Cara Delevingne talks of being in love with girlfriend St Vincent

In the September issue of Vogue, the model-turned-actress reveals her love and how she never felt it before

Forbes’ richest supermodel number 2, Cara Delevingne has revealed that she is “completely in love” with her musician girlfriend, Annie Clark who is also known by her stage name, St. Vincent.

Last week, it was rumoured that she is engaged to St. Vincent and was seen posing on Instagram with what looked like an engagement ring.

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Cara looked stunning while on the carpet at the premiere of her upcoming movie ‘Suicide Squad’ on Monday night at Beacon Theatre in New York City. She was later joined by her girlfriend St. Vincent and was spotted leaving their hotel earlier.

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In the September issue of Vogue, the model-turned-actress reveals her love and how she never felt it before. “I’m completely in love… Before, I didn’t know what love was – real love, I didn’t understand the depth of it. I always used to think it was you against the world. Now I know the meaning of life is love. Whether that’s for yourself or for the world or your partner,” Delevingne has said.

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She further adds, “As a child, I used ‘gay’ as a bad word, as in, ‘that’s so gay.’ All my friends did. [Her parents] have been so, so supportive. I’m obviously in love, so if people want to say I’m gay, that’s great. But we’re all liquid – we change, we grow.”

She is said to have been dating her girlfriend for 16 months. Speaking about her girlfriend, Cara tells Vogue: “I think that being in love with my girlfriend is a big part of why I’m feeling so happy with who I am these days. And for those words to come out of my mouth is actually a miracle.” Speaking about being bisexual, she adds, ‘My sexuality is not a phase. I am who I am.’

Speaking about adapting into the film industry and the gender payment gap in Hollywood, she says, “I’m still learning. I act for love. I give it my all. I would probably still do it even if I wasn’t paid at all. But in terms of equal pay, I need to be paid the same as the guy who has equal billing with me. Otherwise I won’t do it. Because if you accept less, you’re just letting everyone else down and continuing the cycle.”