Following a spate of unsettling public appearances, Cara Delevingne is now appearing to be in good health.
The 30-year-old supermodel from London made an appearance at the Fremantle Photocall as part of MIPCOM 2022 in Cannes on Monday night, rocking immaculate attire and a composed manner.
Delevingne wore a black strapless cut-out minidress for the event, which she accessorized with matching pointed-toe shoes and a straightforward gold necklace.
The actress from “Only Murders in the Building” had caramel-colored hair that was done in free-flowing curls that fell to the sides of her shoulders.
Delevingne has made two public appearances since worries about her health and wellbeing first surfaced.
At a Paris Fashion Week event late last month, the Victoria’s Secret Angel looked resplendent in creations from her Cara Loves Karl collaboration with Chanel’s late creative director, Karl Lagerfeld.
Delevingne has made only two public appearances since raising questions about her health and well-being, missing the collection’s launch party during New York Fashion Week the week prior.
When cameras caught a disheveled-appearing Delevingne arriving at California’s Van Nuys Airport with her feet hanging out of the backseat window of an SUV, she made headlines for acting erratically and making a scene.
The restless, fragile, and shoeless model was caught on camera walking the runway with her dog in tow while chain-smoking and dropping her phone multiple times.
Delevingne’s pal, Margot Robbie, was photographed days later looking visibly upset after leaving the former’s West Hollywood home, which was followed by reports claiming the model’s friends were “desperate” for her to get help.
Sources told TMZ that Delevingne’s loved ones — including her “Suicide Squad” co-star — were worried that she’s been struggling with a combination of mental health and substance abuse issues.
The outlet reported that Robbie, 32, was distraught with “good reason” over what she allegedly saw when she visited her pal, claiming that she’s been “advocating” for Delevingne to enter a treatment program.