Cara Delevingnes racy confessions – silent orgasms, plane sex and elevator romp

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Cara Delevingne has never been shy when it comes to dishing on her sex life.

The British model has been open about her sexuality and once compared it to a "pendulum swinging".

She told the Make It Reign podcast: "The way I define myself still changes all the time, whether it's pansexual, bisexual – I don't really know.

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"It's like a pendulum swinging, but almost now I feel far more comfortable being bisexual than I used to."

As Cara turns 30, Daily Star takes a look inside her raciest ever sex confessions.

Plane sex

Cara has previously revealed that she is a frequent member of the Mile High Club.

Speaking in 2016, the Suicide Squad actress told Love Magazine: "I've had sex in planes a lot but I've always been caught.

"It's super-hard not to get caught."

During the interview, Cara also recounted an anecdote where she and a former partner asked an air stewardess to intervene after believing another passenger had been watching their steamy encounter.

Lost virginity

In a candid conversation with Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland on the EllenTube Lady Parts series in 2021, Cara confirmed she lost her virginity aged 18.

She said: "I didn't lose my virginity until I was like 18.

"I didn't get confident in sex until way later, but I also didn’t ever ask for what I wanted for so long."

The conversation followed Cara telling RuPaul's What the Tee? podcast that she "began having sex" at the same age in 2019.

Silent orgasms

During her chat with Sarah Hyland, Cara also opened up about her in-bedroom kinks.

On her penchant for "silent orgasms", she explained: "It's way more interesting if you have an orgasm and you don't [make noise], because I remember after being conditioned to think, 'this is the noise that people make.'

"I remember stopping making any noise or trying to really maintain it and it's so hot when you just try and not make any noise and feel it way more.

"It’s like, 'whoa!'"

Nipple clamp necklace

Recently, Cara surprised fans by appearing as Selena Gomez's character Mabel's love interest in Only Murders in the Building.

Cara plays art gallery owner Alice on the hit Disney+ show and, speaking recently, confessed that she had snuck a "nipple clamp necklace" into the final cut of one episode.

She told Entertainment Weekly: "That necklace that I’m wearing when she comes to the gallery for the first time was my own necklace.

"It's actually a nipple clamp, which is quite funny, and I don't know if any of them realised."

Sex bench vow

Cara and her former girlfriend Ashley Benson made headlines in 2019 when they were snapped carrying a sex bench into Cara's Hollywood home.

While admitting that she found the photos "hysterical", their release caused trouble for the Brit as she was forced to move house amid security concerns.

Despite the "heavy" attention, Cara later released her own range of sex toys and vowed to continue to live her life as she pleased.

She told Cosmopolitan: "I will walk out with many sex benches as a means to continue doing what I do."

Elevator quickie

During her Sarah Hyland chat, Cara also revealed that she once had elevator sex with a one-time love interest.

Describing the encounter as a "one-night stand", Cara said: "He was going to drive me home and we had sex in the elevator.

"I mean it was so sexy. It was amazing.

"It's not that I didn't like him, I had met him that day or whatever and was like, 'this is crazy'."

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