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Cara Delevingne Cryptic Instagram Posts

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Cara Delevingne was thought to have been happily loved-up with her girlfriend, St. Vincent, but she has caused worry among her fans on social media, thanks to a series of cryptic and heartbreak-related posts shared over the past few days.

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The pair – who are thought to have been dating since December – attended the Burberry London In Los Angeles event together, where they rubbed shoulders with the likes of the Beckhams, Naomi Campbell and Mila Kunis.

INF - Cara Delevingne Hangs Out With Rumored New GF St. Vincent In NYC

 

The couple were seen jetting out of Los Angeles International Airport together, looking as happy as ever while Cara wore a coat belonging to St. Vincent, whose real name is Anne ‘Annie’ Clark.

But the British model’s latest posts on Instagram have sparked concern among her fans. On Monday, the beauty shared a very sad picture of a crying stick figure drawing holding a broken heart, along with the words ‘it’s hurting again’. This was followed by a quote from the poet Rumi, that gave more than a hint at her potential love life situation.

Her cryptic posts caused her millions of fans to respond in their droves, offering her support and wishing her well, with some event acknowledging that she had perhaps ended her relationship with the Grammy winning singer.

Yahoo then reported that Delevingne had real, heartfelt emotions for Annie Clark and that she had been truly gutted to have dumped her.

But with all social media romances true love wins through, and Delevingne posted to her twitter account confirmation of her love.

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