Kate Moss has clearly got a taste for TV recently. Hot on the heels of her charity Gogglebox cameo for Stand Up For Cancer last weekend, it has been announced that Mossy will be appearing in a new BBC adaptation of David Walliams's book, The Boy in the Dress.
But before you start thinking that the 40-year-old has been taking part in secret acting lessons in preparation for the role, it should be pointed out that the supermodel will be playing herself in the hour-long family drama, which will air at Christmas. So we don't really think rehearsals should even be necessary for Ms Moss, seeing as this is a part she's been playing for 40 years.
According to reports Kate will appear in a fantasy scene in the one-off special, which follows the story of cross-dressing 12-year-old, David Sims, alongside Meera Syal, Jennifer Saunders and Inbetweeners star James Buckley
Speaking about the show, Mossy's good friend David Walliams said: We have put together a dream cast for this the first of my children’s books. and for many still my best. It is a funny and poignant story about what is is to be different. I hope it will make everyone who sees it, young and old, stop and think.'
We'll certainly be tuning in...
By Olivia Marks