Someone other than Kate

 

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Because Kate Moss is an actual hero of mine, I’ve kept my thoughts about her lesser sibling, Lottie, to myself, but I’m really over the blatant nepotism in every industry in the world right now.   It’d be fine if Lottie were, like, humble and honest, but she’s just sort of not.

A while ago, Lottie told the Daily Mail:  “I am who I am and I do what I want, whether that is modelling or anything else. The success of my sister does not affect me in my choices. I feel no pressure in that respect.”  [Dido’s Roswell theme song just jumped out at me.]  Lottie has also said, regarding her half-sister,  that Kate Moss is “simply someone other than me.”  

I don’t think it’s that simple, though?   I think a whole lottie walls got knocked down for Lottie, on account of that “someone” who is simply someone other than her.

To be fair,  Lottie is a mere nineteen years old and doesn’t quite understand that if she were a rose by any other name she probably wouldn’t smell as sweet.

There are a lot of things Kate Moss deserves credit (or blame) for in this world:  Pete Doherty (aka Pete Dirtyho) and the modeling career of Lottie Moss (who appears to be all of three feet tall in some pictures) are just two of them.

If Lottie could just stop bristling every time someone references KATE, and just sort of own it and say, “Yes.   She’s my sister, and aren’t I lucky?,” I would probably not wince each and every single time she shows up in the Daily Mail.

Source:  The Daily Mail

 

 

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2 Replies to “Someone other than Kate”

  1. Dammit, I’d forgotten how clever you were with word play. How do you not write professionally? You should send some pieces in to publishers.

    I have never heard of this slag. I do not expect her modelling career to be long lived. A name can only get you so far in modelling if you’re 3 feet tall.

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