Cara Delevingne to host yoga sessions on Instagram Live

Cara Delevingne is hosting yoga sessions on Instagram Live for fans stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.The 27-year-old model took to social media to announce the news and performed the first session with her yoga therapist Colin Dunsmuir on …

Cara Delevingne is hosting yoga sessions on Instagram Live for fans stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 27-year-old model took to social media to announce the news and performed the first session with her yoga therapist Colin Dunsmuir on Sunday.

“I really hope you guys are staying safe wherever you are,” she began, before explaining that she will be appearing on sports giant Puma’s Instagram Live every Sunday until 3 May.

The duo will lead a workshop on yoga and meditation to help provide guidance on “nice things to do to help keep you busy and reflect on this crazy time,” Cara added.

“I’ll be going live on @puma Sundays at 10am PST for a yoga flow session with my fave instructor Colin to help clear our minds and move our bodies. I would absolutely love for you all to join me…” she captioned the video.

The wellbeing initiative is the latest collaboration between the sports brand and the model-turned-actress, who has served as a Puma brand ambassador since 2016.

Back in January, the Carnival Row star helped the brand launch its Rise sneaker, while she also teamed up with Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing to create a boxing-inspired capsule collection for Puma in October last year.

And Cara isn’t the only famous face to try and entertain fans and followers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Miley Cyrus has been hosting her own star-studded Instagram Live show every day during the lockdown, while Naomi Campbell’s talk show, No Filter with Naomi, airs on her YouTube channel.

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Orlando Bloom fixes misspelled Morse code tattoo

Orlando Bloom has fixed his Morse code tattoo so that his son’s name is now spelled correctly.The Carnival Row actor unveiled the ink on Instagram last week and explained that the series of dots, dashes, and numbers on his forearm was Morse code for hi…

Orlando Bloom has fixed his Morse code tattoo so that his son’s name is now spelled correctly.

The Carnival Row actor unveiled the ink on Instagram last week and explained that the series of dots, dashes, and numbers on his forearm was Morse code for his son Flynn’s name, alongside numbers representing the date and time of his birth.

However, he was alerted to a glaring error when his followers pointed out that the tattoo did not spell Flynn, in honour of the nine-year-old he shares with ex-wife Miranda Kerr, but “Frynn”, due to a single dot missing from the second letter.

The 43-year-old was quick to correct the mistake and saw the funny side of the error as he showcased the altered tattoo in a black-and-white snap on Instagram on Wednesday.

“Finally dot it right! How do you make a mistake like that?” he joked, before blaming a Morse code translator he had found on Pinterest for the spelling mistake.

“Fortunately I know how to spell Sidi. Forever my boy,” Orlando added alongside a picture of another new tattoo, this time featuring the name and image of his dog on the inside of his forearm.

After Orlando’s fans had pointed out the mistake in the original ink, tattooist Balazs Bercsenyi took to Instagram to share a picture of himself with the actor, and acknowledged the misspelling in the caption.

“A beautiful reminder for @orlandobloom of his son,” he wrote beside the picture. “And yes, a dot is missing, we know, it will be fixed.”

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Cara Delevingne sends first-ever ‘space selfie’

Cara Delevingne has sent a selfie photograph into space.The model/actress is no stranger to posing for the camera and often uploads candid shots of herself to her social media pages. However, Cara stepped up her selfie-taking skills for a new project e…

Cara Delevingne has sent a selfie photograph into space.

The model/actress is no stranger to posing for the camera and often uploads candid shots of herself to her social media pages.

However, Cara stepped up her selfie-taking skills for a new project earlier this week, as one of her snaps was lifted into the stratosphere as part of Samsung’s SpaceSelfie campaign. For the first “space selfie”, the 27-year-old is seen holding up a peace sign and wearing an astronaut helmet. She also snapped a group selfie at the launch event.

“Take a good look guys, this is the first ever #SpaceSelfie!” the Carnival Row star commented on her Instagram page. “Tonight, we became Space Pioneers, check out this epic group selfie that is now on its way into the stratosphere! Now it’s your turn, register now and show me what you’ve got. I’m waiting…”

Fans now also have the chance to join Cara in space by uploading their own snap to Samsung’s Mission Control website. Images will be selected at random, displayed on the S10 5G’s 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen and captured using a unique view of Earth as the backdrop. The photo will be made available for the owner to share.

