- Hudson Kroenig, nine, is the son of male supermodel Brad Kroenig
- The angelic nine-year-old joined famous models on the runway on Tuesday
- At one point joined on catwalk by Karl Lagerfeld himself, who is his godfather
At nine-years-old – and just a smidgen over 4ft – he’s hardly the average high fashion model.
But Hudson Kroenig is already a Chanel muse and a seasoned runway pro, and all before his tenth birthday.
The angelic schoolboy joined the likes of Kaia Gerber and Stella Maxwell on the Chanel runway at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday, and was accompanied at one point by his godfather, Karl Lagerfeld himself.
Like Kaia, whose mother is Cindy Crawford, the pint-sized pre-teen has impeccable modelling credentials; his father is Brad Kroenig, the male supermodel who has walked for Hermes, Fendi and – of course – Chanel.
Chanel muse Hudson Kroenig, nine, joined the likes of Stella Maxwell and Kaia Gerber on the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week
Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld is godfather to Hudson, whose father is the male model Brad Kroenig
Hudson strode confidently down the spectacular catwalk in a monochrome jumpsuit in Chanel’s signature tweed on Tuesday.
His look was finished with norm-core white trainers, a patent blue shoulder bag, and a clear plastic baseball cap that echoed the thigh-high transparent boots worn by the female models.
Odd one out: Hudson cut a diminutive figure on the runway, surrounded by leggy models
He wore a monochrome jumpsuit in Chanel’s signature tweed with a plastic baseball cap
Karl Lagerfeld joined Hudson on the spectacular runway to receive his applause
Despite his years, Hudson is already well-accustomed to the glitz and glamour of the fashion industry.
Over the summer, he was snapped leaving one of the most exclusive nightspots in St Tropez with his father, among a party that included Karl and Caroline, the Princess of Hanover.
With them was Hudson’s equally adorable little brother, Jameson – also a double for his supermodel father, and also likely to have the fashion world at his tiny feet before too long.