LEONARDO Di-Caprio's romance with Bar Rafaeli looks like it is dead and buried - after I caught the actor snuggling up to gorgeous Latino actress Daya Fernandez here in Cannes.
The hot actor, who is at the film festival for a few days of promotion for his ecological thriller 11th Hour, smuggled Puerto Rican-born Daya, 32, on to his yacht soon after arriving on Friday night. But he's gone out of his way to avoid being spotted with her.
Leo even drove the short distance to Kid Rock's boat, where the singer was throwing a party for showbiz mates including James Blunt and David Furnish, in a blacked-out limo.
But 32-year-old Leo was worried about photographers. So he drove back to his own yacht, moored a few berths down the harbour, where he threw a more intimate party for his new girl.
Daya - who has had a minor role as a cleaning lady in Penelope Cruz's Bandidas and as a shoe designer in Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom's Elizabethtown - has barely left Leo's side since Friday.
Although they have known each other as friends for many years, after meeting through mutual LA acquaintances, sources close to Leo say their relationship has developed into romance.
She has been invited to this afternoon's lavish De Grisogono lunch on the terrace at The Hotel Martinez as his guest.
After spending a lazy day together, they will both attend Vanity Fair's dinner party at The Hotel Du Cap in Antibes tonight.
And there's no sign of Israeli model Bar, who has been linked to Leo for the past year.
Friends say they have grown apart as their careers have taken them in different directions around the world.
"Daya and Leo are inseparable," said a friend of Leo. "They have known each other for years but have never got together because Leo's never single. Now Daya has him all to herself in sunny Cannes and things are moving really quickly - they can't get enough of each other."
Leo is promoting his environmental documentary 11th Hour - but he is being criticised for his own carbon footprint.
Critics are angry with the way he is clocking up the airmiles to promote the film.