Cara Delevingne auctions watch in aid of wildlife conservation

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Actress and former model Cara Delevingne auctioned her watch on eBay following the death of Cecil the Lion, helping to raise funds for the conservation of lions in Africa.

The London-born starlet, who is an ambassador at TAG Heuer, made the move to auction her personal timepiece following the high-profile killing of the animal.

The watch, which Ms Delevingne wore to the Monaco Grand Prix, fetched £9,300 at auction, and TAG Heuer matched the final bid, making the grand total £18,600.

Delevingne, a self-confessed wild animal lover, will donate the money to Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), which had been studying Cecil since 2008.

The model’s love for lions can be seen by the unique lion tattoo she has on her finger, which she displays in an advert for TAG Heuer.

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