Now it seems that one international star shares a curious reference to Eire, and the nation’s flag service airline specifically.
His grandfather was Hamar Greenwood, the final British chief secretary to Eire. Charles Delevingne was a part of a bunch of family members of the negotiators of the Anglo-Irish Treaty who gathered to have fun 100 years since its signing.
“I keep in mind I used to go backwards and forwards to Dublin so much, and the identify of the Aer Lingus magazine was Cara. I liked the identify,” he advised the Irish Occasions. “I am right here to have fun 100 years of Anglo-Irish friendship. Lengthy might it proceed.”
Aer Lingus, Eire’s flag service airline, used to supply “Cara” as a free in-flight magazine till manufacturing was halted final yr amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The obvious revelation sparked incredulous feedback on social media.
“She did nicely,” wrote one Twitter consumer. “I really feel sorry for her brother, HighLife, from that point Charles flew on British Airways.”
Since 1973 the British flag service airline has revealed “Excessive Life,” its in-flight magazine.
Cara means “good friend” in Gaelic, and one Twitter consumer puzzled why her father appeared to have taken inspiration from the Aer Lingus handout.
“Named after a magazine and never the precise phrase,” they wrote. “Is smart.”
Cara Delevingne is a British supermodel-turned-actress who has featured in high-fashion shoots for Burberry and British Vogue, in addition to massive price range film roles within the DC Universe.
Her father is a property developer.