Kate Moss Was 'Pressured' Into Posing Topless As A Teenager

"I still always was like ‘Can I just put some clothes on?’ But, you know, that was the job, so I kind of just did it.”

She may be the queen of not giving a flying f*ck, but Kate Moss has revealed it wasn’t always that way.

Appearing on Megyn Kelly Today, the supermodel spoke out on the constant pressure to pose topless after she was discovered as a teen.

“Yes, there was pressure,” Moss said. “I worked with a woman photographer called Corinne Day and she always liked me with no top on and I did not like it at all when I first started.”

While she did, in fact, appear nude in the iconic Calvin Klein Obsession perfume campaign, she revealed that it was under more comfortable circumstances, saying, “I suppose Mario [Sorrenti, the photographer] was my boyfriend, so I was kind of used to it.”

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She also spilled that, while she eventually became used to nudity in her line of work, she was never 100% comfortable being completely naked for shoots.

"I still always was like ‘Can I just put some clothes on?’ But, you know, that was the job, so I kind of just did it.”

She also urged young models to speak up if something doesn’t feel right for them personally, explaining:

“They don’t have to do it if they don’t want to do it,” she said. “I wouldn’t let my daughter do it. I look at her now and she’s 15, and to think that I was going topless at her age is crazy.”

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