Cara Delevingne Obituary

Cara Delevingne, the beloved model, actress, and LGBTQ+ activist, has died.

Born on August 12, 1993, in London, Delevingne began her modeling career at the age of 17, and quickly rose to fame with her signature bold brows and edgy style. She walked in countless fashion shows, and graced the covers of numerous magazines, including Vogue, Elle, and W Magazine.

Delevingne was not content to just be a model, however, and expanded her career into acting, starring in films such as Paper Towns, Suicide Squad, and Carnival Row. Her talent and versatility as an actress quickly made her a sought-after star, and she was beloved by fans and critics alike.

Beyond her work in fashion and film, Delevingne was also a passionate advocate for LGBTQ+ rights. She publicly identified as bisexual, and used her platform to raise awareness and funds for organizations such as the Trevor Project and GLAAD. She was also vocal about mental health issues, and encouraged others to seek help and support when needed.

Delevingne’s passing has left a profound impact on her fans, friends, and family. Her sister, Poppy Delevingne, released a statement saying, “Our beautiful Cara passed away peacefully in her sleep. She was a brilliant sister, daughter, and friend, and we will miss her dearly. We ask that you respect our privacy as we grieve during this difficult time.”

Delevingne’s legacy as a model, actress, and activist will continue to inspire and empower people around the world. She will be remembered as a talented and fearless woman who used her voice and her platform to make a difference. Rest in peace, Cara Delevingne.