Michelle Rodriguez dating UK model Cara Delevingne

US actress Michelle Rodriguez has confirmed she is dating English model Cara Delevigne after the pair met through mutual friends

Michelle Rodriguez dating UK model Cara Delevingne
19 February 2014

American action film actress Michelle Rodriguez is dating 21-year-old English supermodel Cara Delevigne and were spotted together at a Prince concert in London on Monday night.

Rodriguez, 35, came out as bisexual in November of last year and this is the first time she has been linked publicly to another woman since coming out.

The pair reportedly met through friends and have been dating for six weeks, diving their time between London and Los Angeles.

‘It’s going really well. She’s so cool,’ Rodriguez reportedly told The Mirror of her relationship with Delevingne

‘When we started hanging out I just thought she was awesome, and we have the best time together. She’s hard though. You wouldn’t want to mess with her in a fight.’


 

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