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Lila Moss Model Like Mommy? Eager to Follow in Kate Moss' Footsteps (PHOTOS)

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By Brittney R. Villalva , Christian Post Reporter
June 27, 2012|8:21 am

Lila Moss is set to follow in her mother's footsteps, and as the daughter of Kate Moss, she could become the world's next top model.

Although only 9 years old, Kate Moss' daughter is already looking to follow the same career path as her mother. Lila's 11-year-old god sister has stated that the two enjoy getting together for fashion dates, which include faux photo shoots.

"My god-sister, Lila, and I have got into the habit of creating little photo shoots every time we see each other," Law told Amuse magazine. "I enjoy this, because it's everything I love in one go: it's creative, it makes you think … it's fashion."

While Lila is curious about photo shoots and eager to dress up, she is more hesitant about applying makeup, according to her mother.

"She's got lipsticks but she doesn't do color," Moss Kate revealed. "She's quite prudish- she'll only do a little bit of gloss or something- but she is into nail art."

At some point, Kate Moss was considered to be one of the highest paid models in the world. In 2007, she earned over $9 million in one year according to Forbes magazine. She has also been credited with changing the look of modeling.

Moss gave birth to Lila Grace Moss Hack in 2002, the daughter of Jefferson Hack, who is the editor of Dazed and Confused.

In 2007 Moss met Jamie Hince, member of the band The Kills, whom she married in 2011.

Lila's first dabbling with modeling occurred during her mother's wedding, in which she was able to be a part of the Vogue photo shoot. The magazine took photos of all 15 of Moss' bridesmaids for the event.

Moss also has a half sister, Lottie, who attracted the attention of modeling scouts while at the wedding.

 

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