Cara Delevingne photographed with her bunny Cecil for the 'Telegraph.'
Last week, Vogue published a profile with Cara Delevingne that was about, among other things, how the model slept through not one but two interviews with the writer. Cara went on the defense, but didn't deny that it happened (look, growing girls need their sleep, OK?). So, when the Telegraph approached her for an interview, Cara's only request was that it be conducted in bed. And the reporter obliged, because who wouldn't want to have a sleepover with Cara Delevingne?
GIF: Telegraph/Jenny Shafei
Though the interview's intended purpose was to discuss Cara's Mulberry collaboration, the interview touches on a lot more than style, including sexuality. Cara is extremely open—a quality underlined throughout the interview—so when the conversation veers towards sexuality, she doesn't shy away from discussing it. "I'm young, I'm having fun, I don't want to pretend to be something I'm not," she says. She doesn't elaborate much, but does say, at this point, she'd rather hang out with girls than dudes because "most guys are not like, 'Oh, we should just be mates.'" She clarified, they "just want to have sex with you." That's not all she reveals, though. Like, not at all.