Kate Moss' Daughter Lila Grace Shares Sweet Throwback Photo on Her Mom's 47th Birthday
"Wishing you the happiest birthday ever," Lila Grace Moss wrote
Lila Grace Moss is paying tribute to her supermodel mom on her birthday.
Kate Moss turned 47 on Saturday and Lila marked the occasion with a sweet throwback photo of the mother-daughter duo.
"Wishing you the happiest birthday ever, I love you so much," 18-year-old Lila captioned the post.
Last month, the mother of one opened up in a British Vogue video about how she felt when Lila, whose father is Jefferson Hack, a creative director and the co-founder of Dazed Media, followed in her footsteps and made her big runway debut earlier that year.
In the video, Kate's famous friends and family asked her 26 questions about her life and career with Italian fashion designer Stefano Pilati asking Kate what it was like to watch Lila open Miu Miu's spring/summer 2021 show during Paris Fashion Week in October, and explaining that, for him, seeing the next generation take over was "emotional."
"I wonder if, for you, it was the same?" Pilati asked. "I find it very beautiful and I wanted to ask you if it was the same also for you."
Feeling sentimental, Kate smiled before saying, "Aww, Stefano. Yeah, it was so emotional seeing Lila on the runway."
"Well, it wasn't emotional — I was really nervous for her," she recalled of watching the fashion show, which featured a virtual audience due to the coronavirus pandemic. "I was sitting around the kitchen table…Some girlfriends [were there] and we were waiting for the show to start on the link. When she came out we were like, 'She's doing it! She's doing it!' Yeah, I was really proud."
Lila and Kaye have attended multiple presentations together, including the Dior Homme fall/winter menswear show in January 2020 and the Longchamp spring/summer show in 2019.
Lila seemingly inherited her mom's love of fashion, and Kate has previously said she fully supports "anything [Lila] wants to do" when it comes to modeling.
"It's up to her. I am leaving it up to her," she said of her daughter's career. "I will support her obviously. I will be her momager! She can, if she wants to. I will support her in anything she wants to do."