The ads that she appears in, which show her naked in a bath with orchids, have been banned from being displayed within 100 meters of any school in the UK, according to Elle.
The campaign first sparked controversy and the ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority after it appeared on a large billboard in East London, with critics calling it "inappropriate" and "degrading to women." Originally, those critics wanted the images of Cara in the buff to be banned altogether, but the ASA reportedly said it was "unlikely to cause serious offense and did not degrade or objectify women."
When Cara landed the campaign last August, she was also the face of My Burberry, and served in both. So far, the model hasn't commented on the ban on social media. Instead, she's made her Twitter banner the ad image and has moved on to promoting her new Chanel campaign with Pharrell.
Still, we want to know...what do you think of Cara's ad? Is it a little too hot or were those critics overreacting? Tell us in the comments.