Any colour you like as long as it’s Cara: Ms Delevingne gets her own colouring book
Blimey o’eyebrows, it seems that everywhere I look there’s a picture of model-of-the-moment Cara Delevingne.
True, that’s probably because I’m a total trash hound, sniffing out celebrity gossip at every opportunity, but still, Cara, her new tattoos, her dance moves, her onesie collection, oh and the ads of her wearing the clothes and cosmetics she’s paid to shill, stare out at me from magazines, computer screens and billboards.
Just in case you haven’t seen enough images of Cara’s attractive phizog, now you can get a colouring book – Colour Me Good Cara Delevingne, from the graphic designer who brought us the Ryan Gosling colouring-in book – devoted to her. Perhaps I should do her a favour by drawing on some nice dark glasses so she isn’t too dazzled by the limelight.
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