Leonardo DiCaprio was every bit the gallant leading man after getting into a car accident in the Hamptons over the weekend — kindly tending to the woman who had rear-ended him and comforting his girlfriend, Nina Agdal, a witness told The Post.
The Oscar winner and the model were heading east on Montauk Highway in Wainscott in a Range Rover at about 4:30 p.m. Saturday when they were struck by a woman driving a Mini Cooper.
DiCaprio first checked to make sure Agdal was OK before climbing out of the SUV and walking to the driver’s side of the much-smaller Mini. He tried to open the door to tend to the woman, but it was locked.
When the unidentified driver unlocked the door, DiCaprio helped her out.
“She was shaken up. Leo was nice about it. He motioned for her to come with him, and he helped her over to the guardrail so she could rest,” the witness said.
DiCaprio, casually clad in shorts, shades, a white T-Shirt and baseball cap, called East Hampton Village cops.
Athough the woman was apparently uninjured, an ambulance arrived as a precaution.
The “Wolf of Wall Street” star then turned his attention to Agdal, gently patting her on the cheek and reassuring her all was well.
The Range Rover suffered little apparent damage. But the Mini, which the witness said was traveling about 10 mph, had extensive front-end damage and had to be towed.
The actor, 41, and the Danish beauty, 24, have been linked since June, when they were first spotted tooling around Montauk before jaunts to the Bahamas, Malibu and Ibiza.
Police had no information Sunday about whether the woman was charged.