This is what happened when someone told Cara Delevingne to 'get a real job'

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Cara Delevingne isn't afraid to fight back against haters – remember when she slammed body-shaming speculation last year?

Now, the model has hit back against one Twitter user after he told her to 'get a real job'.

Cara tweeted that she was about to "do something incredibly exciting and I am very nervous", which was met with a rude reply...

Cara hit back against a Twitter user

"Hopefully an interview for a real job," they wrote. "Your looks will fade, Cara. You can't cash in on your eyebrows forever."

Cara was quick to reply, saying: "You will regret saying that. I am actually trying to do something good. This has nothing to do with my 'looks'."

It transpired that Cara was on her way to Ugana to do work with Sudanese Refugees on behalf of the United Nation Foundation's Girl up programme.

Cara has been in Uganda

Last year, a publication reported that casting directors had struck Cara from the roster in 2014 because she looked 'bloated'.

Just hours later, the star hit back on Instagram, posting a shot of a letter from the show's producer, Edward Razek, that refutes the claims.

The model has been working with Sudanese refugees

"We tried to have you there," wrote Ed. "So allow me to extend the invitation once again. If you're free on November 30, please join us in Paris?"

Cara captioned the shot: "It's shameless to discuss women's bodies just to sell papers. #bloated."

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