Karl Lagerfeld’s famous cat

2013-06-11 08:33
One of the most fashionable cats in the world, Choupette has it all – maids, iPads and even her own Twitter account! Her 'daddy', Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld, believes that she might even surpass his fame. Here are six reasons why this might be true.

1. Choupette was actually poached by Lagerfeld from Baptiste Giabiconi. The model asked Lagerfeld to watch after Choupette while he was away, and the designer fell so in love with the cat that he refused to give her back. Poor Giabiconi.

2. Lagerfeld refuses to dress Choupette up in clothes unlike some of her internet peers, claiming that it is “very circuslike”. Not even in Chanel?

3. Two maids, Françoise and Marjorie, are tasked with Choupette’s daily needs and they have write in a diary every day so that Lagerfeld can catch up with the spoiled kitten’s day and that Choupette’s vet can keep track of her health. Apparently the feline prefers Françoise to Marjorie.

4. When Choupette turned one in August last year, the glamour kitty had a meal of expensive shrimp with a candle. And most people only get a cake for their birthdays.

5. Lagerfeld takes mealtimes with his darling right beside him – at the table. It seems he can’t go without her as she jets off everywhere with him in his private jet, but according to an interview with Fashionista Choupette feels most at home in Paris, because they ‘understand’ her best.

6. In-between napping and traveling, Choupette is an up-and-coming model. She has been in many shoots with Lagerfeld and has graced the cover of Grazia, but her most notable achievement yet is her debut on the cover of German Vogue with Linda Evangelista. This feline is only going up and up!

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