To celebrate Pride month Cara Delevingne is setting the perfect example by sharing a couple of beautiful pictures making all the fans appreciate her beauty. The actress, who has been open about her sexuality, shared these snaps on her platform making fans want for more.
Shared with her more than 43 million fans and followers, Cara Delevigne who is part of the LGBT community shared a picture to celebrate Pride Month. In the first picture, fans could see her looking straight at the camera with her long braided hair almost reaching her hips. She is wearing high-waist leather shorts, a fishnet top, and rainbow pasties to be in the mood.
The second picture is the same outfit but this time we get to see the look from her front confirming that she is topless and the third one, again, another picture from her back. “BE PROUD HAPPY PRIDE“ she captioned adding some rainbow emojis, unicorns, and a sparkle.
The post has already earned half a million reactions with fans and friends leaving her messages of support and love in her comment section. For example, Mindy Kaling wrote “Omg you’re so hot and interesting “, while a fan was a bit more poetic adding “Butterflies fly in my heart every time I see this beauty .”
For those unversed in her preferences, Cara Delevingne has expressed in the past that she identifies as pansexual. She talked a bit more about this in an interview with Variety back in 2020. "I always will remain, I think, pansexual," said told the magazine. "However one defines themselves, whether it's 'they' or 'he' or 'she,' I fall in love with the person — and that's that. I'm attracted to the person."
While now she is open and free to do as she pleases, she also admits that her English family was not always helpful with this. I used the word 'gay' to describe things which were s--- all the time: 'That's so f---ing gay of you, man,'" Delevingne said in the interview. "Everyone used to talk about 'Oh, my God, imagine going down on a woman.' I'd be like, 'That's disgusting.'"
She continued: "I think that came from the fact that I just didn't want to admit who I was," she said. "I didn't want to upset my family. I was deeply unhappy and depressed. When you don't accept a part of yourself or love yourself, it's like you're not there, almost."
"I am very happy how sexuality has become easier and freer to talk about, especially for kids," Delevingne added in another interview with Glamour.