Poppy's looking for a love nest

November 2013
Mail on Sunday;11/17/2013, p20
POPPY Delevingne, left, is moving out of the flat in Belgravia that she shares with wild-child sister Cara to set up home with fiance James Cook. 'I think it's time for a change. We're looking for a place,' Poppy, 27, told me at the opening of the ice rink at Somerset House, sponsored by Coach.


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