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Cara Delevingne 'focusing on passion'

Published 03/07/2015

Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne is reportedly the most secure she's ever been.

The British beauty made her name in the fashion industry and is the go-to girl for many of the world's top fashion houses.

However as her Hollywood star continues to rise, sources say she's ready to leave fashion behind.

"She's serious about turning away from modelling. She's grateful for the opportunities she's had, but acting is her passion, and she's making no apologies for that," an insider told British magazine Grazia.

It was reported earlier this week that Cara had quit her UK agency Storm Models, with the company removing her profile from its website.

As well as starring roles in movies Paper Towns, Face of Angel and Suicide Squad, Cara's also pretty content in her private life.

She's been linked to singer St. Vincent, real name Annie Clark, for the last few months, and in an interview with Vogue month confirmed that they were an item.

Referring to Annie as her girlfriend in the article, Cara credits the musician with helping make her feel so happy right now.

"She's the most secure she's ever been. The interview has come at the happiest time of her life and, in many ways, that's what has allowed her to speak so candidly. Being so happy with Annie, and so comfortable in her own skin, has allowed her to unburden herself and speak so frankly about things that have haunted her for years," the source said.

"Her family have been incredibly supportive of how brave and honest she's been, and after the interview she said that she felt as if a weight had been lifted. Now that she's come clean, she can't wait to focus on her life as an actress. For Cara, this is a fresh start."

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