Cara Delevingne’s $7million LA mansion DESTROYED in huge fire while she’s celebrating theatre show in London – but ‘HEARBROKEN’ supermodel reveals joy that her two cats were SAVED by firefighters in the blaze.

Cara Delevingne‘s $7million mansion in Los Angeles has been left virtually destroyed after a huge blaze tore apart the property in the early hours of Friday morning.

The 35-year-old British supermodel – who has overcome some personal struggles recently – was not staying at the residence at the time of the dramatic blaze as she is currently in the UK playing Sally Bowles in Cabaret on London’s West End.

After fearing that her two cats had perished in the fire, Cara took to her Instagram on Friday to confirm that her pets had in fact been saved by firefighters.

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In a now-deleted post, Cara had written alongside a picture of the two animals: ‘My heart is broken today. I cannot believe it. Life can change in a blink of an eye. So cherish what you have.’

She later told fans: ‘They are alive!! Thank you to the firefighters.’

Cara – who is dating the musical artist Minke – has been open about her commitment to sobriety recently, after years of partying lead to her having a stint in rehab.

Firefighters rushed to the scene after a 911 call was made around 3:57am PST, per TMZ.

Cara Delevingne escaped a potentially deadly fire at her $7million Los Angeles home in the early hours of Friday morning (the aftermath pictured above today)
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Cara Delevingne escaped a potentially deadly fire at her $7million Los Angeles home in the early hours of Friday morning (the aftermath pictured above today)

A total of 94 firefighters showed up to fight the blaze arriving in 13 different engines
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A total of 94 firefighters showed up to fight the blaze arriving in 13 different engines

Cara’s $7million mansion in Studio City, California is said to have been engulfed by flames that had spread to the attic, causing extreme damage to the expensive property.

A total of 94 firefighters showed up to fight the blaze arriving in 13 different engines.

It is believed that the blaze started in a backroom of the property, but it is currently unknown how the fire started.

Images obtained by DailyMail.com reveal that entire parts of the roof have now collapsed due to the fire.

DailyMail.com has reached out to representatives for the model.

It is said to have taken firefighters almost two hours to get the fire fully contained with at least one person injured, though it is not yet clear who.

TMZ claims that one firefighter fell from a ladder while trying to put out the blaze and was injured.

One person who was staying at Cara’s home was also said to have been treated for smoke inhalation.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Cara bought her her 8,000-square-foot mansion for $7 million in 2019.

Once the fire had been controlled a clearer view of the aftermath of the fire was seen
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Once the fire had been controlled a clearer view of the aftermath of the fire was seen

The 35-year-old British supermodel was pictured leaving the Playhouse Theatre in London on Thursday night before the blaze took place
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Cara before the fire started
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The 35-year-old British supermodel was pictured leaving the Playhouse Theatre in London on Thursday night before the blaze took place

The model was in for a rude awakening on Friday following the news of her house almost completely burning down
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The model was in for a rude awakening on Friday following the news of her house almost completely burning down

Extensive damage was shown throughout the property after the fire was extinguished
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Extensive damage was shown throughout the property after the fire was extinguished

Multiple areas of the roof collapsed due to the massive blaze
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Multiple areas of the roof collapsed due to the massive blaze

It is believed that the blaze started in a backroom of the expansive property, but it is currently unknown how the fire started. Firefighters were seen surveying the scene after Delevingne's cats were safely rescued and they put out the fire
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It is believed that the blaze started in a backroom of the expansive property, but it is currently unknown how the fire started. Firefighters were seen surveying the scene after Delevingne’s cats were safely rescued and they put out the fire

The model had initially believed that her two cats perished in the fire but later revealed they had been saved
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he model addressed the fire in a series of social media posts on Friday
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Cara then revealed the happy news that her cats were saved by firefighters
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The model had initially believed that her two cats perished in the fire but later revealed they had been saved

Cara is seen in a recent snap with her two cats at home
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Cara is seen in a recent snap with her two cats at home

Cara gave a tour of her beloved home to Architectural Digest magazine in 2021
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Cara gave a tour of her beloved home to Architectural Digest magazine in 2021

The model can be seen inside the luxury home before it was ravaged by the fire
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The model can be seen inside the luxury home before it was ravaged by the fire

The quirky interiors had clearly been a labor of love for the supermodel
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The quirky interiors had clearly been a labor of love for the supermodel

Cara previously owned a Hollywood home with her sister Poppy Delevingne that they bought from actor Jared Leto – and then sold to singer Usher for $3.4million in September 2022.

In March last year, Cara revealed she checked herself into rehab after ‘heartbreaking’ images published by DailyMail.com that had given her a wakeup call.

