Kate Moss has signed up for a foxy new role.
The 45-year-old supermodel is lending her voice to an exhibition on animals which have helped shape London over the years.
It was previously revealed that Brian Blessed’s distinctive, booming tones will voice plague-spreading bacteria for the Museum Of London show.
Catwalk star Moss has agreed to voice a fox, “one of the few remaining wild beasts that still walk among … modern Londoners, yet is still shrouded in mystery”, the museum said.
“Elegant and intelligent, the fox has always been a familiar icon of London and now, after all these years, you will finally hear her side of the story.”
Beasts Of London “will immerse visitors into an animal kingdom … from before the city of London was created through to the present day”.
Previous signings include Call The Midwife actress Pam Ferris as an eagle from the period of Roman rule, Episodes star Stephen Mangan as King Henry VIII’s horse, and Angellica Bell as a rat.
Museum curator Francis Marshall said: “We are very pleased to announce that Kate Moss will be joining our already fantastic cast.
“Their voices will contribute to bringing to life the vibrant stories of some of London’s most significant and long-standing inhabitants – the beasts. We cannot wait to share this fascinating and immersive experience with audiences of all ages.”
Beasts Of London opens at the Museum Of London on April 5.