She's already been the face of a Calvin Klein collection, and now 13-year-old Millie Bobby Brown is hobnobbing with model royalty. The breakout star of the Netflix hit Strange Things is now apparently on a first-name basis with Cara Delevingne.

Though the two are more than a decade apart—Brown is 13, Delevingne is 24—Brown revealed on the red carpet for the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards that they have become close recently. So close, in fact, that the It girls have “been texting” each other on the regular.

And if you’re curious as to what Brown and Delevingne are busy texting about (being a young model? being in a YA hit? being part of an epic squad?), the Stranger Things actress didn't leave you wanting. Apparently, most of their discussions are fashion-related, including what Brown would be wearing to the MTV Awards, where she won for Best Actor in a Show and was nominated for Best Hero.

“It’s, ‘What are you wearing?’ ‘Oh my God, that’s amazing. Let me see. Send me a picture,’” Brown revealed. “It’s very detailed.”

Brown didn’t reveal Delevingne’s final opinion on her all-white ensemble for the MTV Awards—a chic white dress and matching white cowboy boots by Raf Simons for Calvin Klein by Appointment—but we’d have to imagine the fellow supermodel would approve of the monochromatic look. She did share, though, that she’s hoping Delevingne introduces her to some more famous models.

“There are so many...models as well that I’m dying to meet,” Brown revealed. “Kendall Jenner. Gigi Hadid, of course. It’s just because I’ve been introduced to modeling now." (The actress was recently signed to IMG Models and has already appeared in a campaign for Calvin Klein.)

And if you’re worried that Brown is ditching her fellow Stranger Things buds for a new supermodel squad, fear not: Based on the group’s enthusiastic reaction (read: cheers and hugs all around) to Brown winning Best Actor in a Show, we’d say this crew is as tight as ever.

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