Model-turned-actress Cara Delevingne posted an encouraging message for those who suffer from depression to seek the help they need.
The British supermodel revealed last week that she has the disorder and had hit a particularly hard time when she was working as a high fashion model.
She has now spoken out about the condition again to highlight how important help is to somebody struggling with a mental health problem.
Cara uploaded a poster which had been created by her fans on Instagram. In the background, the silhouette of a person with their head in their hands can be seen, while in the foreground, a message reads, "Depression is a MENTAL DISORDER, NOT a sign of being weak or a joke.
"Globally, an estimated 350 million people of ALL ages suffer from depression... It feels like being a prisoner to your own thoughts, living in a body that wants to survive with a mind that tries to die.
"EVEN THE DARKEST NIGHT WILL END AND THE SUN WILL RISE SO...If you're struggling, look for HELP."
In the caption, Cara wrote, "Inspiring words...never been ashamed to ask for help" followed by a series of heart emojis.
The 23-year-old revealed her depression battle in a series of tweets last week after it was announced she was fronting a new Saint Laurent campaign following news she had ditched modeling for good.
"I never said I was quitting modeling," she tweeted. "I do not blame the fashion industry for anything...I suffer from depression and was a model during a particularly rough patch of self-hatred...I am so lucky for the work I get to do but I used to work to try and escape and just ended up completely exhausting myself."
Cara is still focusing on her acting career and will next be seen in upcoming antihero movie Suicide Squad, which will be released on August 5 in the U.K. and U.S.