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Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne ‘mending friendship’

Published 09/07/2016

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora reportedly started to build bridges during Glastonbury Festival.

Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne are apparently on track to becoming best friends once again.

The two British stars were once inseparable, forming one of the closest bonds in showbiz. However not long after Rita started dating her now ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris in 2013, the friendship appeared to sour.

During the U.K.’s recent Glastonbury Music Festival, it looked as if Cara, 23, and 25-year-old Rita had finally put any differences aside.

“They are rebuilding their friendship and Glastonbury was a big part of that. It’s been a long time coming but they are friends again,” a source told Britain’s Grazia magazine.

Insiders say the girls stopped talking after Cara felt “neglected” by Rita when the singer started to get close with Calvin. That romance ended in 2014, with the Scottish DJ then moving on to date Taylor Swift, before they split in June (16).

Cara is now settled with singer St. Vincent, real name Annie Clark, and is once again bonding with Hot Right Now singer Rita. The model-turned-actress was at Glastonbury with Suki Waterhouse and her older sisters Poppy and Chloe Delevingne, who were also seen partying with Rita.

“Cara and Rita were inseparable for a long time, but had a big bust-up after Rita went off with Calvin,” the source continued.

“Time has been a healer. Now Cara has settled with Annie, she’s been able to forgive Rita, and Suki and Cara’s sisters have accepted Rita back into the fold. Cara’s been in the studio recording her album and Rita just got a new deal, so they’ve been talking about music a lot.”

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