Why Cara Delevingne Skipped the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2016

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Dec 06, 2016 10:44 AM EST
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Fans were eagerly waiting that Cara Delevingne would surprise them with an appearance in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2016. But to their utter disappointment that did not happen. Cara was nowhere to seen in the show. At first, reports surfaced that Victoria's Secret rejected Delevingne for this year's show. But the real reason behind Cara's absence is totally different and came out when the model shut down those offensive rumors by posting a letter from Ed Razek himself.

The truth came out when Cara made an appearance in Snapchat to share a video of her sister Poppy. Cara Delevingne was with her family and friends on a plane to Maldives for a holiday. Delevingne also stated that she was enjoying sun and sand, noted Elle.

Earlier, a tabloid report claimed that Cara Delevingne is rejected by Victoria's Secret as she is bloating. Though Cara was not cast in the show this year, she took to Instagram to respond to the offensive report and posted the invitation letter from Ed Razek himself which was indicating at the baselessness of the tabloid report.

It seems Cara Delevingne rejected the invitation this time as she wanted to go to Maldives with her family. After spending a few days in the beaches the model shared a picture of a pair of Puma sneakers on sand, reported Teen Vogue. This hinted that she was enjoying the trip with her family while rest of the world is disturbed by her absence in the show.

Razek in his statement supported Cara and also said that the tabloid never bothered to fact check with him. He revealed that Cara Delevingne is the first person to be invited to the show. There was no casting and she was ardently confirmed. Whatever the reason behind her absence from the show the fans have missed her very much and they are hoping that she will make a comeback to the famous runaway show very soon.

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