Kate Moss’ younger half-sister Lottie Moss, 24,
showed off her new face tattoo on social media and now she’s opening up about why she got the body art.
The model’s latest ink is on her left cheek and proclaims “Lover.”
In an interview with Glamour UKOnlyFans founder, Judith, has spoken out about her anxiety in the past. and substance abuseTalks about the new tat.
“Since rehab, I’ve been on a journey of self-discovery. I’ve spent a lot of time in Bali, surrounded by nature, reading alone or spending time with like-minded people – and learning to love myself again while finally being free from my former life,” she explained.
“That’s why I decided to get my face tattoo; the word ‘lover’ under my eye,” she continued.
Lottie showed her TikTok friends the process of getting a tat and her reactions to it.
“Yes, it was impulsive, but after years of being so controlled, it was my way of expressing that I am free. I’m no longer controlled.”
The model seemed to be a little hesitant about permanent ink, admitting she had too much to drank and reflecting on her choices the next morning.
documented the process of getting her new tat on TikTok before saying, “This could have gone without doing but I actually don’t mind it so it’s here to stay now. We’re going to learn to love it. The world’s going to learn to love it. My mom’s going to learn to love it hopefully,” before the ending the message with, “Don’t drink alcohol kids!”
also posted other glimpses at the ink on TikTok in a video captioned, “Waking up with a tattoo on my face,” showing a close-up of the text. The voiceover jokes, “I win the silly billy awards.”
in a third video she responded to “people [who] say they don’t like my face tattoo” with “I don’t care. I really don’t give a f—k. I really don’t.”
When a commenter wrote, “Back on the gear I see,” she responded, “Good one! But no I’m not on drugs.”
Other followers were divided about the look, some telling her it looks “cool” and “badass” while another pointing out that the letters almost look like they spell “loser.”
The model is currently involved in a discussion about nepo-babies.
“I’m so sick of people blaming nepotism for why they aren’t rich and famous or successful,” she vented on social media as a response to the
release of New York magazine’s Hollywood nepotism cover – although she was not mentioned in the viral article.
“Obviously it’s not fair that people who come from famous families are getting a leg up because of that But guess what? Life isn’t fair,” she added, before urging her followers, “So instead of being negative about other people’s success go and try and create your own!”
She then tweeted and deleted the admission, “Obviously I’m privileged being related to a huge model also. And am privileged for numerous other reasons and as I say I am grateful for it all but s—ting on others because of it makes NO sense.”