Kate Moss has started a part-time job selling Vietnamese food from her brother Nick’s yellow van.
The 42-year-old star is helping out her brother Nick to sell the South East Asian grub, which includes baguettes full of spicy pulled pork, kaffir chicken, and slow-cooked lemongrass beef, from his truck in Brick Lane, east London. A source said: “Kate is usually seen in the most glamorous settings so she stuck out a mile serving food in Brick Lane.”
While the setting is quite different from the supermodel’s usual catwalk surroundings, the blonde beauty got stuck in and put on a strong London accent to enjoy some playful banter with customers.
The source added to The Sun newspaper: “There were no airs and graces, though. She got stuck in and played up to the punters. She had a real rapport with them.
“At one point she started shouting ‘C’mon, get ya Viet buns’, in a Cockney accent, before bursting into giggles with passing customers.
“It just shows that she is actually quite down-to-earth.”
Nick runs his Vietvan with fiancée Tracy Pooley after being inspired by his travels through Asia six years ago.
He “fell in love” with Vietnamese food and purchased the van in 2014.
Nick recently admitted Kate was a “massive fan” of his food.
The yellow mobile eatery also has a nod to classic British sitcom ‘Only Fools and Horses’ as it somewhat resembles characters Del Boy and Rodney Trotter’s (Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst) yellow three-wheeled van, joking he operates in New York, Paris and Peckham.