CARA Delevingne and Ashley Benson have reportedly ended their relationship after almost two years together.
The pair, who lived together, are thought to have split at the beginning of April.
Sources close to the couple admitted that “Cara and Ashley always had their ups and down before but it’s over now”.
“Their relationship just ran its course,” the insider told People.
The British model admitted in 2019 that she wasn’t looking for romance with Pretty Little Liars star Ashley when they met on the set of Alex Ross Perry’s Her Smell film in 2018.
Cara said: “We weren’t looking for it. It was really just very authentic and natural.”
Cara Delevingne snogged girlfriend Ashley Benson as the loved-up couple watched the US Open women’s final[/caption]
Actress Ashley, 29, was relaxed as she rested her head on Cara’s shoulder[/caption]
They went Instagram official almost a year later at the TrevorLIVE Gala in June 2019
She explained why she went Instagram official with their romance at that point, telling Marie Claire: “I don’t know—because it is Pride, it’s been 50 years since Stonewall [Riots] happened, and I don’t know. It’s been just about our one year anniversary, so why not?”
Later in 2019 they wed in Las Vegas, although sources later confirmed it wasn’t legally binding.
After being declared “wife and wife” by a Presley impersonator, they posed for their first photos as newlyweds in a pink Cadillac.
Just a handful of guests — thought to have included Charlize Theron, The Jonas Brothers and Sophie Turner — witnessed the ceremony at the Little Vegas Chapel in Las Vegas Boulevard.
The brides both wore black with Ashley, 29, wearing high heels and carrying a bouquet.
Michael Kelly, who owns the chapel, told the Sun on Sunday: “They were sure about what they are doing and they were sure about what they mean to each other.
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“They were clearly devoted to each other and they had the biggest smiles on their faces.
“You could see that they were serious about what they were doing but having the most fun. They wanted it simple, quiet and easy.”