Last week, we felt closer to Kate Moss than ever before when we were privy to a private phone call of hers. But it appears that the supermodel is about to become even less of a unicorn now that she has given her nanny and close friend, Mary Davidson, the go-ahead to speak out as part of a new TV documentary about the Primrose Hill Set, the elite group of Brit stars who achieved success in the the mid ’90s, held fabulous parties in Notting Hill, and had personal lives ripe with tabloid fodder.
Naturally, Moss was a formative member of the set, which also included Jude Law and his former wife, Sadie Frost (who just happens to be Davidson’s daughter). Considering that Davidson bore witness to the Moss of the ’90s and has served as a caretaker to her 11-year-old daughter, Lila Grace, since 2008, we imagine this women has seen it all.
The documentary is also set to feature singer and designer Pearl Lowe and photographer Debbi Clark, who revealed that she is still unsure about what kind of light will be cast on the exclusive set in the film.
Clark told the Daily Mail:
“We don’t know whether to be flattered or afraid. It’s going to be interesting and possibly even raunchy viewing. Mind you, now that we are older and mothers, we’ve become boring and sensible.
We shamelessly hope that every single salacious detail comes out of the woodwork. After all, if Moss’ drug scandal taught us anything, it’s that the supermodel is at her best when behaving badly.
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