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Kate Moss set to captain her own boat

Kate Moss set to captain her own boat

Kate Moss set to captain her own boat

Kate Moss is set to captain her own boat.
The supermodel has hired a barge for her best friend's hen weekend and has
organised a cruise down the River Thames, which includes stop-offs to
several pubs along the way.
A source said: "Kate's booked a barge for 10 people for a weekend over the
summer starting near her Cotswolds home. She's found some great riverside
"Then they'll head to Oxford where they'll spend the evening at a top
five-star hotel."
Kate is maid of honour at Jess Hallett's Italian wedding next month. The
pair have been friends for over a decade and met when Jess became Kate's
booker at her agency Storm Models.
While Kate is excited to be Jess' maid of honour, it was recently claimed
she may have a bigger role to play in a future wedding after reportedly
getting engaged to boyfriend Jamie Hince.
The 35-year-old beauty - who has been dating The Kills rocker since summer
2007 - sparked rumours the pair are planning to wed after she was spotted
wearing an impressive diamond on her ring finger during a romantic trip to
Paris, France.
A source said: "Kate and Jamie looked totally loved-up. Jamie took her to
the trendy La Maison Du Caviar restaurant for a romantic lunch.
"People kept noticing the ring on her engagement finger but she didn't say













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