Known with a tough German side, Karl Lagerfeld softer side is kitten Choupette, whom he calls a “famous beauty,” which you can find him chatting about, and maybe a little obsesse. When asked if he’d like to have kids, he said, “I don’t like the idea of responsibility. I don’t want any children. A cat is already a lot to manage for me.” Then, revealing the story of Choupette it seems very glamorous and. She is a famous beauty. She is nine months old. [Model] Baptiste [Giaconi] gave her to me for Christmas to watch for two weeks when he was away but then I refused to give her back. I thought she was too cute. She is like a kept woman. She has a strong personality. She has lunch and dinner with me on the table, with her own food. She doesn’t touch my food. She doesn’t want to eat on the floor. She sleeps under a pillow and she even knows how to use an iPad. She has two personal maids, for both night and day. She is beyond spoiled.
Whatexactly the maids do all day (considering cats generally do absolutely nothing and require very little attention), they function more like cat diarists than maids: We do keep a diary. When I am not there, the maids take down, in little books, everything she did, from what she ate, to how she behaved, if she was tired, and if she wasn’t sleeping. In the nine months, we already have almost 600 pages. We at Reflection Agency wonder if his next book will be the diary of little kitty Choupette.