma Miller, Gisele Bündchen, Bar Refaeli and Erin Heatherton. He dated actress Blake Lively in 2011, before her marriage to actor Ryan Reynolds the following year.

On Monday, Rohrbach and actor/pro-wrestling legend Dwayne Johnson each posted on Instagram that she will be playing Pamela Anderson’s iconic role as lifeguard C.J. Parker in the upcoming movie remake of the TV series “Baywatch.” “It has been an amazing ride thus far, can’t wait for what’s to come!” Rohrbach wrote. “Feeling beyond blessed and grateful! Here we go!!”