Kate Moss's daughter Lila Grace celebrated her 16th birthday on holiday with her mum.
The 44-year-old supermodel took her only child - whose father is publisher Jefferson Hack - to a mystery destination to commemorate the milestone birthday along with the teenager's godmother Sadie Frost, 53, and her daughter, Iris Law.
Model Iris, 17, shared a picture of mother and daughter smiling on a boat ride, and both were bare faced, while Kate wore a simple black kaftan dress over a bikini and Lila donned an oversized Gucci t-shirt.
Iris - whose father is Sadie's ex-husband Jude Law - published a series of pictures from the holiday, the first showing Lila eating Nutella from the jar as she sat at a table in a simple blue vest with wet hair.
And Iris simply wrote ''Sixteen'' over the image.
The second photo featured the teen smiling and Iris had added the caption ''my'' along with a giant yellow heart emoji.
More festivities were held on Sunday (30.09.18) at Sexy Fish in Mayfair, where the iconic model enjoyed a non-alcoholic drink, in keeping with her new clean and sober lifestyle.
Kate has reportedly been alcohol free for over a year after turning a new leaf due to the effects of years of boozing.
A source previously said: ''Kate is like a new woman and a much better version of herself. She is focused, professional and glowing with health.
''Everyone is amazed at how well she has done in not drinking for a whole year, considering what she used to be like.
''But she has found it easier as time has gone on -- and when you see her she is actually more chatty and confident as she doesn't have that fake confidence that drinking gives you.''
This article is dedicated to Caroline Flack.
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