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Who doesn’t love a bit of casual hearsay just before Christmas? A host of blogs and publications are speculating that, akin to a lot of celebrities this year, Kate Moss will once again be jumping on the collaborative bandwagon, this time teaming up with her very beautiful nine-year-old daughter Lila Grace to create a tweenage clothing range.

The pair will reportedly be working with British department store Debenhams for the range which has been rumoured to launch in the summer.

“Lila is adamant the range will be very traditional and English rose-esque in feel,” a source apparently told the Daily Mirror newspaper. “Lila doesn’t want to produce chavvy clothes. Kate and Lila Grace will get cracking on designs over the festive period, mulling over ideas at Kate’s Cotswolds’ pad.”

Before you get all excited though, we’d like to point out that there are also a number of publications that believe the story is completely false, with Elle UK and Fashion Etc getting in contact with Debenhams, who apparently denied the collaboration was happening.

But if history has taught us anything, it’s that you won’t always get the truth if the timing isn’t right. Remember how many times Sarah Burton denied she was making Kate Middleton’s wedding dress?

Maybe Debenhams was hoping to make a big announcement in the new year or the minor details are still being ironed out? Either way… we’ll say no more.

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