The most sought-after model and world-class star Cara Delevingne is currently in Prague. She went to our metropolis for a work project, but she can definitely enjoy her free time. In a short visit, she managed to try a pedal boat, where she was assisted by her cute dog.
In Prague, the model and actress is shooting the fantasy series Carnival Row for Amazon, where she plays the fairy Vignette Stonemoss. In addition to her, her acting colleague Orlando Bloom also visited the Czech Republic. They are both not here for the first time, as they have worked here in the past.
Cara should be filming until September. But he is definitely not going to work to his death. He can also enjoy his free time. So I decided to try a pedal boat. She then sailed on the Vltava with her cute dog. “All paws on board,” she wrote of the picture with the man’s best friend.
The dog seemed to prefer to jump into the water and swim. He was obviously not afraid. No wonder if he is used to traveling around the world like this with his famous mistress. Nothing will surprise him much. He’s certainly glad he’s been out so long. Tsar loves going to Prague.
The actress loves wandering through Prague
“I absolutely adore Prague! I don’t remember which church I was in, but I go sightseeing a lot and adore the city, even though the language is a bit difficult, “admits Cara in an interview for Refresher and every stranger will prove her right.
“The only thing I know in Czech is the ‘most rounded’… Something like ‘the most round thing’? I don’t drink beer, so… I know people in the Czech Republic will think it’s unbelievable. But she says she’s very good, “I think the model, who has been playing more recently and also feels like an actress.
“I think I actually played as a model all the time because I don’t feel like her, but I learned a lot, it was like acting lessons. Playing is such a purgatory and due to my inner uncertainty… modeling was not the best for me mentally and emotionally, ”reveals Cara, who is glad that she no longer has to stroll on the piers.