London, July 1 : Prince William's ladylove Kate Middleton could soon be embarking on a new career as a fashion model-after she was approached by a modeling scout at Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday party in London.
At the Nelson Mandela concert in Hyde Park, the stunning Kate caught the eye of a clueless model scout, who told her she had "model potential" before handing her his card.
She was also wooed by a stylist from fashion magazine Wallpaper, who informed her she has "amazing style".
Kate was dancing and singing along to Simple Minds and Amy Winehouse in the VIP golden circle when she was spotted by the two fashionistas.
"Kate was hanging out with friends, enjoying the band and drinking wine out of pint-size paper cups," The Daily Express quoted a source, as saying.
"She is amazingly tiny in real life and we were astounded at how slender she is. Kate is tall but has a wasp waist that we thought must make her a size four, or certainly no more than a size six. She's certainly a head-turner, though."
"This chap was wandering past with a couple of young, blonde catwalk-model types. He suddenly stopped when he saw Kate and told her he ran his own modelling agency and that she had fantastic cheekbones and a great figure and had great modelling potential," the source added. The source said: "She smiled and said thanks and he slipped her his card. He really didn't seem to know it was Kate. Then this other guy went up to her and he knew exactly who she was. He told her he was a stylist for Wallpaper magazine and he loved her cowboy boots and thought she had amazing style.
"He asked if he could take a photo of her for the magazine but she told him she was flattered but wasn't really supposed to have photos like that taken."