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Cara Delevingne Opened up about the expectations from the next decade of her life

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Model-actress Cara Delevingne opened up about her expectations for the next decade of her life. She will soon turn 30 in the next few months. During her recent interview with Entertainment Tonight the actress unveiled a lot of facts about her expectations in life. She was there to promote her upcoming series Carnival Row where she play Vignette Stonemoss

Cara Delevingne will take the time to heal and focus on herself in her 30s

In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight while promoting the second season of her long-awaited series Carnival Row the 29-year-old said, “I think after turning 30, there was a lot that clicked. I think my 20s were brilliant, but there were a lot of different things I wanted to focus on. I think there was a part of me that still felt, like, I was insecure in my teenage years and questioning and a bit of like self-doubt all the time.”

She shares, “[But] that is a real thing, about women being in their prime in their 30s? I just don’t care anymore. I’m a lot more gentle with myself and nice to myself and I think something’s changed this year, for sure.”

Moreover, she revealed in her 20s, she “did so much for other people’s approval and love,” and she found herself asking, “Why? That doesn’t matter and it’s not going to make you love yourself more. It just doesn’t.” Although, in the new phase of her life she is”taking the time to heal and focus on myself and what I want to do.”

Later on, Delevingne revealed her feelings as her drama Carnival Row will end this season. She said, “I started when I was 23, and you have so many memories in that place. [It was] so fun, and so fulfilling. But it just ended in the most perfect way. So yeah, bittersweet is the perfect way to describe it.”

She continues, “I got to keep my knife. That was cool. [And] there were, like, other little bits. Like I had a matchbox I kept.”

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