Cara Delevingne Looks Just Like Her Late Grandmother Who Died at 102: See the Vintage Pics 

Cara Delevingne at the Elle Style Awards 2014 on February 18.
Cara Delevingne gave a tribute to her deceased grandmother Angela Delevingne and her eyebrows on Monday, Jan. 5. Samir Hussein/WireImage.com

Legendary brows!  

Cara Delevingne is mourning the loss of her grandmother Angela Delevingne, and the model took to Instagram to memorialize her family matriarch who died at the age of 102. 

 

"Rest in peace Angela Delevingne the kindest, most intelligent and wickedly funny human I have ever had the pleasure of knowing let alone being related to," she wrote in the caption. "An amazing mother, grandmother, great grandmother and also friend." 

 

In the photo collage, the British stunner, 22, gave a shout-out to her grandmother's bold eyebrows, which she was lucky enough to have inherited. "You will live forever in my heart and will be missed dearly by all," Delevingne continued in tribute. "You truly had the best eyebrows in the world."  

 

The younger Delevingne's power brows came into popularity when she stormed the fashion scene in 2011. Since then, they've taken on a life of their own with many women duplicating the look via grooming kits, eyebrow stencils, and tutorials all over the Internet.

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