Lucian Freud Kate Moss painted two swallows at the base of her spine, leaving an indelible mark on her.
The supermodel is sure the tiny tattoo isn’t the only memento of her glamorous friendship with the famous artist.
I heard that Moss, 48, agreed to make a film about her relationship with Floyd, who died in 2011 at the age of 88. To ensure the film gets her approval, she will serve as an executive producer.
The man in charge of the project, known as Moss and Floyd, is British screenwriter and director James Lucas, who won an Oscar for best live-action short film The Phone Call in 2015.
“Playing for Lucian has been an honor and an incredible experience,” Moss said. “After watching the call, I knew James would convey the emotion in the story in the right way, which this memoir deserves.
“Have been involved in the development of the project and script from the beginning, and now I’m excited to see this film come to life.”
I can’t wait to see which actress will play Moss. Benedict Cumberbatch might be the ideal candidate for Floyd.
Artist Lucian Freud depicts hugging Kate Moss in bed. Moss, 48, has reportedly agreed to make a film about her relationship with Floyd, who died in 2011 at the age of 88.To make sure the film gets her approval, she will serve as executive producer
The nature of Moss’ feminine relationship with Freud has long been of interest. He often slept with his subjects, including children’s author Emily Bearn, 35 years his junior.
Moss has mentioned Floyd as the person she would most like to meet. This leads him to ask her to be his muse.
In 2002, she posed nude for her daughter Lila while pregnant with him. The portrait took about nine months to complete, and Moss is said to pose seven nights a week, from 7pm to 2am. It was later sold at auction to an anonymous bidder for £3.9 million.
As for the tattoo, Moss later joked that it was worth millions. “This is the original Freud,” she explained.
The nature of Moss’s relationship with the flowery Freud (pictured in 2003) has long been of interest. He regularly slept with his subjects, including children’s author Emily Bearn, who was 35 years his junior.
Looking as good as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley while caring for a toddler can be a challenge for anyone. Fortunately, the top models have some help on hand.
Rossi, 35, who grew up on a farm near Tavistock, Devon, left an assistant pushing a stroller and carrying a stroller as she soaked up the sun at the luxury hotel du Cap Eden Roc in Antibes. Her 15-month-old daughter Isabella. Cannes Film Festival.
The Marks & Spencer model, in a ruffled white maxi dress, has two children with her fiancé, Hollywood tough guy Jason Statham, 54.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 35, who grew up on a farm near Tavistock, Devon, left an assistant pushing a stroller and carrying her while basking in the sun at the luxurious Hotel du Cap Eden Roc. Her 15-month-old daughter Isabella.Antibes during the Cannes Film Festival
Disco legend Nero Rogers hopes his appearance at the BBC’s Platinum Party Palace concert will bring honour to the Queen. “I want to wear a suit of armor, I want to have a sword, a horse, and so on,” the 69-year-old American musician told me at the Ivor Novello Music Awards in Mayfair. An American Black Knight would be cool.”
Consider Emeli Sandé’s neighbors. The 35-year-old Scottish pop star, who announced last month she was in a same-sex relationship with musician Yoana Karemova, said they settled their spat by playing loudly on two separate pianos.
“Sometimes we have a little musical argument and not a word is thrown out,” said Emeli, who was married to university lecturer Adam Gouraguine for two years until 2014.
“There’s a piano in the basement and one upstairs, so it’s a full-on piano. She’s a classical pianist—she usually wins. But I get it.
Britain’s first transgender peer one step closer
It’s hard to claim that the House of Lords is an innovation incubator.
But yesterday, when one of 92 hereditary peers held, 67-year-old Lord Simon of Wythenshawe – a transgender woman, born Matthew and now known as Matilda Simon – was added to the candidacy for the House of Lords by-election In the list of people, this breaks new ground. die.
“This makes her the first transgender candidate,” Lucy Dargashi, the speaker’s communications adviser, told me.
Matilda’s success followed a decision by the justices who ruled that her request to be listed was legitimate.
If, in due time, Matilda wins the by-election, she will surely be the envy of the daughters of hereditary peers—in other words, almost everyone—who cannot inherit their father’s title because of their gender.
Blair accepts an invitation from a super-rich model
Sir Tony Blair poses with former Pirelli Calendar star Christina Estrada at her home this week
She was engaged to the late South African tycoon Saul Kerzner before marrying Saudi billionaire Walid al-Jufali, from which she received a £75m divorce settlement.
But now, former Pirelli Calendar star Christina Estrada is blending into the wider social sphere, as she showed when she invited Tony Blair to dinner this week. Sir Tony had a huge crush on Rupert Murdoch’s then wife Wendi Deng, who said he had “really good legs”.
Some mischievously claimed he reciprocated her admiration – a detriment to his wife Cherie, who accompanied him to dinner at Chez Estrada.
Naked Chef Jamie Steps Up Security
Jamie Oliver called on his fans to join him as he marched at 10 Downing Street (pictured) today to protest Boris Johnson’s “reckless U-turn”, which means junk food TV commercials won’t come before the 9pm watershed after all Prohibited
Jamie Oliver called on his fans to join him in protesting Boris Johnson’s “reckless U-turn” as he marched on 10 Downing Street today, meaning junk food TV ads won’t be banned before the 9pm watershed after all.
But back in Spanish Hall, where he snapped up the magnificent Elizabethan Grade I house for £6m in 2019, Oliver, 46, is doing his best to preserve his privilege. He has received permission to install new fencing and metal gates, combining remote-controlled modernity with classic design.
“To prevent unauthorized access, temporary gates were put in place as a security measure,” explains Stephanie Gray, planning consultant at Naked Chef.
But back in the Spanish Hall (pictured), where he snapped up the magnificent Elizabethan Grade I house for £6m in 2019, Oliver, 46, is doing his best to preserve his privilege.He has permission to install new fences and metal gates, combining remote-controlled modernity with classic design