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"Very few pictures please": Fans told not to take photos of Kate Moss at her book signing
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The store also demanded that no one was to bring anything other than her £40 book, Kate: The Kate Moss Book, for her to scrawl on
You'd think, being a supermodel who has her photo taken for a living and who’s promoting a new book of her pictures, Kate Moss would be cool with a few snaps being taken at her book signing?
Er, no, actually.
Hundreds of Mossy’s French fans – some of whom had been keen enough to queue outside Colette store in Paris since 6am on Wednesday – were told by security: “Very few pictures please – she doesn’t like it.”
Earlier, the store had also demanded that no one was to bring anything other than her £40 book, Kate: The Kate Moss Book, for her to scrawl on.
It said: “ATTENTION! Kate Moss will sign only the book. Please buy the book at the register before the waiting line.”
But the strict rules didn’t bother some fans, who began crying as they met Kate, 38, during the two-hour signing and even called her “a legend”.
Such an early start made must have left them feeling delirious.