Kate Moss: The movie The notoriously private supermodel plans to lift the lid on her life in fly-on-the-wall documentary
15:21 GMT, 20 November 2012
She is famously coy about her private life, but recently Kate Moss has offered some revealing insights into the life and times of one of fashion's most famous faces.
First she shared about life, love and friends being 'mossed' in a candid interview in Vanity Fair, then she launched a book lifting the lid on her illustrious career.
Now she is set to star in a documentary about her day-to-day activities as one of the world's most in demand models.
From candid interview to plans to star in a documentary, Kate Moss suddenly lifting the lid on her private life
A release date is yet to be confirmed
but according to Grazia, the 38-year-old's reps have confirmed the
supermodel is allowing a film crew to follow her around as she embarks
on her global book tour to support the release of her Rizzoli coffee
The Croydon-born model is set to be
followed around the world by cameras as she promotes her book and then
auction off prints from it.
Known for her hedonistic lifestyle and
high profile relationships, a documentary based on the star is bound to
whet any fashion fan's appetite.
She is one of fashion's most famous faces and Forbes listed her as the world's second richest model
She has mingled with the most glitzy A-listers, but for years has never opened up about her famous lifestyle
Part of Kate's appeal is that she has never spoken out about her rock and roll life.
As a result of the Vanity Fair interview fans now know the extent of her heartbreak following her break-up with Johnny Depp and how she found posing nude excruciating as a young model.
And the world is hungry for more information on the world's
second richest model (who reportedly brings home 5.8 million a year).
Chris Smith, Yahoo! showbiz reporter said: 'There has always been a public fascination with Kate over the years but up until now she has kept relatively tight lipped over her notorious showbiz lifestyle.
'But now that she’s settled down and happily married perhaps she feels it’s time to lift the lid on what it’s really like to be Britain’s most famous supermodel.
'She’s a shrewd business woman and knows that people are interested to find out more about her- so it’s no real surprise that she’s finally decided to cash in on the public’s curiosity.'
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ONE OF FASHION'S MOST FAMOUS FACES
Born Addiscombe, Croydon, London in 1974
Discovered by Sarah Dukas, founder of Storm Model Management in 1988 at the age of 14 at JFK Airport in New York City
Photographed for first editorial shoot for The Face age 16, then went on to become the 'anti-supermodel' of the 1990s because of her waifish figure
Voted in top 100 Sexiest Women in the nineties and appeared on British women's Sunday Times Rich List in 2007, where she was estimated to be worth 45 million
Today she is the second model on Forbes rich list, at an estimated 5.8 million
Has appeared on the cover of Vogue 30 times
Recent projects include launching a clothing line for Topshop and even singing in music videos