Kate Moss and daughter Lila twinning at London Fashion Week

The top model's daughter Lila is 14 years old

by Yasmin Harisha /

Kate Moss attended the Topshop event at London Fashion Week with her lookalike daughter Lila Grace. The supermodel was pictured with her 14-year-old girl as they posed together outside the catwalk show, and they looked more alike than ever as they mingled in true fashionable style. Kate, 43, was photographed together with her daughter, whose father is Kate's ex-boyfriend Jefferson Hack, as well as Stella Jones, daughter to rock star Mick Jones.

Lila, meanwhile, had a front row seat at the show, sitting next to new British Vogue director- Edward Enniful. The pretty teen worked the cameras dressed in light grey slacks, leather jacket and black trainers, while her mother was styled in a black jumpsuit teamed with green suede boots.


Kate is mother to only child Lila, and was recently announced as godmother to Marley Dylan - son of John and Phoebe Hitchcox. Discussing her and John's choice of godparents, Phoebe said: "Kate has been a very close friend of ours for some time. She'll be a great presence in his life. She is grounded and streetwise and is very family orientated." John added: "Kate is unbelievable with babies and children in general," says John. "Marley is always happy with her."

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Work-wise, Kate recently starred in a new campaign for the opening of UK's first Polish store Reserved. The shop officially launched in London on 6 September and released some rock n roll pictures of the model, along with an edgy black-and-white film for the store. The co-founder and CEO, Marek Piechocki, said: "London is a fashion capital and having a presence in this prestigious location will be another step towards building global recognition of Reserved as a brand and LPP as a company."

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