Cara Delevingne's parents have asked her to move out of their home. So she has to search for a new home.
Cara Delevingne can not stay with her parents anymore. The 21-year-old British model and actress has lived until now with her parents, Charles and Pandora, in their Belgravia mansion in London.
But her parents have now asked the young model to move out and find a new home for her self although she has no dispute with her father and mother.
"Cara has always lived at home and gets on very well with her parents so it made sense for her to stay put," a source told The Sun newspaper.
Then why has she been asked to move out. Actually, Cara's parents have decided to live in a smaller home. And Cara is used to having a big and ever-expanding wardrobe which cannot be accommodated in the newer and smaller home of her parents.
"Charles and Pandora are selling up to buy a smaller house now that their kids have grown up. They told Cara she needs to find her own digs because they won't have room for her and her ever-growing wardrobe," said the source.
If Cara has really been asked to move out, she must be searching for a big new first home for herself. And it is said that Cara Delevingne is searching for a "spacious and super-quiet" home in London's posh area with the help of her elder sister Poppy, 25.
Cara's parents have actually asked Poppy to come and help her in the search for a new home.
"Poppy is helping her with viewings. She wants space, lots of privacy and somewhere super-quiet so all the attention she gets doesn't create a nightmare for a new neighbor," the insider said.
The source added: "This is a big deal for Cara. She was due to move in with Georgia May Jagger in Camden last year but that fell through because Georgia got a boyfriend and Cara didn't want to be a third wheel."