Cara Delevingne had a hard time with accepting her own sexuality because she as a child had influenced by the stories of Disney princesses. That tells the model in a podcast from the American show host and drag queen RuPaul.
Delevingne calls himself ‘sexually fluid’, which she wants to say that they people can fall, regardless of their gender. In the podcast, RuPaul tells them that they did not themselves could accept and that has to do with the Disney movies when she was a child to see.
“All Disney princesses are in love with a man. So now once. I thought to myself that I was never a princess could be if I were not also only to men would fall,” she says.
Delevingne expresses the hope that Disney soon with a character that does not come to the heteronorm meets. Presenter and singer Michelle Visage, who was also present during the meeting, adding that Disney creates a world of difference could make.
From 2015 to 2016 had Delevingne in a relationship with singer Annie Clark, who is better known under her stage name St. Vincent.