“I remember I used to go backwards and forwards to Dublin a lot, and the name of the Aer Lingus magazine was Cara. I loved the name,” he told the Irish Times. “I’m here to celebrate 100 years of Anglo-Irish friendship. Long may it continue.”
Aer Lingus, Ireland’s flag carrier airline, used to provide “Cara” as a free in-flight magazine until production was halted last year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The apparent revelation sparked incredulous comments on social media.
“She did well,” het een Twitter-gebruiker geskryf. “I feel sorry for her brother, HighLife, from that time Charles flew on British Airways.”
Sedert 1973 the British flag carrier airline has published “High Life,” its in-flight magazine.
Cara means “vriend” in Gaelic, and one Twitter user wondered why her father seemed to have taken inspiration from the Aer Lingus handout.
“Named after a magazine and not the actual word,” het hulle geskryf. “Makes sense.”
Cara Delevingne is a British supermodel-turned-actress who has featured in high-fashion shoots for Burberry and British Vogue, as well as big budget movie roles in the DC Universe.
Her father is a property developer.