When Kate Moss tied the knot to fiancé Jamie Hince last month all eyes were on the supermodel.
That was until they caught sight of her younger sister Lottie Moss who was among one of Kate's 15 bridesmaids.
Now model agencies are rushing to sign the willowy 13-year-old after setting eyes on her porcelain skin, blonde hair and cheekbones and she's being tipped by fashion insiders to replace her 37-year-old sister as queen of the catwalk.
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Vogue said Lottie was 'already showing signs she will follow in her sister's footsteps' according to the Sunday Mirror.
She is just a year younger than her elder sister was when she was discovered, aged 14, at JFK airport in 1988 returning from a holiday in the Bahamas with her father.
Carole White, founder of Premier Models and who launched Naomi Campbell's career, told the Evening Standard: 'Lottie looks beautiful and fresh - a very English rose look.
'Generally you need the height. Kate is an exception to the rule because models need to be 5ft 9in to 5ft 11in. I think Lottie would make a lovely young model.'
The teenager is the daughter of Kate's father Peter and his second wife Inger. She already models vintage clothes for the family store in West Sussex.
However, he family insist she cannot model full-time until she is 14 - which was the age her sister found fame. Leading fashion expert Karen Kay says Lottie's classical beauty is very 'now'.
She said: 'She’s even got a Cindy Crawford-style mole on her chin. She’s the full package. If she plays her cards right, she could eclipse Kate.'