Queen of the catwalk Kate Moss goes out for a dog walk in the sun near her Cotswolds home (and she’s still looking great at 47)
She has dazzled on the catwalk for almost 30 years, but Kate Moss shows she can be just as stylish on a dog walk on a lazy sunny afternoon.
The 47-year-old was seen out last week enjoying a stroll in the sun near her Cotswolds home with mum Linda, hairdresser friend James Brown and their pets.
The beaming supermodel chose a denim miniskirt, ballet pumps, casual black top and sunglasses as she soaked up the sunshine during a ramble along country lanes with her little papillon dog Stanley and Mr Brown’s two lurchers.
Kate Moss, 47, was seen out last week enjoying a stroll in the sun near her Cotswolds home with mum Linda, hairdresser friend James Brown and their pets.
Locals in pretty Lechladeon-Thames may be accustomed to seeing the fashion star exercising her dogs but the age-defying looks of a woman known for her party lifestyle still provoke admiring comments.
‘She looks absolutely amazing,’ said one onlooker.
‘And the sunshine seems to bring out her beauty even more. She certainly looked as if she was making the most of the weather.’
As she chatted with her companions, keeping Stanley on his lead for the walk home, the model appeared to be carrying a dock leaf – a well-known country remedy for stinging nettles.
‘I couldn’t help but wonder why she was carrying the dock leaf,’ said the villager.
The supermodel chose a denim miniskirt, ballet pumps, casual black top and sunglasses as she soaked up the sun during a ramble along country lanes with her papillon dog Stanley
‘The way they were all laughing and joking as they walked, it didn’t look like anyone was suffering at all or needing treatment for a sting.’
Ms Moss has spent much of the pandemic lockdown at her cottage in the Cotswolds with her long-term partner Count Nikolai von Bismarck, 34, daughter
Lila Grace, 18, and Mr Brown, who is a celebrity hairdresser.
According to neighbours, the supermodel’s mother Linda has been enjoying an extended stay.
‘Kate’s mum has been down a lot during the lockdown,’ said one. ‘It’s nice for her to have close friends and family around.’