We already brought you part one of our list of 15 things you probably did not know about Cara Delevingne, and now we’re back with part two! Check out eight more fascinating facts about the model, actress, and public figure that you definitely (probably) did not know below. You might be surprised by what you find out!
Number Eight: She Met Rita Ora at a Festival. It’s no secret that Delevingne and musician Rita Ora are best buds, but did you know their history goes way back? Delevingne and Ora actually met at a festival “a long time ago.”
Number Seven: She Loves Video Games. Delevingne has said that she is an avid Call of Duty player, and in fact, she even has a headpiece! According to her, her username is Caradele.
Number Six: Her Name Is Trademarked. She’s not just a model – she’s a smart businesswoman, too! Delevingne trademarked her name in anticipation of people trying to use it or steal it. And she has probably avoided a lot of headache because of her great decision.
Number Five: She Is a Tomboy for Life. You might think the “tomboy” aspect of Delevingne is just a gimmick, but she’s been a tomboy her entire life. Delevingne revealed in an interview that the very first time she was a bridesmaid, she refused to go down the aisle unless she could wear her football shorts beneath her dress.
Number Four: She Has Ties to the Royal Family. Delevingne’s grandmother was none other than the lady-in-waiting to Princess Margaret.
Number Three: Her Family’s Nickname for Her Is “Monster.” it’s true! Delevingne’s family calls her “monster,” although it’s not clear why. Delevingne is the opposite of a monster in our opinion.
Number Two: She Might Be the Reason for Declining Tweezer Sales. According to Google, Delevingne is responsible for the declining sales in eyebrow tweezers. How about that!
Number One: Her Ultimate Eyebrow Advice Is Pretty Simple. According to Delevingne, the secret to those gorgeous brows is to just leave them alone. She says, “…it’s just about keeping [your eyebrows] wild, keeping them free and woolly.”