Cara Delevingne is reported to have split from her girlfriend St. Vincent, also known as Annie Clark, after eight months. While the supermodel’s rep declined to comment, Clark’s rep said they did not know of any breakup. It was in June that Delevingne came out about her sexuality in Vogue and said she was dating Clark.
The pair was pictured a fortnight ago on Cara’s Instagram account. The actress and the singer, 32, have been keeping busy with their respective work commitments lately. While Delevingne is busy promoting her film “Paper Towns,” which will hit theaters on July 24, St. Vincent is on tour in Europe, the Mirror reported.
The 22-year-old supermodel and actress confirmed her relationship with singer Clark, saying she was “in love.” “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," she said, speaking to Vogue in its July issue.
The model-turned-actress had earlier said she felt “thrilled” to be in a committed relationship because she struggled so much while growing up. She told how she was confused about her sexuality at a young age, which added to anxiety and depression. Delevingne admitted that it took her a long time to accept the idea, until she fell in love with a woman at age 20 and had to accept it.
Delevingne, who is currently working on the DC comics movie “Suicide Squad,” said she could never have a heterosexual relationship because men would dump her for her craziness. Then the writer of the Vogue piece kicked up a controversy by claiming that her family believed Cara’s sexuality was a phase. But Delevingne declared that her sexuality was “not a phase.”
The couple is thought to have been dating since December 2014. They were first seen together at the Universal BRITs after-party in February. The British beauty and her American girlfriend made their public debut at a fashion party in Los Angeles.