Cara Delevingne’s frail and unsettling appearance is said to have a tragic backstory. In recent months, her friends and fans have expressed concern that her mental health has deteriorated due to her public status.
The buzz intensified when she attended the Burning Man premiere, where she wore a cluttered look.
According to a Page Six report, the model’s alleged addiction stemmed from what happened to her mother.
“A doctor friend told me they’re planning to stage an intervention. Everyone knows her mother abused substances for years. Her mother is lucky to be alive. Cara spent her whole life being around drugs. “
Her mother, Pandora Delevingne, has previously been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. According to Harvard Medical School’s Harvard Health Publishing, the condition is also known as manic depressive illness or manic depression. It can cause patients to experience extreme mood swings, causing them to be extremely active or inactive during the episodes.
Throughout Delevingne’s childhood, her mother was a drug user, and she was even labeled as a former heroin addict.
The public immediately compared her recent behavior to that of her mother.
Following those episodes, the 30-year-old English model recently transformed for the New York Fashion Week on September 13.
Although Delevingne’s attendance at the Burning Man Festival generated a lot of attention, her strange behavior began much earlier.
She opened up about her stressful childhood because of her mother’s heroin addiction before giving birth to her and her sisters in the March cover story of Harper’s Bazaar UK.
She stated that her mental health began to deteriorate as a teenager. It worsened when she experienced severe depression and anxiety while attempting to discover the truth about her sexuality.
She came out as pansexual in 2020.
According to Delevingne, she would have hated herself less if there had been more LGBTQ+ public figures when she was struggling.
Despite this, she looked on the bright side and realized that growing up as a queer aided her desire to make the lives of others much easier.