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Kate Moss' 'retox with Count Nikolai'

Kate Moss visited her rumored new beau Count Nikolai von Bismarck's family friends in Mustique, it's been claimed.

Kate Moss and Count Nikolai von Bismarck apparently enjoyed an extended holiday abroad together.

In July (15) it was reported that the British model and her rocker husband Jamie Hince had ended their marriage, though neither has yet commented on the rumours. However, Kate, 41, has been spotted getting friendly with Count Nikolai, 28, who's said to be living in her basement. Again the pair remained tight lipped about the speculation, but they apparently spent time at Kate's favourite detox clinic The LifeCo centre in Turkey, and from there they're said to have extended their holiday in Mustique.

"Once Kate's done with the detoxing, she always like to go on a little retox somewhere," an insider told Britain's Grazia magazine.

"Mustique was Nik's idea. He's very spontaneous and romantic like that, very, 'Let's just go to Mustique darling,'" added another insider. "Apparently, they're staying with family friends of his - it's just a fleeting visit."

However, a larger holiday could be on the cards in the coming months. "There's a bigger group planning on returning after Christmas," added the friend.

Meanwhile, The Kills guitarist Jamie was spotted out last weekend (07-08Nov15) for the first time without his wedding ring on. Since news hit of the separation Jamie had still been sporting the band, but while out and about in New York he showed off a bare finger.

"Kate doesn't want a divorce," the source said. "But they're at a stalemate and there's little communication. Nik's proved a breath of fresh air."

Kate and Jamie married in 2011 and are currently said to be disagreeing over a skeleton sculpture owned by Kate. "Kate and Jamie have been sorting out what they want from the house," an insider told Britain's The Sun newspaper. "Jamie has moved out a lot of his possessions. But he really loves the skeleton."

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