Mum Moss on Vogue cover with daughter Lila Grace

KATE MOSS may have been “discovered” at the age of 14 - but her daughter has beaten her in the modelling stakes, with her first Vogue cover at the age of 13.

LILA GRACE posed for the Vogue Italia shoot alongside her mother - and the resemblance is uncanny.

The cover, by renowned photographer MARIO SORRENTI, is titled “love”.

Sorrenti’s Madonna-and-child style shoot features Lila Grace cradled in her mother’s arms.

The supermodel has made an effort to keep her daughter out of the spotlight, so the cover shoot is a surprise.

Game Of Thrones star MAISIE WILLIAMS was praised for rewriting a headline focused around her appearance.

The 19-year-old actress, who plays Arya Stark in the popular HBO series, tweeted the alternative to her 1.3 million followers.

The original, which was published by the Daily Mail on June 5, said: “Unveiled: Game Of Thrones’ Maisie Williams goes braless in sheer lace dress and quirky headpiece at charity masquerade ball”.

The event - the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children’s (NSPCC) Summer Masquerade Ball - was held in Bath and highlighted important work being undertaken by the charity, in addition to raising funds.

Williams tweeted in response: 

The tweet has received nearly 32,000 retweets and more than 57,000 likes.

BRUCE FORSYTH is still unwell but is “doing much better”, according to his wife, LADY WILNELIA FORSYTH-JOHNSON.

The 88-year-old entertainer sparked fresh health fears over the weekend by pulling out of the launch of his wife’s candle range due to “mobility issues”.

Forsyth, who is recovering from surgery to treat two aneurysms, was also too frail to attend the funeral of close friend RONNIE CORBETT in April.

Lady Wilnelia said: “He’s doing much better. But he’s still convalescing. It was a big, big operation.

“It’s taking much longer than we expected, but we’re positive that he can recuperate 100%.”


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