Ashley Benson may just have confirmed relationship with Cara Delevingne, after commenting 'Mine' on her social media pic

The 28-year-old left three flirty comments on Cara Delevingne's latest Instagram post and even called her "Mine."


                            Ashley Benson may just have confirmed relationship with Cara Delevingne, after commenting 'Mine' on her social media pic

Nearly a month after Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne were spotted kissing, the 'Pretty Little Liars' alum left a flirtatious comment on the model’s Instagram account and may have just confirmed their relationship status.

On Monday, 28-year-old Benson wrote “mine” in the comments section under 26-year-old Delevingne’s latest Instagram photo of herself. Fans were quick to spot the comment and the Instagram account Comments by Celebs, also regrammed the comment.

The actress commented further; “I can see your” with three sushi emojis and also commented again with the poop emoji.

In the photo, Delevingne looks away from the camera as she clutches her mini gold sheer dress.

Benson was first photographed kissing Delevingne on August 14 after they landed in London’s Heathrow airport. While waiting for a taxi, they were spotted kissing multiple times, and Delevingne had her arm wrapped around Benson.

In August, Benson revealed to People why she chooses to keep her relationships private.



 

“I think it’s the best way in any relationship,” she shared. “I’ve always been very private about them, and I think it’s just better.”

“I mean it’s hard, I don’t know, you kind of can’t get away from that if you’re in the public eye,” said Benson. “I just kinda try to keep myself as private as possible.”

The pair celebrated Delevingne’s birthday together last month and Benson was photographed wearing a ‘C’ initial necklace, however, they had not commented about their relationship or even hinted it on social media.

(Screenshot/ Instagram)
(Screenshot/ Instagram)

Benson, who in the same interview with people had said that living in New York has given her more anonymity.

“That’s one good thing about living in New York — I can live kind of a normal lifestyle,” she said, adding that “in L.A., the paparazzi are really bad, but here I can kind of just walk anywhere and not be bothered.”