She’s most often seen on the raunchy website OnlyFans these days, but next month Lottie Moss can be spotted in a far more august environment – the Oxford Union debating society.
The half-sister of Kate Moss has been invited to the prestigious 200-year-old institution to argue the case that ‘women have to sacrifice too much for love’, I can reveal.
And she certainly has a chequered dating history to draw upon, having been linked to the likes of Brooklyn Beckham, Leonardo DiCaprio, DJ Roman Kemp, Made In Chelsea’s Sam Prince and Alex Mytton, and Love Island’s Adam Collard, who she recently slated as having ‘a cold shell of a soul’.
In addressing university students at the union, the 26-year-old follows in the footsteps of such heavyweight figures as Albert Einstein, Ronald Reagan, Winston Churchill and the late Queen.
ARGUING THE CASE: Lottie will speak on love and sacrife
She’s most often seen on the raunchy website OnlyFans these days, but next month Lottie Moss can be spotted in a far more august environment – the Oxford Union debating society
Her post-Valentine’s Day appearance on February 15 comes after she made a candid and tearful video about her mental health and struggles with substance abuse. In it, she told fans that she got a face tattoo and joined OnlyFans to rebel against the modelling world, but said she was still confused about her identity, lamenting: ‘I don’t even like or know who I am.’
However, she seems excited about her debating debut as she posted a video to TikTok of her happily singing along to Murder On The Dancefloor – a track that features in the climactic scene of the hit Oxford-set film Saltburn. She captioned the clip: ‘Me when I speak at Oxford next month.’
Lottie will have to make her case at the union against some formidable opponents. High-flying lawyers Mahnaz Malik and Dana Denis-Smith are opposing the motion proposed by Lottie and British-Nigerian author Chidera Eggerue.
The blurb for the debate says: ‘Women are seen to give up autonomy, careers and goals for the sake of love’, suggesting that men are not expected to make the same sacrifices.
Lottie, who has the same father as Kate, never attended university as she became a successful model while still a teenager.