EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Kate Moss’ half-sister claims she’s been doing ‘so good’ financially since joining OnlyFans… but her accounts suggest she’s struggling to keep up
Her half-sister Kate once remarked that she got ‘paid ridiculous amounts of money for doing ridiculous things’.
But Lottie Moss, 25, who ditched modelling in favour of adult website OnlyFans in 2021, seems to be struggling to keep up.
Last year Lottie said she found ‘nude stuff’ to be ‘so good’ financially.
Yet figures published this week show her company, Lottiem, had just £1,000 in reserves, down from £66,000 the previous year.
No shrivelling assets for Kate, 49: she has £10.7 million tucked away in one of her companies and £3.5 million in another.
Lottie Moss , 25, who ditched modelling in favour of adult website OnlyFans in 2021, seems to be struggling to keep up
Her half-sister Kate once remarked that she got ‘paid ridiculous amounts of money for doing ridiculous things’
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He’s married to former Baywatch babe AJ Langer.
But Charlie Courtenay, the 19th Earl of Devon, doesn’t allow conjugal pleasures to distract him from unlocking secrets beneath the battlements of his dynastic seat, Powderham Castle near Exeter — even if it means disturbing the family skeletons.
‘I was emptying the attics to fix the roof and found a chest with this amazing fabric from over 200 years ago, just packed away in a corner,’ says Courtenay.
Closer inspection revealed it was a silk dressing gown which ‘belonged to a homosexual ancestor, the 3rd Viscount’.
The Earl adds: ‘He had made [it] from his grandmother’s beautiful silk dress.’
Charlie’s late father might have preferred it to have remained where it was.
In 2008, he banned wedding ceremonies at Powderham to avoid the prospect of two men marrying there. The 3rd Viscount, who became the 9th Earl, died in exile, unmarried. A third cousin succeeded him.
Best-selling crime author Ian Rankin says that he declined the chance to ghostwrite the memoirs of his fellow Scot Sir Sean Connery.
Rankin claims that the James Bond actor — who died almost three years ago aged 90 — wouldn’t ‘dish the dirt’ in it.
‘I remember Sean Connery once asked me if I would ghost his autobiography,’ says the 63-year-old novelist, best known for his Inspector Rebus series.
‘But he wasn’t going to dish the dirt — he wasn’t going to tell any of the really juicy stories.
‘I thought, “You know, if it’s a really safe text it’ll be me who gets the blame by his publishers”.’
Rankin adds: ‘So I decided to turn him down . . . the man who turned down Sean Connery.’