She might be one of the most recognisable women in the world - but Kate Moss
still had to take her passport to get into the official London Fashion Week reception at Number 10 Downing Street tonight.
The supermodel, 37, whose face quite literally is her fortune, had to brandish her official documents to get past police vetting guests arriving at the do, hosted by Prime Minister's wife Samantha Cameron to celebrate the UK's fashion industry.
Still, it was a sign she has officially been welcomed back into polite society following her drugs shame in 2005, when she was photographed snorting what appeared to be lines of cocaine at the height of her relationship with junkie popstar Pete Doherty.
In the aftermath of the exposé, for which Kate apologised, she was dumped by brands including Burberry, Chanel and H&M.
Kate had certainly scrubbed up for the occasion, looking immaculate in a black sequinned dress, with matching black jacket, tights and stilettos, with just a slash of fuchsia pink lipstick by way of colour.
The star was squired into the event by legendary photographer Mario Testino, just before hostess Samantha arrived back from the afternoon's Burberry show in Kensington.
The first lady quickly changed from her casual outfit of an Osman beige shirt-jacket, cream sill Whistles shirt, charcoal cropped trousers and Zara shoes from earlier in the day into a sleek black frock to welcome her fashionista guests for cocktails and canapes.
Samantha had earlier been on the front row at Holly Fulton's LFW show at Somerset House, as well as at David Koma's catwalk show and to see the latest collection of one of her personal favourites, Erdem.
The former creative director of Smythson had said earlier in the week: 'Fashion is one of our most important industries, full stop. It sends out a really powerful message about creativity - and employs hundreds of thousands of people.
'I look forward to playing a small part in making this a great week for London.'
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