Climate activist Greta Thunberg met with the Terminator star, just days after she interacted with Leonardo DiCaprio.
Looks like 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg is going big, all the way to Hollywood as she interacts with some of the biggest stars around. Be it Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Degeneres, Trevor Noah -- you name it, Hollywood celebrities are now believing that climate crisis is as real as it gets. And now, Greta recently went cycling with former California governor and Hollywood icon Arnold Schwarzenegger in Santa Monica.
This interaction for Greta with the Terminator star comes days after she met Leonardo DiCaprio which, not surprisingly, became the talk of the town.
And now, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Greta Thunberg met up again as the duo went biking together around Santa Monica. The photos were shared by the action star himself on Twitter and Instagram.
He wrote: 'It was fantastic to see my friend and one of my heroes @gretathunberg last week and go on a bike ride around Santa Monica together and I was so pumped to introduce her to my daughter Christina. Keep inspiring, Greta!'
This is not the first time that Arnold has expressed his support for the Swedish environmental activist. Last month, the Hollywood legend even lent his electric car to Greta.
Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio, an eco-warrior himself, heaped praises on Greta when he posted a picture of the duo on Instagram on Friday.
Leo has often found himself on the wrong side of things, especially for his partying lifestyle and for his use of private jets despite his interest in environmental causes. As reported by Daily Mail.
Leo said that it was an 'honor' to speak with Greta adding that her message is 'a wake-up call to world leaders'. He also said that she makes him 'optimistic about what the future holds'.
"There are few times in human history where voices are amplified at such pivotal moments and in such transformational ways – but @GretaThunberg has become a leader of our time. History will judge us for what we do today to help guarantee that future generations can enjoy the same livable planet that we have so clearly taken for granted," the Titanic star captioned his post.
"It is because of Greta, and young activists everywhere that I am optimistic about what the future holds. It was an honor to spend time with Greta. She and I have made a commitment to support one another, in hopes of securing a brighter future for our planet. #FridaysforFuture #ClimateStrike @fridaysforfuture," Leo added. The post went viral on social media, garnering nearly 3,750,000 likes in a matter of hours.