Kate Moss marries
Friday 15 October 2010
She’s known for her wild lifestyle and love of bad boys, but it seems party animal Kate Moss has finally decided to settle down for good with long-term boyfriend Jamie Hince.
The pair exchanged vows in a low-key ceremony in Sicily, with Kate reportedly wearing a see-through white gown. Only close friends and family were invited.
A source told the Daily Mirror: “It was quiet – but still very romantic.”
We take our hats off to The Kill’s frontman, Jamie, 40, for taming the elusive Moss.
The newly-weds, who met in 2007, tied the knot in a small Mediterranean church with Kate’s daughter Lilia Grace as one of three ring bearers.
The source continued: “Kate had a fairly turbulent love life but she’s a romantic at heart.
“The plans were kept very quiet as Kate wanted the day to be low-key and purely a celebration of their love.
“She’s never been one for convention or tradition, but Jamie’s been there for her through thick and thin, and she simply felt the time was right.
“They planned the day for weeks and was were so excited. Kate didn’t want a stuffy formal do, but something spiritual.
“Minutes after trying the knot, the giggling newly-weds were outside the church, dancing under trees.”
Adding: “Afterwards local from the village were milling about, joining in the festivities. It was an incredibly happy day.”
The pair, who got engaged on Kate’s 36th birthday, were introduced by mutual friend Sadie Frost backstage at one of The Kills gigs.
Their relationship has not always been plain sailing. They once split for three days after Kate threw him out of her London home. However, over the last year their relationship has remained steady.
Were extremely happy for Kate, who has dated a few men before finding her prince. These include her first love, the gorgeous Jonny Depp, from 1994 – 1998; the father of her child, Jefferson Hack, from 1999 – 2002; and her most notorious love tryst with troubled Libertines and Babyshambles front-man Pete Doherty from 2005 – 2007.
Time will tell if married life tames Moss's wild ways, but in the meantime we'd like to raise a glass to the bride and groom!
By Heidi Vella