Cara Delevingne feels 'man and woman'

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne

Cara has spoken about her relationship with Ashley just once before in June while explaining why she chose to finally go Instagram official with her relationship. And guess what? They weren't looking for it.

"We weren't on the lookout for it", Delevingne shares. "It was really just very authentic and natural".

Speaking to Marie Claire about finding love, the star, who has also dated St. Vincent musician Annie Clark, said it was not something either of them planned.

Delevingne, who's starring within the upcoming Amazon collection Carnival Row, tells the journal she identifies as queer, however spent years denying her attraction to girls as a result of she "didn't wish to really feel completely different, although from an early age I all the time felt I didn't belong". It didn't feel wrong. "Instead of being able to breathe or take a moment, I tried to smash my head into a tree to knock myself out". "Work to me was such an escape".

She said: "My mom chose to tell me that Father Christmas wasn't real".

Delevingne added that she's now taking a more balanced approach to life, prioritizing her own needs and implementing personal boundaries.

Cara also spoke about an embarrassing moment in May, when she and the Pretty Little Liars star, 29, were pictured carrying a luxury "sex bench" into a shared home in Hollywood, an incident the 27-year-old said was made public, "Definitely not on objective". I don't like using it that way anymore.

"I want to use it as a platform, something where I'm not just running from my problems". During Pride month this year, Delevingne posted a video of the two of them making out, officially confirming their relationship.