Leonardo DiCaprio's 6-year-old niece Normandy Farrar, was reunited with her grandfather, (Leo's dad) George DiCaprio over the weekend and is safe and sound as these EXCLUSIVE photos indicate.

Leo's oldest step-brother, Adam Farrar, has been charged with "concealing" his daughter before his Jan. 25 arrest on drug-related charges in Texas. The girl's mother Charity Moore was also arrested on drug charges, Jan. 20.

The 6-year-old was reported missing after the arrests and her aunt reportedly told reporters: "I know nothing about Charity and her alleged drug use, I know nothing about that. I don’t want to even comment on the drug use, I’ve just known her to be the same Charity my whole life… She really loves, her daughter, She’s a good mom to her daughter ... As far as I know, police here [in Texas] are not [looking for Normandy] and police in LA shouldn’t be either. I guess when they first got arrested maybe they were then, but I can let you know now she’s safe. It’s nobody else’s business about what’s going on with her."

X17 snapped the family back together in the Los Feliz area of L.A. where Leo's father George lives with DiCaprio's step-mother.

An X17 photographer who photographed the bunch tells us, "They looked happy. The little girls seemed in good spirits -- totally normal and just like any other kid hanging out with her grandparents."

DiCaprio, nominated an Oscar for Best Actor this year, for his role in Wolf of Wall Street, has yet to comment on recent events.