Kate Moss' Daughter Lands First Modelling Gig At The Age Of 14, And Looks The Spitting Image Of Her Mum

Lila Grace is the same age as her mum was when she first got scouted, and boy do good looks run in the family.

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Few of us can say we started our careers at the age of 14.

Sure, you may have had a monopoly on occasionally babysitting the toddler down your street, or nabbed a Saturday job at the local newsagents, but that isn't anything on Kate Moss' daughter, Lila Grace.

The teenage daughter of the British supermodel and Dazed & Confused co-founder, Jefferson Hack, has just become the face (and hair) of the Braid Bar, at exactly the same age as her mum when she was scouted by Storm Model founder, Sarah Doukas.

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Lila's new modeling gig has given us a rare look at the British star, years after we had a glimpse of her at Moss' bohemian wedding to Jamie Hince in 2011.

The teen was spotted holding her mum's hand and riding in the wedding car wearing a white dress and flower garland.

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Lila Grace also posed alongside her mum on the cover of Italian Vogue last year.

You know, no biggie.

People have been quick to point out how much Lila Grace looks like her dad, Jefferson Hack, who was with Kate Moss from 2001-2004.

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But, after a quick perusal of the Lila's new modelling shots, we reckon she looks more like her iconic mum than we realised.

#katemoss's unseen photo taken by #owenscarbiena in 1988, when Kate was 14 years old.

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However, that might not be a compliment to the new model as, according to the The Sunday Times, Hack reckons his daughter finds him and Kate 'deeply uncool'.

He also totally outed her love for the Bieber.

'I don't think her music tastes are cool — Capital radio and Justin Bieber. She keeps me real,' he revealed.

Jefferson and Kate successfully co-parent the beautiful young model, with Hack admitting: 'I spend a lot of time with Lila Grace.

'She's 13 and my relationship with her and her mum, Kate, is the thing I'm most proud of. That is life with a capital L,' he added.

Er, cutest dad of the year award goes to Mr Hack, for sure.

Alongside Lila Grace in the Braid Bar advert is her friend Stella Jones, who is the daughter of The Clash musician, Mick Jones.

So, just your casual teenage modelling shoot then?

It's certainly a far cry from the leg warmers and disposable camera we definitely didn't use for a Year 9 art project called 'Identit-Me'...

Oh, to be fashion royalty.

There has previously been some controversy surrounding the brand's lack of diverse models.

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Back in March they issued this statement on their website:

To all of our BraidBaes and all others reading,

It has come to our attention that we have not given enough consideration to the cultures that we have drawn from in creating The Braid Bar, particularly Black culture. Having been naive, our eyes are now open to issues that we were not so aware of when we first started. We would like to reach out and apologise to all of those who have been offended by our lack of cultural sensitivity, and promise that from this point onwards, you will see changes in the way that we do things.

The Braid Bar is a welcoming and fun place for people of all races, ethnicities, genders, and ages; an environment that is all-inclusive and accessible to everyone. We are going to ensure that this ethos is reflected in everything we do and post from now on. We understand that it is our responsibility, as a company with a broad social media following, to teach and spread the knowledge of where these ideas, practices and skills originally come from and the stories that come with them. Particularly NOW, in a world that needs us to be united more than ever.

We are a small, young company and this has been a steep learning curve for us. Over the coming months we will be growing and evolving with a sensitivity that was lacking before and we want you all to be involved. We hope you will stay tuned, and we are always open to hearing your ideas.

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