Kate Moss’ sister to follow her into modelling?

Kate Moss' little sister Lottie has caught the eye of modelling scouts

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Kate Moss' little sister Lottie has caught the eye of modelling scouts

They say good looks run in the family, and so it seems as reports have surfaced that Kate Moss’ little sister could be about to follow her into the world of modelling.

While Kate Moss happily posed for photographers with hubby Jamie Hince shortly after their church wedding last week, the model’s 13-year-old half sister Lottie Moss – who was one of her flower girls – caught the eye of several modelling scouts. In particular, Naomi Campbell’s former agent and founder of the Premier modelling agency, Carole White.

‘Lottie looks beautiful and fresh – a very English rose look,’ Carole told the Evening Standard newspaper. ‘She has wonderful features and could definitely make a model.’

Carole added: ‘Generally you need the height. Kate is an exception to the rule because models need to be 5ft 9in to 5ft 11in. I think Lottie would make a lovely young model.’

Lottie – full name Charlotte – is the teenage daughter of Kate’s dad Peter and his second wife Inger and has reportedly already done a little bit of modelling for her parents’ vintage clothes shop in West Sussex. However, Inger isn’t too keen on her daughter following in Kate’s catwalking footsteps just yet.

She also told the Evening Standard: ‘She’s too young [to model professionally]. When she is old enough it will be her decision.’

But with big sister Kate starting modelling at 14 – one year older than Lottie – it could be sooner rather than later.

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