Vivienne Westwood's granddaughter signs to Next Models
Cora Corré is taking her modelling career a step further by signing with the top agency
It's starting to be a trend for celebrity family members to pursue their career as models. So far we've had Kate Moss' half sister Lottie Moss, Keeping Up with The Kardashians' Kendall Jenner, Alec Baldwin's daughter Ireland Baldwin, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Yolanda Foster's daughter Gigi Hadid, Arnold Schwarzenegger's son Patrick Schwarzenegger and (deep breath) the latest addition to the bunch, Vivienne Westwood's granddaughter, Cora Corré.
Cora made her big modeling debut in LOVE magazine last year and now the 17-year-old has taken the next step to becoming a professional model by signing up to Next Models.
"Cora has such an infectious personality and a true love and understanding of British fashion," said Amanda Bretherton, president of Next Models London. "Our clients love her - she is so beautiful and fun to be around. She is part of the new wave of bright young London things. We are thrilled to be representing her at Next."
It's no surprise that Cora has taken modeling as a career as her grandmother isn't the only family that's in the fashion business. Her parents, Rees and Joe Corré are the founders' lingerie line, Agent Provocateur.
Despite being new in the industry, Cora is far ahead of other newbies as she's already walked for Giles and also for her grandmother's Red Label and Gold Label collection.
The gorgeous model is good friends with Jude Law's son Rafferty Law, who, surprise surprise, also made his modelling debut recently.