Kate Moss Keeps Up The Rock and Roll Image

By Bedhead in Kate Moss, Pete Doherty, Smoking Bolts


Kate Moss has reportedly relocated from the home of her gay boyfriend and is now avoiding Doherty by bunking with a member of the Rolling Stones.

It seems Kate has been staying at her friend Ronnie Wood’s mansion in Surrey for a bit of “quiet time”, [sic] although Ronnie’s more famed for his hard drinking behaviour.

The Rolling Stone is a recovering alcoholic, but legendarily once drank eight pints of Guinness and two bottles of vodka a day.

Moss has decided to sell the home she shared with Pete Doherty, so she has reportedly purchased a 7.2 million mansion in St. John’s Wood, North London. However, until the new place is available for herself and daughter Lila Grace, she must make other accommodations. It certainly isn’t a horrid situation to have one’s choice of friends with mansions.



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07.28.07 | 3:54 pm

Okay, I’m a huge fan of the Stones, but Ronnie Wood looks scary in that picture, and it looks like she’s taking care of an alcoholic father.

07.28.07 | 7:19 pm

And can she NOT find a man without substance abuse issues?

Eh, nevermind. Birds of a feather, etc…

07.28.07 | 7:20 pm

I’m no fan of Kate, but that’s a pretty damned strong rock-n-roll photo.

Very strong.

07.29.07 | 12:06 pm

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