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Sunday 29 May 2016

Cara Delevingne 'needed break from Michelle'

Published 07/06/2014

Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne apparently chose not to take Michelle Rodriquez to her sister's wedding celebration so she could enjoy time away with friends and family.

The model enjoyed a break in Morocco with her family and friends, as part of older sister Poppy's many wedding celebrations.

They were joined by the likes of Sienna Miller, Alexa Chung and Suki Waterhouse, but Cara's reported girlfriend Michelle was nowhere to be seen.

"Cara and Michelle have had quite an intense relationship from the word go. And Cara wanted to be able enjoy the weekend without having to worry about Michelle. So she said it would be best if she didn't come. It would have been too much for Cara, who wanted to focus on family and friends and being there for Poppy," an insider divulged to British magazine Grazia.

Cara, 21, and Michelle became close earlier this year, and set tongues wagging when they were spotted kissing each other at a New York Knicks basketball game.

In the months that followed they appeared to be by each other's side constantly, with 35-year-old Michelle sitting front row at numerous runway shows Cara walked in as part of Fashion Week.

But the relationship is said to have since cooled considerably.

"I think that is probably accurate," the source added, talking about split rumours. "It was always going to be a flash in the pan thing and it looks like it's run its course."

Friends close to the British runway star have commented that Cara, who has previously been linked to Harry Styles, isn't yet ready for a relationship.

"Cara really cares for Michelle, but wasn't sure she was ready for a long-term commitment. Michelle wanted to get them a place in LA and Cara felt it was moving too fast. She enjoys Michelle's company, but didn't want to feel tied down," a confidant recently told British magazine Closer.

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