Watch Leonardo DiCaprio Helicopter Parent His Oscar While It Gets Engraved

In all its dropping-your-kid-off-on-the-first-day-of-school glory.

Taking notes from the bear who almost killed him in "The Revenant," Leonardo DiCaprio learned on Oscar night just how fiercely protective a parent is over their newborn child ... or, you know, Academy Award.

After the Oscars are handed out, all the stars head over to the Governors Ball to get their statues engraved with the relevant information ("Dreamz do come tru - Leo"). Thankfully, Variety captured the moment that DiCaprio is forced to part with his Oscar, after finally winning the trophy for Best Actor, in all its dropping-your-kid-off-on-the-first-day-of-school glory.

Besides Kate Winslet, we don't know if we've seen the "The Revenant" actor look at someone/something so lovingly as his new Oscar. That engraving lady is under some serious "Hurt Locker"-level pressure. Just look at her hands shaking!

Can you imagine if she got it wrong? ("Oh, my gosh, Leo, I'm so sorry I just screwed on Matt Damon's name." "You did WHAT?!")

As for the mother of Leo's new baby, well, that would be Mrs. DiCaprio, daddy's trusty vape pen. Now that's what we call a modern family.

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Jennifer Lawrence

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