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Watching Cara Delevingne Interview Cara Delevingne Is the Best Way to Spend Monday

Watching Cara Delevingne Interview Cara Delevingne Is the Best Way to Spend Monday

Watching Cara Delevingne Interview Cara Delevingne Is the Best Way to Spend Monday

Cara Delevingne has our hearts.

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What’s the only thing better than Cara Delevingne? Two Cara Delevingnes. Oh yeah, you heard us right. Cara vs. Cara is beyond excellent, and everything you need to kick your week off right.

In honor of her being the cover model of the September issue, Cara was featured on Vogue magazine’s YouTube channel as a part of their “10 Things” series. Because Cara is beautiful, and an extremely talented model, but she’s also ridiculously funny, totally relatable, and her own biggest fan. Which, makes sense. Because we’re also her biggest fan.

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She got real about everything from the terrors of Donald Trump (because who is queer and not freaking out about Trump? Other than these guys, I guess) to the one request she’d make of Instagram, which, of course, is that she wants to show her nipples. We support it, obviously.

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She also opens up about things like friendship, and what advice she’d give her 16-year-old-self. Because Cara seems so perfect, but is also (somehow) a human, and has learned a lot about herself in her 23 years.

Watch the video and see if it’s possible to not fall in love with the iconic star.

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Rachel Charlene Lewis

Rachel Charlene Lewis is a writer, editor, and queer woman of color based in North Carolina. Her writing has most recently appeared in Ravishly, Hello Giggles, and elsewhere.

Rachel Charlene Lewis is a writer, editor, and queer woman of color based in North Carolina. Her writing has most recently appeared in Ravishly, Hello Giggles, and elsewhere.