They’re beautiful, rich and all successful in their own right, but it hasn’t always been easy for the Delevingne sisters – Cara, 24, Poppy, 30, and Chloe, 32, - as they reveal in their first interview together for PORTER.
The trio open up about the difficulties they faced when they were younger (their mother, Pandora, 56, struggled with heroin addiction before they were born and was later diagnosed as bipolar) but also their close relationships with each other, with Cara joking that if her elder siblings were to kill someone, she would “help bury the body”.
Poppy added: “We have all learned that addiction and mental illnesses are illnesses and I think a lot of people overlook that it is a chemical imbalance; it’s like cancer, a sickness and people need to see it as that. So when people ask me, ‘Are you angry with your mum?’ I’m like, ‘No there is nothing to be angry about’.”
Little sister Cara may be the most well-known sibling, but all three are successful in their own right: Poppy is also a fashion model and Chloe is a charity campaigner and mother of two. “We are very lucky,” says Chloe. “The chemistry between us is kind of perfect.”
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