Supermodel Cara Delevigne says best gift she can give is an orgasm as she talks about having sex with men and women

Supermodel Cara Delevigne says best gift she can give is an orgasm as she talks about having sex with men and women

CARA DELEVINGNE has raised a few (bushy) eyebrows with her wild partying over the years.

But now the bisexual Brit insists she would rather romp at home than go to a showbiz bash.

She said: “I used to go to clubs but I’d rather have sex than go out now.”

In a sensational tell-all interview, Cara admitted she loves to take charge in bed with women but enjoys being submissive with male lovers, saying the greatest gift she can give is “an orgasm”.

The model and actress, 26, said: “I’m very good at giving love and not at receiving it. I’m the same in bed.

“I find it quite difficult to receive pleasure and love and things like that, so I love to give.”

Cara has been dating Pretty Little Liars actress Ashley Benson, 29, since May.

And she insists the people who appear the most switched-on sexually make the WORST lovers, in her experience.

Cara said: “Part of sex — that ­connection — is feral. You meet someone but when you go in the bedroom, it’s another animal.

“To me, that is so interesting. There are certain people who are super-sexy and they flirt with you, then you have sex with them and they are terrible.

“But I like people who seem really prudish then, when they get in the bedroom, they’re like, ‘What?!’ It’s like a whole transformation.”

‘If you don’t laugh at sex, your relationship is bad’

Cara suggested last year that she considers herself gender-fluid and since losing her virginity at 18 — “quite late,” in her opinion — she has had male and female lovers.

Her first high-profile hook-up came in 2011 with singer Rita Ora, 28, who famously called Cara her “wifey”.

She dated One Direction’s Harry Styles, 25, in 2012, then another singer, Jake Bugg, 25, the following year.

In 2014 she enjoyed a fling with Fast & Furious actress Michelle Rodriguez, now 40, and later that year was linked with Skins actor Jack O’Connell, 28.

Cara shared an 18-month relationship with singer St Vincent, 36, real name Annie Clark, which ended in 2016.

After that came a short-lived romance with Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris, 20.

Today, Cara says how she acts in the bedroom varies, depending on whether she is with a man or a woman.

She said: “I can allow pleasure but it’s hard to find that person. I have found them before, for sure.

“That whole courting process of power is very interesting. And it’s a difference with men and women.

“I’m always very submissive with men. Always. But with women, I’m the opposite. So it’s weird.”

Cara reckons people should see the funny side of making love — a rarity on screen, where sex is usually taken very seriously.

She said: “Laughter in sex is so important. You watch movies and you’re told that’s what sex should be like and you’re like, ‘Whoa! That’s not it!’ My friend was having sex with this guy and he was trying to do this really romantic thing — and people often over-romanticise these moments — and he was like, ‘Oh, you have an eyelash on your nipple’.

“He tried to pull it away but it was actually a nipple hair! Moments like that happen and you have to laugh.

“If you don’t, you’re not having a good relationship.”

And sometimes, Cara admits, she is just too tired for sex. She said: “I work a lot! It’s tiring and it [sex] takes energy.”

Cara first modelled aged just ten in a shoot for Vogue Italy and was ­catapulted to stardom in 2012 after starring in a campaign for Burberry.

She is believed to have made £7.6million in 2018 and in recent years has bagged a number of major film roles.

She starred in Luc Besson’s 2017 sci-fi fantasy Valerian & The City Of A Thousand Planets, 2015 comedy-drama Paper Towns and played the vengeful Enchantress in 2016 DC Universe superhero flick Suicide Squad.

And she feels Hollywood is her true calling, not the catwalk, having spent her formative years trying to fit in with the crowd due to a “lack of identity”.

She added: “As a person, I feel I can adapt to any situation.

“I’m not manipulative but I can ­certainly go into a room and . . . sometimes I get very easily swayed.

“If I walk into a room and everyone’s having sex, I’ll probably join in!

“If I walk into a room and everyone’s crawling on the floor, I’ll probably join in with that too. But it’s also wanting to belong in that sense. So as an actor, it was very easy for me.”

Cara first revealed she fancied women as well as men in a 2015 interview with Vogue, having spent years struggling to come to terms with her sexual identity.

Looking back on her childhood, she says she now realises how movies had influenced her view of sexuality, leading to confusion and frustration over her own feelings.

Asked if Disney should introduce a gay or bisexual princess character, she said: “They really could make a big difference if they did it, 100 per cent.

“Films and fantasy and books were so incredible to me and I learned so many lessons from that.
“That was why I never wanted to accept my sexuality. Disney princesses all love men and that’s the way it is.

“And I’m not going to be a princess if I don’t like men.” Cara said she is now trying to reverse years of shutting off her emotions.

She added: “I only learnt to be emotional and vulnerable in the last two years.

“Being English, I know that doesn’t really matter, but we don’t talk about emotions. We don’t cry. To cry, I would go and lock myself away.

‘I’ve made money but I’m deeply unhappy and alone’

“The self-hatred I had for feeling anything was so insane.

“So to be an actor was a bit mad because I found it impossible to get there. I would shame myself to try and cry. And I realised you have to be strong to be vulnerable.

“I had to love myself to let myself cry in front of people. That was the biggest lesson. There is strength in vulnerability. Acting, for me, has definitely been a process of learning.

“It’s taught me how to be vulnerable and feel emotions and tell the person I love, ‘You’ve hurt me’.”

Cara is the daughter of property developer Charles Delevingne and has two older sisters, socialite Chloe and actress Poppy.

She is also the god-daughter of Conde Nast magazine chief Nicholas Coleridge, whose firm publishes Vogue, and actress Joan Collins.

She was raised in London’s swanky Belgravia and for a time went to school at Bedales, Hants, where fees cost almost £12,000 per term.

But with increased maturity — and with millions in the bank — Cara has come to realise money alone does not make people happy.

Speaking in the US on the podcast RuPaul: What’s The Tee?, she said: “I definitely had a very privileged upbringing in terms of being able to travel and growing up in London, which I feel was incredible for me.

“Having a wonderful family and my father . . . he didn’t grow up with a lot of money and he is extremely ambitious and driven to look after his family and all of us.

“I also realised money is not everything. You get to the point where you’re like, ‘Oh, I’ve made money but I’m so deeply unhappy and alone’.”

Cara can always rely on some bedroom fun to cheer her up.


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