Kate Moss’s 12-year-old daughter Lila Grace has taken part in a Q&A on website, Ask.fm where she opens the lid on what it’s like to be the daughter of the most famous model in the world, including labelling her ever-so-cool mother, “embarrassing” and “annoying”.
When asked if her mother was her idol, Lila replied:
“No, like every mum she’s embarrassing and annoying but you love them rlly.”
Perhaps referring to her mum’s recent antics, where she was booted off a plane for disruptive behaviour, Lila shows that even the coolest of parents can be embarrassing for young kids. Clearly not a fan of bad behaviour, she also appeared to criticise Miley Cyrus for her transition from childhood star to risque pop sensation, saying:
“Wanted to b her before she became… She was my EVERYTHING for like 5 years and then…” Lila then added a sad face emoji, suggesting that Miley has gone a little too naughty for her liking.
Who does she like though? Well, her favourite member of One Direction is Harry Styles and she loves Stella McCartney so much that it has inspired her to consider a career in the fashion industry, although she doesn’t appear to want to follow her mother’s path. When asked what she wants to do in the future, the mini Mossy responded:
“Mayb a fashion designer…but defo not a model.”
Explaining that she is a big fan of Moss’ friend, Stella McCartney’s amazing label, it seems that Lila may well enter the fashion industry when she gets older and we have a feeling that she’ll have all the right contacts to help her along the way.
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Kate’s daughter may not want to be a model, but her little sis, Lottie Moss, has definitely been inspired by the megastar. Both her and close friend, Ella Richards (the granddaughter of Keith Richards and bridesmaid at Kate’s wedding) are already making waves in the fashion industry just like Ms Moss once did.
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By Amy de Klerk