Moss’ Sister Starts Modelling Career

Kate Moss signing 60th anniversary issue of Playboy magazine at Book Marc, London, Britain - 02 Dec 2013.The British. Lottie, Kate´s sister is modelling.

Kate Moss’ half-sister has been signed to Storm Models.

The British supermodel is the older sibling of 16-year-old Lottie, who acted as a bridesmaid at Kate’s wedding to Jamie Hince in 2011.

With her long blonde locks and perfect features, it’s easy to see why the modelling agency felt she would be perfect for the job.

Lottie only just turned 16 last night and posted a picture from her portfolio on Twitter captioned “Wot u sayin (sic).”

At 5ft 5in she stands slightly smaller than your average runway queen, but the teenager shows height doesn’t matter in her professional pictures.

In the first snap, she sports an embellished shirt tucked into a pair of black leather-look shorts.

Another shows her looking older than her age in a smart white blazer, while a final photo is of Lottie in a huge ruffled blouse worn with a lacy skirt.

It appears Lottie’s good looks haven’t just been noticed by Storm Models.

“Just walked past some year 8 and he shouts ‘happy birthday, text me’ (sic),” she wrote on Twitter.

The young beauty is well and truly following in the footsteps of her older sister.

Kate was discovered by the same agency when she was just 14 and has gone on to become one of the world’s most successful models.

The 39-year-old’s amazing career has been celebrated recently with the Special Recognition award at the British Fashion Awards.

She also appears on the cover of Playboy’s January/February 2014 double issue, in honour of the magazine’s 60th birthday.

A documentary in honour of Kate turning 40 on January 16 will also air on French television channel Paris Première.

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