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Cara Delevingne and Paris Jackson have matching tattoos now

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Paris Jackson (L) and Cara Delevingne pose for a photo before heading to an Oscars party

Cara Delevingne and Paris Jackson have gotten matching tattoos.

Moments before heading off to an Oscars party Sunday night (25 April), the pair took to Instagram to show off their coordinated looks as well as their new rose inkwork.

In an Instagram Story, the American Horror Story star snapped a photo of her arm next to Delevingne’s with the rose tatts visible.

For Jackson, 23, the fresh ink is tucked between a sunflower tattoo and one inspired by her late father Michael Jacksons’ Dangerous album.

Paris Jackson and Cara Delevingne have their arms side-by-side to show off their rose tattoos

Paris Jackson shared a snap of her and Cara Delevingne’s matching rose tattoos. (Screen capture via Instagram/@parisjackson)

Delevingne, 28, got inked just below a “breathe deep” tattoo on her arm.

Jackson and Delevingne linked arms in a photograph shared by stylist Rob Zangardi.


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Delevingne wore a sleek Ronald van der Kemp tuxedo top and trousers while Jackson donned a Monique Lhuillier gown, with Page Six later spotting the pair leaving the afterparty together.

Delevingne and Jackson have long sparked rumours of a romance in their years-long friendship.

Jackson spoke out about her sexuality in a 2020 interview with People magazine.

“I don’t feel like there is a label for my sexuality that fits,” the musician said.

“Labels in general, not just for sexuality but for everything, I think, are just ways for humans to make sense of the world, to be able to compartmentalise… We’re getting past the need for labels.

“It’s beautiful.”

The press has, at times, described Jackson as bisexual. She said it’s a label that, though not “hurtful”, “doesn’t feel right” for her.

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