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Cara Delevingne puts on VERY leggy display as she rocks black mini skirt and towering stilettos

She recently insisted that she hasn’t given up modelling for acting at the Carnival Row premiere. 

And Cara Delevingne echoed that sentiment as she turned the streets of London into a catwalk while out and about on Thursday.

The 27-year-old put on a very leggy display in a black mini skirt, a pale grey jumper and killer heels as she strutted through the capital. 

Walk this way: Cara Delevingne turned the streets of London into a catwalk while out and about on Thursday

Walk this way: Cara Delevingne turned the streets of London into a catwalk while out and about on Thursday

Looking effortlessly chic, Cara showcased her endless pins in the thigh-skimming, structured mini skirt.

The star teamed this with a pale grey Queen of hearts cropped jumper and added height to her frame in a pair of towering red and black killer heels.

Cara also carried her essentials in a stylish, black cross body bag.  

The Suicide Squad star styled her blonde tresses into cute space buns and accentuated her striking features with a dramatic palette of make-up to her face.

Stunning: The 27-year-old put on a very leggy display in a black mini skirt, a pale grey jumper and killer heels as she strutted through the capital

Stunning: The 27-year-old put on a very leggy display in a black mini skirt, a pale grey jumper and killer heels as she strutted through the capital

Cara’s outing comes just a day after she stunned on the red carpet for the premiere of her new series Carnival Row. 

The model wowed as she arrived in an ab-baring beaded monochrome crop top, teamed with a matching skirt, as she posed up a storm with co-star Orlando Bloom. 

Wearing her golden locks in a sleek, swept back style, Cara highlighted her natural beauty with a touch of bold makeup that included orange and pink eyeshadow.

Meanwhile, 42-year-old actor Orlando cut a dapper figure in a teal suit, which he teamed with a powder blue top and polished brown Oxfords.

Style Queen: Looking effortlessly chic, Cara showcased her endless pins in the thigh-skimming, structured mini skirt

Style Queen: Looking effortlessly chic, Cara showcased her endless pins in the thigh-skimming, structured mini skirt

Flawless: The star teamed this with a pale grey Queen of hearts cropped jumper and added height to her frame in a pair of towering red and black killer heels

Fashionista: Cara also carried her essentials in a stylish, black cross body bag

Flawless: The star teamed this with a pale grey Queen of hearts cropped jumper and added height to her frame in a pair of towering red and black killer heels

Gorgeous: The Suicide Squad star styled her blonde tresses into cute space buns and accentuated her striking features with a dramatic palette of make-up to her face

Gorgeous: The Suicide Squad star styled her blonde tresses into cute space buns and accentuated her striking features with a dramatic palette of make-up to her face

At the event, Cara insisted that she hasn’t turned her back on her first love, modelling. 

When asked if she’ll return to the catwalk, she told MailOnline: ‘Return? I never left. I don’t think you have to pick and choose what you do, especially as a creative person.

‘There are many different ways to express yourself, I don’t think you should stop yourself from doing anything.’

On what it was like to work with Orlando and the cast, she said: ‘The cast made it, and to be honest the crew, everyone on set. The camaraderie on set, and the passion and the care for every detail.

Showstopping: Cara's outing comes just a day after she stunned on the red carpet for the premiere of her new series Carnival Row

Showstopping: Cara’s outing comes just a day after she stunned on the red carpet for the premiere of her new series Carnival Row

Catwalk star:  When asked if she'll return to the catwalk, she told MailOnline: 'Return? I never left. I don’t think you have to pick and choose what you do, especially as a creative person'

Catwalk star:  When asked if she’ll return to the catwalk, she told MailOnline: ‘Return? I never left. I don’t think you have to pick and choose what you do, especially as a creative person’

‘The crew made this what this is. I know that people can’t see it but they’re there. But Orlando, he’s a brilliant actor and it was amazing to work with someone who had the same passion to make this stand out and be something different.’ 

Despite making two very fashionable appearance in recent days, Cara recently  revealed she prefers to be naked rather than fully clothed. 

Discussing her love of fashion, with The i Newspaper, she said: ‘I like clothes, just not all the time. I prefer to be naked – what can I say?’

But, while she’s known for being a catwalk queen and her sartorial prowess, Cara admitted that she was always drawn to acting.

Catching the eye: Cara's eye-catching two-piece boasted an art deco design, which descended into glittering tassels along the hem of her mesh-accented skirt

Catching the eye: Cara’s eye-catching two-piece boasted an art deco design, which descended into glittering tassels along the hem of her mesh-accented skirt

Stylish: The 27-year-old model-turned-actress wowed as she arrived in an ab-baring beaded monochrome crop top, teamed with a matching skirt

True blue: Meanwhile, Orlando looked dapper in a teal suit

Stylish: The 27-year-old model-turned-actress wowed as she arrived in an ab-baring beaded monochrome crop top, teamed with a matching skirt, while Orlando looked dapper in teal

‘As a kid, I saw myself as an actress. I was such a little drama queen, always running around. Even before I began acting, I was so ready to do that,’ she explained.

Admitting that she learns ‘so much’ with every acting job she has, Cara said she finds ‘it hard to be vulnerable’ for roles like refugee fairy Vignette Stonemoss in her forthcoming fantasy series in Carnival Row.

She explained: ‘That’s why I love film, because it’s about being more open with myself emotionally, and that’s the best gift ever.’

The nine-episode series, created by Travis Beacham, is set in a Victorian-era fantasy world where mythological immigrant creatures have been driven from their homelands by humans.

Chatting: On what it was like to work with Orlando and the cast, she said: 'The cast made it, and to be honest the crew, everyone on set'

Chatting: On what it was like to work with Orlando and the cast, she said: ‘The cast made it, and to be honest the crew, everyone on set’

Daily Mail UK

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