The model said she reflected on her mental health struggles and addiction battle after sparking concern with a series of troubled public appearances.

Speaking to Vogue magazine, she confessed that she hadn’t been ‘ready’ to tackle her demons until she fell into a ‘bad place’.

She explained: ‘I’ve had interventions of a sort, but I wasn’t ready. That’s the problem.

‘I hadn’t seen a therapist in three years. I just kind of pushed everyone away, which made me realize how much I was in a bad place.’

Cara's home in Studio City, California is said to have been engulfed by flames that had spread to the attic, with part of the roof collapsing as a result
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Cara’s home in Studio City, California is said to have been engulfed by flames that had spread to the attic, with part of the roof collapsing as a result

It is believed that the blaze started in a backroom of the property, but there is currently unknown how the fire started.
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It is believed that the blaze started in a backroom of the property, but there is currently unknown how the fire started.

It took firefighters almost two hours to get the fire fully contained and some were said to be injured
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It took firefighters almost two hours to get the fire fully contained and some were said to be injured

The report claims that one firefighter fell from a ladder while trying to put out the blaze and was injured
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The report claims that one firefighter fell from a ladder while trying to put out the blaze and was injured

One person who was staying at Cara's home was said to be treated for smoke inhalation.
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One person who was staying at Cara’s home was said to be treated for smoke inhalation.

The roof of the mansion looks as though it had collapsed due to the fire
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The roof of the mansion looks as though it had collapsed due to the fire

Her wellbeing had been at the forefront of her friends and family’s concern last year after she was pictured behaving erratically on various occasions.

The model explained that she had been lying to herself about her health and it wasn’t until she saw herself in the airport photographs that she realized she needed help.

‘I hadn’t slept. I was not okay,’ she explained. ‘It’s heartbreaking because I thought I was having fun, but at some point it was like, “Okay, I don’t look well.”

‘You know, sometimes you need a reality check, so in a way those pictures were something to be grateful for.’

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The aftermath on Friday showed smoke still billowing from the mansion
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The aftermath on Friday showed smoke still billowing from the mansion

It appeared that almost the entire roof of the mansion has been burned from the fire
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It appeared that almost the entire roof of the mansion has been burned from the fire

Cara will have woken up to the news about her LA home while in London
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Cara will have woken up to the news about her LA home while in London

An investigation will now be underway as to how the fire started
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An investigation will now be underway as to how the fire started

Almost half of Cara's home can be seen torn apart by the blaze
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Almost half of Cara’s home can be seen torn apart by the blaze

She confessed that she had many ‘shallow’ relationships because she would hold back on her emotions so as not to ‘burden’ anyone and because of her fear of abandonment.

‘If you ask any of my friends, they would say they’d never seen me cry,’ she confessed.

‘From September, I just needed support. I needed to start reaching out. And my old friends I’ve known since I was 13, they all came over and we started crying. They looked at me and said, “You deserve a chance to have joy.”‘

Through her work in therapy, Cara realized that she needed to stop chasing the idea of a ‘quick fix’ to healing and has committed to following the 12-step program.

She explained: ‘Before I was always into the quick fix of healing, going to a weeklong retreat or to a course for trauma, say, and that helped for a minute, but it didn’t ever really get to the nitty-gritty, the deeper stuff.’

While Cara has made peace with the fact that her journey won’t be straightforward, she said she struggles with the fact that outsiders don’t understand.

She shared her frustrations at people simplifying her struggles, noting that her recovery won’t happen ‘overnight’ and she’s aware it will be a lifelong commitment.

She explained: ‘This process obviously has its ups and downs, but I’ve started realizing so much. People want my story to be this after-school special where I just say, “Oh look, I was an addict, and now I’m sober and that’s it.”

‘And it’s not as simple as that. It doesn’t happen overnight…. Of course I want things to be instant – I think this generation especially, we want things to happen quickly—but I’ve had to dig deeper.’

Cara previously owned a Hollywood home with her sister Poppy Delevingne that they bought from actor Jared Leto (pictured above)
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Cara previously owned a Hollywood home with her sister Poppy Delevingne that they bought from actor Jared Leto (pictured above)

Reflecting on how her mental health impacted her addiction issues she explained that she fell into a deep depression during lockdown.

She started her quarantine in Los Angeles with Ashley Benson, her then ​girlfriend of almost two years but when the couple split: ‘I was alone, really alone…it was a low point.’

‘I just had a complete existential crisis. All my sense of belonging, all my validation—my identity, everything—was so wrapped up in work. And when that was gone, I felt like I had no purpose. I just wasn’t worth anything without work, and that was scary.

‘I got very wrapped up in misery, wallowing, and partying. It was a really sad time.’