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Cara Delevingne just announced an unexpected new career move

March 15, 2017
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Cara Delevingne is already a successful model-turned-movie star, and now she is adding author to her extensive CV with the release of her debut novel. The Suicide Squad star took to Instagram to reveal the news on Tuesday, saying it was a "pinch me moment" to be holding the manuscript for her book Mirror, Mirror.

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"Announcing my first novel Mirror, Mirror, coming out this October! SO EXCITED!!!" Cara wrote, before sharing some details of the plot: "Mirror, Mirror is a twisty coming-of-age story about sixteen year old friends Red, Leo, Naima and Rose who are all trying to figure out who they are and navigate the minefield of school and relationships. Until it all changes one day... (queue scary music)."

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Cara Delevingne is releasing her first novel later this year

Cara added: "I love these characters so much, I love what they stand for, what this story represents. The process of putting this novel together has been life changing and something I hold really close to my heart!! I cannot wait to share with everyone!"

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The 24-year-old also shared her ambition to start her own "big virtual book club", telling fans: "I want us to talk about this time in life, self discovery, friendship, pain, triumph!! Being a teenager!! The experiences that shape YOU!"

The model said she was "so excited" about sharing the book

Cara has pursued a number of different passions throughout her career, and recently hit back at one Twitter user who told her to "get a real job". The model tweeted that she was about to "do something incredibly exciting and I am very nervous", which was met with a rude reply. "Hopefully an interview for a real job," they wrote. "Your looks will fade, Cara. You can't cash in on your eyebrows forever."

The outspoken model 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 Uganda to do work with Sudanese Refugees on behalf of the United Nation Foundation's Girl up programme.

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