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Cara Delevingne was first shot by Bruce Weber for a feature on milliner Phillip Treacy in a 2003 issue of Vogue Italia, the results of which you can see above. She, at ten-years-old, posed demurely alongside model Lady Eloise Anson, and Treacy told the Daily Mail, "Cara probably doesn't remember but she was gorgeous then." Add that to the list of models' adorable childhood pics.
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