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Kate Moss ‘has reservations about getting married again’

Published 14/08/2016

Kate Moss
Kate Moss

Kate Moss might be wearing a huge rock on her left hand but reports of a wedding are said to be premature.

After Kate Moss’ young boyfriend allegedly pledged his love to her, reports flew the pair were engaged to married.

However, while the 42-year-old model is happily dating 29 year-old Nikolai von Bismarck there is one small problem – Kate is still married to husband and The Kills musician Jamie Hince.

So when Nikolai reportedly went down on one knee in a restaurant in Venice, Italy, and told Kate “Ti amo” (“I love you” in Italian), Kate is said to have been unsure about how to proceed.

“Kate was married to Jamie for a long time, and though they split last year, she’s still got reservations about tying the knot again so quickly,” a source told Britain’s Heat magazine. “Rushing into marriage with Niko obviously won’t help that.”

Kate and Jamie split in 2015 after just four years of marriage but have yet to make it official with a divorce. And unsurprisingly the Absolutely Fabulous star isn’t super keen on going for marriage number two just yet.

The model has been dating Nikolai for the past year, after they were introduced years ago by von Bismarck's socialite mother, Debonnaire. Nikolai reportedly recently went to rehab in South Africa before the pair headed to Venice for a romantic break last month (Jul16). When they returned Kate was flashing the rock but she has yet to confirm if the diamond she is sporting on her ring finger is an engagement ring.

The insider tells Heat that Nikolai has been keen to propose to his supermodel girlfriend for some time, but while Kate is “thrilled” in her relationship, the source added: “Deep down, Kate wants to push the divorce through, but she’s got no plans to get hitched in the near future.”

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