She appeared atop a 90s rave bus during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Pageant earlier this month.
And Kate Moss is reportedly hoping for a royal honor as the model ‘loves’ receiving an OBE for her modeling services, according to reports.
Hoping to leave her mark on Her Majesty, the 48-year-old played a starring role in the Pageant celebrations, as she joined other 90s icons such as Naomi Campbell and Patsy Kensit on the bus.
Is this why Kate Moss appeared on the Platinum Jubilee bus in the 90s? The model, 48, would be ‘for an OBE snap for her modeling services’
According The sunit’s part of her royal mission for the honour, as the publication revealed that Kate had quietly told friends she would “absolutely” love to receive a nod in the next round of honours.
And to achieve this, the model has stepped up her charity work, while leaving her mark on the Queen.
Donning a Union Jack jacket for Jubilee celebrations, the model stood atop the open-top bus, which also featured her picture on the side, as it drove through the capital.
Long in service: Kate is thought to have quietly told friends she would ‘absolutely love’ to receive a nod for her service of over 30 years (pictured in 1994)
Jubilee celebrations: Hoping to leave her mark on Her Majesty, the star played a starring role in pageant celebrations, as she joined other 90s icons such as Naomi Campbell and Patsy Kensit in the bus
And now living in the Cotswolds, Kate has also regularly delivered home-cooked meals to the elderly, which come from her brother Nick – who runs a Vietnamese food delivery truck, nicknamed Vietvan.
Her efforts were a treat for locals, as they reportedly went to the official government webpage to appoint her to the OBE.
Describing her as “really popular” and “part of the community”, residents of Kate’s town of Little Faringdon said they would like to see her with the honor.
Patriotic: Donning a Union Jack jacket for Jubilee celebrations, the model stood atop the open-top bus, which also featured her photo on the side, as it cruised through the capital
A hit: Describing her as ‘really popular’ and ‘part of the community’, residents of Kate’s town of Little Faringdon said they would like to see her with the honor (pictured 2005)
A local told The Sun: ‘She doesn’t have airs and graces and talks with everyone. She has also started giving back and distributes food and meals to elderly people who cannot move around.
“There has been a lot of talk in the village about how Kate deserves an OBE. She is a great admirer of the Queen and has established herself as a main supporting figure at Jubilee. Having an OBE would mean a lot to her.
“She never came haughty or authoritative and she deserves a gong,” the local continued.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Kate Moss for comment.
Honor: Locals who live near Kate said an OBE would ‘mean a lot to her’
Discovery: The star has been in the public eye for more than 30 years, having been discovered aged 14 by Sarah Doukas, the owner of the Storm modeling agency (pictured left 1993, right 2021)
Kate, who grew up in Croyden, traded her city life for a quiet full-time country life in 2021 – as she shut the door on her drinking reputation.
The clean living star is now sober, trading all-night partying for yoga and dog walking, after being discovered aged just 14, and embarking on a turbulent youth in the spotlight.
Embarking on a relationship with wild rocker Pete Doherty in 2004, Kate lost a string of high-profile modeling gigs after being caught red-handed using drugs.
The star was pictured appearing to snort cocaine with Pete, including losing a £4million contract with H&M as a result.
Party girl: The Clean Life star is now sober, swapping all night for yoga and dog walks, after a turbulent youth (pictured 1997)
Exes: Embarking on a relationship with wild rocker Pete Doherty in 2004, Kate lost a string of high-profile modeling gigs after being caught on drugs
But she turned things around, remaining a hit among fans for her charitable efforts and her recent testimony during ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp’s smear run with Amber Heard.
As she is up for an OBE for modeling, it wouldn’t be the first time fashion has found its way to Buckingham Palace.
Edward Enninful, who is the editor of British Vogue and a friend of Kate, previously received an OBE in 2016, for services to diversity in the fashion industry.
And having graced the cover of British Vogue a total of 30 times, more than anyone else, that could be on the cards for the model.
Kate has previously met the Queen at Buckingham Palace’s Women of Achievement party (LR) Kate, author JK Rowling, Her Majesty The Queen, Heather Mills-McCartney and singer Charlotte Church
On my way? Having graced the cover of British Vogue a total of 30 times, more than anyone else, this could be on the cards for the model