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‘Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne’: Who are the supermodel’s uberwealthy parents?

Cara Delevingne's father Charles is a real estate magnate while her mother Pandora is a wealthy socialte
Cara Delevingne comes from a wealthy family as her father, Charles, is a real estate magnate and her mother, Pandora, is a wealthy socialite (pandoradel/Instagram)
Cara Delevingne comes from a wealthy family as her father, Charles, is a real estate magnate and her mother, Pandora, is a wealthy socialite (pandoradel/Instagram)

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: Cara Delevingne knows how to balance the world's attention on her work, advocacy, and personality since she grew up in the spotlight. In truth, the supermodel comes from one of Britain's most recognized and wealthiest families.

Delevingne is a supermodel with various interests outside of modeling. According to Harper's Bazaar, Delevingne co-starred in 'Carnival Row' with Orlando Bloom, recorded backup vocals on a Fiona Apple album, created two organizations and is a partner in an adult toy company. She completed all of these projects while traveling the world as the face of Dior. In her forthcoming docu-series, 'Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne,' the model-actor-singer-businesswoman is going to tackle important themes about human sexuality, exploring problems such as relationships, sex appeal, and the prevalence of pornography. Before the series hits the streaming platform, Hulu, let's explore the relationship the 'Paper Towns' actress shares with her parents.


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Who are Cara Delevingne's Parents?

Delevingne was born into a wealthy family. According to the Evening Standard, the Delevingne family has long been a member of London's high society. "I suspect Cara is not particularly fazed by social situations because she comes from a very social family," British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman told the Standard in 2015.

According to the Daily Mail, her mother, Pandora, was a debutante from a privileged family who suffered from heroin addiction for years. Her father, Charles, is the founder of Harvey White Properties Limited.

Delevingne was raised in a luxurious Belgravia home in London, but her upbringing was anything from idyllic. Delevingne acknowledged that her mother's addiction was a key part of her upbringing, as mentioned in a 2015 Vogue interview. "It shapes the childhood of every kid whose parent has an addiction. You grow up too quickly because you're parenting your parents," the supermodel told Vogue.

Delevingne's mother is a socialite and former personal shopper at Selfridges. Pandora was born into a distinguished household, since her mother was Janie Sheffield, Princess Margaret's lady-in-waiting. Pandora was close friends with Princess Margaret, according to The Daily Mail. Jocelyn Stevens, Pandora's father, was a newspaper publisher who founded Queen and subsequently became the managing director of the Evening Standard and the Daily Express. According to The Daily Mail, Pandora  stated in a 2016 interview that her heroin addiction began when she felt the pressure to excel in high society and grew up in a wealthy household. She was still dealing with bipolar disorder and depression. She was not diagnosed with bipolar until she was 30.


Charles is a real estate developer. He is the founder and director of Harvey White Properties Limited and The Ultimate Travel Company. Charles was also born into a respectable family. His grandfather was Hamar Greenwood, a politician who served as Ireland's Chief Secretary from 1920 to 1922. Charles' father was also the ex-husband of Countess Felicia Gizycki, who was the daughter of Washington Times-Herald editor Cissy Patterson. Furthermore, his aunt, Doris, was well-known in London high society and allegedly captivated Winston Churchill, according to The Daily Mail.


Charles did not grow up wealthy, but "his looks and charm got him invited everywhere," according to Vogue.