Leonardo Di Caprio will have to convert to Judaism to marry girlfriend
Actor Leonardo Di Caprio will have to convert to Judaism if he wishes to make supermodel girlfriend Bar Rafaeli his wedded wife as her father is adamant that he won't let his daughter marry outside the faith.
Boxing promoter Aaron Braunstein, a family friend of the model told News that her father will never consent to the marriage unless Di Caprio converts to Judaism.
“He told me that if Leo doesn’t convert to Judaism, there will be no marriage,” Braunstein told the newspaper.
Academy nominated actor Di Caprio had made an attempt to appease the ‘Swimsuit Illustrated´ cover girl’s family by making a trip to her native Israel last year.
The 34-year-old actor who previously dated Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen had said in recent interviews that he is ready to settle down and start a family.
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