“Tonight, we made history by unveiling the selfie sent into space,” stated Benjamin Braun, chief marketing officer of Samsung Europe. “Our relentless pioneering spirit continues to show that amazing things happen on a Samsung screen – even from the stratosphere.”

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Cara Delevingne: ‘Modelling had a negative impact on my acting’

Cara Delevingne’s modelling career had a detrimental effect on her acting because she kept “trying to look hot” in scenes. The 27-year-old became known for walking the runway and fronting advertising campaigns for fashion brands like Chanel before she…

Cara Delevingne’s modelling career had a detrimental effect on her acting because she kept “trying to look hot” in scenes.

The 27-year-old became known for walking the runway and fronting advertising campaigns for fashion brands like Chanel before she made her acting debut in 2012’s Anna Karenina, in which she played minor character Princess Sorokina.

But in a new interview with Elle U.K. magazine, Cara admitted the lessons she learned during her modelling career had a detrimental effect on her acting, because the film’s director Joe Wright kept having to remind her to be natural and in the moment.

“Honestly, fashion really f**ked me when it came to acting. When I did my first film – Anna Karenina, which I didn’t have a speaking part in – every time I was on screen, the director would come up to me and say, ‘Cara, you’re modelling again. Stop trying to look pretty,'” she recalled. “I was an extra with 60 other people on screen at the time. I was like, ‘But what do you mean?’ And he’d tell me, ‘You’re not in the moment, you’re just trying to look hot.’ I never thought I did that. Modelling makes you know where the camera is at all times, and you have to forget that when you’re acting.”

Cara has since appeared in films such as Paper Towns, Suicide Squad, and Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and is currently starring in TV series Carnival Row.

She stepped away from modelling because of her mental health and shared during the interview that, at one stage, the only thing she liked about herself was seeing billboards of her “looking pretty” in campaigns.

“Modelling fuelled this thing where pictures of me looking pretty were the only things I liked about myself,” the actress candidly admitted. “Take that away, and take the billboards away, and there was nothing left. It’s not that I thought I was pretty – the person on the billboard was pretty. It became a f**ked-up way to look at the world.”

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Cara Delevingne wonders if Karl Lagerfeld was happy working until he died

Cara Delevingne often wonders if Karl Lagerfeld was happy working in the fashion industry right up until his death. The legendary Chanel and Fendi creative director continued working right up until he got sick in early 2019 and subsequently passed away…

Cara Delevingne often wonders if Karl Lagerfeld was happy working in the fashion industry right up until his death.

The legendary Chanel and Fendi creative director continued working right up until he got sick in early 2019 and subsequently passed away due to complications of pancreatic cancer at the age of 85 in February.

In a new interview with Marie Claire magazine, Delevingne, who was a Chanel muse and close friend of Lagerfeld’s, described the fashion icon as a “best friend, father, grandfather, fairy godmother, like Peter Pan,” but also questioned why he felt the need to keep busy until the end.

“The fashion industry breeds this thing of never being good enough. Was he happy? Did he feel proud?” she asked.

The 27-year-old wrote a moving tribute to Lagerfeld on social media after his passing in which she told her followers, “He changed my life, he believed in me when so many others didn’t – including myself.”

It was recently announced that the Suicide Squad star was taking part in A Tribute to Karl: The White Shirt Project, in which she will design a top inspired by Lagerfeld’s signature crisp, white, high-collared shirt. The garments, also designed by Kate Moss and Amber Valletta, will benefit the French charity Sauver la Vie, which the late designer quietly supported.

The British model-turned-actress signed a modelling contract a decade ago and went on to walk the runway for the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Valentino and Louis Vuitton, but she is now mostly focused on her acting career, which includes an upcoming role in Amazon series Carnival Row.

She admitted to Marie Claire that she used her hectic modelling schedule to escape her personal problems.

“Work to me was such an escape. I don’t like using it that way anymore. I want to use it as a platform, where I’m not just running from my problems,” Delevingne, who still works with brands like Puma and Dior, stated.

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