Lila Moss channels Little Britain's Vicky Pollard… in £238 tracksuit

TALK OF THE TOWN: Lila Moss (almost) channels Little Britain character Vicky Pollard… as Kate’s girl is spotted in a £238 red tracksuit

Does Lila Moss look like Vicky Pollard? Yeah but no but yeah but…

All she needs is her hair pulled back into a Croydon facelift and Kate Moss’s 18-year-old daughter would be the spitting image of Matt Lucas’s Little Britain character.

Mum famously appeared on stage with the comedian’s alter-ego for a Comic Relief skit 15 years ago.

Does Lila Moss look like Vicky Pollard? Yeah but no but yeah but… All she needs is her hair pulled back into a Croydon facelift and Kate Moss’s 18-year-old daughter (above) would be the spitting image of Matt Lucas’s Little Britain character

Supermodel Kate, 47 – who has signed Lila up to her own modelling agency – wore a blue Kappa tracksuit jacket, leggings and trainers when she appeared as Vicky’s sister Katie in 2006 (pictured)

But while Kate’s get-up was cobbled together from Sports Direct, the red tracksuit Lila wore on the streets of London came from Australian fashion label Ksubi and has a staggering £238 price tag.

Supermodel Kate, 47 – who has signed Lila up to her own modelling agency – wore a blue Kappa tracksuit jacket, leggings and trainers when she appeared as Vicky’s sister Katie in 2006.

We all inherit quirks from our parents, so spare a thought for model Edie Campbell, who says her obsessive behaviour is all down to her mother, Sophie. 

Edie, 30, says architect Sophie loves everything to be super-neat – and now she follows suit, even attaching stickers to items of make-up and colour-co-ordinating them. 

‘Every day is a day to label your cosmetics,’ says Edie. ‘I can’t just put them somewhere willy-nilly – I’d never know where anything was.’

Too much time on your hands, Edie?

Model Edie Campbell (above) says her obsessive behaviour is all down to her mother, Sophie. Edie, 30, says architect Sophie loves everything to be super-neat – and now she follows suit, even attaching stickers to items of make-up and colour-co-ordinating them

If her career modelling eco-friendly clothes doesn’t take off, chic Lady Amelia Windsor has a fallback position… as a dinner lady. 

Amelia donned a pinny last week and volunteered at The Felix Project, a food-poverty charity.

If her career modelling eco-friendly clothes doesn’t take off, chic Lady Amelia Windsor has a fallback position… as a dinner lady. Amelia donned a pinny last week and volunteered at The Felix Project, a food-poverty charity. (She is pictured in June)

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