The late Kate Moore was the fashion icon of the late 1990s, but the former reality star, whose real name was Patricia Moss, died at age 52.
Moore, who had a daughter, was the first of many fashion icons to die.
Moore’s mother, Dorothy, passed away in January 2018.
Moore is remembered as an icon for fashion and glamour.
She won five Grammys for her role as the Queen of the Dukes on the 1980s television series Dukes of Hazzard, and she became the first female host of the Emmy Awards in 1997.
Moore was known for her high-fashion look, and her wardrobe was the stuff of legend, with her signature black-and-white dress and gold hair tied into a braided ponytail.
Moore also appeared in a number of music videos, including the music video for “The Muppets” and a cameo in the 1990s Disney musical Beauty and the Beast.
She also appeared on the cover of GQ magazine in 2003.
Moore made headlines in 2009 when she was hospitalized for pneumonia and was hospitalized in October 2011 for bronchitis.
In a video interview, Moore said her illness had a lot to do with being on stage in a dress.
“I felt like I was being held back,” Moore said.
I was there to serve, and I was honored to be on stage with my daughters. “
It’s a shame, because I have so much respect for women.
I was there to serve, and I was honored to be on stage with my daughters.
But, as the years went on, my illness got worse and worse.”
In September 2014, Moore suffered a stroke and died at the age of 57.
In 2015, she appeared in the movie The Color Purple.
She died at her home in Malibu, California, on November 14, 2018.
“Kate Moss is an icon, and all of us who are lucky enough to know her have known her for a long time,” a statement from her estate read.
She loved her daughters dearly, and will be deeply missed by everyone in our lives. “
She was a loving, generous, and beautiful person.
Moore’s daughter, actress and producer Janel Parrish, shared a tribute on Instagram: “The world has lost one of the greatest fashion icons. “
Her legacy will live on for generations to come.”
Moore’s daughter, actress and producer Janel Parrish, shared a tribute on Instagram: “The world has lost one of the greatest fashion icons.
RIP, Kate Moss.”