Kate Moss's Daughter's First Word Was 'Nazzi'...for 'Paparazzi'

Most children's first words are something like 'Dada' or 'Mama'--but then, Lila Grace Moss, Kate Moss's 10-year-old daughter, isn't like most children. According to a New York Times interview with Kate, the supermodel has been such tabloid fodder throughout her daughter's young life that Lila's first word had little to do with the playroom--it was 'Nazzi,' for paparazzi. We don't know whether to find that detail funny or sad--but regardless, it is just one of the many tidbits to recently emerge about Moss's carefully guarded personal life in advance of the release of her new book Kate: The Kate Moss Book.
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Most children's first words are something like 'Dada' or 'Mama'--but then, Lila Grace Moss, Kate Moss's 10-year-old daughter, isn't like most children. According to a New York Times interview with Kate, the supermodel has been such tabloid fodder throughout her daughter's young life that Lila's first word had little to do with the playroom--it was 'Nazzi,' for paparazzi. We don't know whether to find that detail funny or sad--but regardless, it is just one of the many tidbits to recently emerge about Moss's carefully guarded personal life in advance of the release of her new book Kate: The Kate Moss Book.
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Most children's first words are something like 'Dada' or 'Mama'--but then, Lila Grace Moss, Kate Moss's 10-year-old daughter, isn't like most children.

According to a New York Times interview with Kate, the supermodel has been such tabloid fodder throughout her daughter's young life that Lila's first word had little to do with the playroom--it was 'Nazzi,' for paparazzi.

We don't know whether to find that detail funny or sad--but regardless, it is just one of the many tidbits to recently emerge about Moss's carefully guarded personal life in advance of the release of her new book Kate: The Kate Moss Book.

After an uncharacteristically candid interview for Vanity Fair, in which Moss said her famous Calvin Klein shoot with Marky Mark gave her a panic attack, the ultimate supermodel sat down with the NYT to dish out more intimate details on her life behind the camera.

Among some of the other revelations, are that, despite her famous beauty, Moss still doesn't perceive herself as being super attractive. "I think they’re all right, my looks, now," she said. "But I’ve never seen myself as sexy or a side of myself that boys would like."

As for her fellow models, Moss says she thinks Lara Stone is "very hot, with her boobs and her teeth," and that Christy Turlington has perhaps lost her edge. "The last time I saw Christy, she was wearing a twin-set,” she said. “You can think twin-set, but you can’t wear one.”

There will apparently be more "tiny bombshells about her scandal-prone life" to come thanks to Rizzoli's soon-to-be-released tome Kate, which the supermodel herself wrote the text for. Stay tuned.