Photographer Terry O'Neill claims Kate Moss isn't a real supermodel and was only successful because of her association with the top models of the nineties.
Photographer Terry O'Neill claims Kate Moss isn't a real supermodel.
The 38-year-old model is regularly referred to as one of the most beautiful women in the world but the famed snapper isn't impressed with her looks and says Kate isn't in the same league as the other supermodels of the 90s including Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford.
He told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''The supermodels were the last great girls, and Kate Moss only just scraped in under The Wire. I never rated her - Kate only endured because she was associated with those supermodels. I mean, Jean [Shrimpton] was the best of all the English models and sadly it ended there.''
Terry also slated Britain's Duchess Catherine - formerly Kate Middleton - saying she is too thin.
Asked if he would like to photograph the royal beauty, he said: ''Nah - I don't think so because I don't fancy her. I mean that poor girl, Kate, what's going to happen to her? Hopefully William will be king and she'll be a new breed. And she does seem very together, but, well, [she's] too thin.''