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Whitney Port’s biggest regret in life involves Leonardo DiCaprio.
While many suitors dream of a late-night rendezvous with the Hollywood hunk, “The Hills” star, now 34, said she had a chance over a decade ago but regrettably passed.
“I was nervous. I had never had a one-night stand,” she confessed on her podcast, “With Whit,” Monday. “I didn’t want to be with him alone… I was way too nervous to do it and then I lost my chance and it’s really one of my bigger regrets in life.”
Port said it all went down in 2009, when she met the Oscar award-winner during a night of partying in Manhattan. They exchanged numbers after DiCaprio approached her and implied that he watched her reality show, “The City,” according to Port.
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After months of texting on BlackBerry Messenger, Port said DiCaprio invited her out on a date and asked if she wanted to come over afterward. “He invited me back over to his house and I said ‘no,'” she recalled while talking with longtime friend, Andrea Cuttler.
“I have been dying to tell people this story for ages,” Port said. “I feel like whenever I tell it to friends, no one believes me.”
She continued: “If you didn’t think I was cool, now you probably do!”
USA TODAY reached out to DiCaprio’s rep for comment.
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But, everything seemed to work out for Port, who married “The City” producer Tim Rosenman in 2015. The pair welcomed son Sonny Sanford Rosenman in 2017.
Port returned to reality television earlier this year on MTV’s “The Hills: New Beginnings,” a sequel to “The Hills,” which she originally starred on for four seasons from 2006 to 2008.
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