27-year-old Cara Delevingne became the protagonist of the October issue of the British Elle. The model and actress took part in a fashion photo shoot, and also answered questions from the editors of the publication. In this conversation, Kara, who confirmed her affair with Ashley Benson in June, touched on personal life.
I just feel better when I'm in love. It's not always about falling in love with a particular person. Sometimes this is a feeling that I feel exclusively within myself. However, itâ€™s wonderful when youâ€™re not alone, and you can share the whole world with someone else,
– said the model.
Kara also answered the question of why she so rarely advertises details of her personal life. According to the star, this topic is the most intimate for her, and she does not consider it necessary to share her happiness with the world.
It is sacred! I understand perfectly why people are so worried about my personal life, and I would not want to hide it so much that everyone around me would think that I was ashamed of something. I have never had a show off relationship. We initially kept everything secret and did not need attention. Itâ€™s not the same as posing on a track together,
– said Delevingne about her relationship with Benson, around whom she has been walking lately mass of rumors.
In an interview, Cara Delevingne also expressed her attitude towards Time's up – A movement opposing sexual harassment and fighting for women's rights. The model and actress noted positive changes in the creation of society and recognized that recently women have become more likely to occupy leadership positions. At the same time, Kara is convinced that the problem of gender discrimination is still relevant, and people need to continue the struggle for their ideals:
The minus of such movements is that as soon as they appear, and people begin to actively join them, many think: "Well, that's it, it's done!". However, this is not so; it is only the very beginning. Therefore, people should remember that women continue to face gender discrimination every day. You canâ€™t just put a hashtag and think that the problem has disappeared.
In a conversation with reporters, Cara Delevingne also spoke about self-love. The model admitted that she did not always fully accept herself, but at some point she learned to perceive her both positive and negative sides, and also sincerely fell in love with all her â€œodditiesâ€.