Cara Delevingne suffered ‘pain’ after going sober

Opening up about how she would suffer terrible headaches due to drinking too many sugary soft drinks on nights out after she ditched alcohol, Cara Delevingne has admitted her sobriety journey started with surprising mornings of “pain”.



Cara Delevingne suffered surprise “pain” from going sober.

The model, 31, is launching her alcohol-free wine Della Vite and said when she ditched drink almost two years ago she thought she would end up feeling better on mornings after she went out and dodged booze – but instead experienced “terrible” headaches the following day as she was ending up drinking sugar-packed soft drinks.

She told The Sun in a chat to promote her new wine: “Nearly two years ago when I got sober, I thought, ‘I probably won’t go out as much, my life’s probably going to change’.

“And to be honest I went out way more than before – which is great, apart from when you go out, you drink a hell of a lot of sugar.

“I’d wake up in the morning with a terrible headache, and I was like, ‘What?’

“I’m sober to be healthy and to be happy. Instead, I feel left with pain.”

Cara decided to create her wine brand to keep away the headaches, and added:. “We wanted to make something that was beautiful tasting, great quality but low sugar and low calories.

“I just like having something in my hand. For me, it was never about the alcohol.

“Whether it’s a wedding or someone has broken up with someone, you reunite over a glass of something.

“It’s not about being sober, it’s about being yourself. When I want to go out to have fun, I want to celebrate.”