Sadie: It was a genuine mistake

Sadie apologised over the dress choice

Sadie Frost has today apologised for any offence her daughter Iris’ appearance at London Fashion Week might have caused.

The designer’s 11-year-old daughter was seen accompanying her mother on the front row at Vivienne Westwood this week, wearing a Love Heart print dress.

However, on closer inspection, the slogans on the sweets were a bit on the risqué side.

Frost apologised for the somewhat inappropriate dress via her Twitter account, posting:

“I seem to have upset people & am shocked myself about the dress Iris wore to Vivienne Westwoods show. Iris had been bought it as a present

“I assumed it was just the sayings the sweets have on them. I’m sorry for any upset it may have caused..Iris is a sweet, innocent girl

“We were enjoying a day out with my mum me @ iris and it was a lovey [sic] day.I guess the dress should be hidden till she’s older..#genuinemistake”

A picture of Iris at the fashion event is currently featured on the Daily Mail’s website; however her face is blurred out due to a request from Jude Law, the girl’s father.

A note at the top of the story reads:

“It is not MailOnline’s normal policy to obscure celebrity’s children’s faces when they are attending public events, accompanied by their parents, where photography is to be expected, such as the front row of a fashion show.

“However, we have decided to pixelate Iris Law’s face in view of the embarrassing nature of the incident to a young girl, following a polite request from her father, Jude Law.”

Iris was rushed to hospital in 2002 after swallowing part of an ecstasy pill at a children’s birthday party.

The drug had been left on the floor of Soho House, where the party was held.

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