Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 18 April 2015

Moss: I can't spill the beans - yet

Kate Moss says she's not ready to reveal all in an autobiography just yet
Kate Moss says she's not ready to reveal all in an autobiography just yet

Kate Moss has revealed she is waiting as long as possible to write a tell-all autobiography because she isn't ready to "spill the beans"... yet.

The 38-year-old supermodel - who has dated Johnny Depp and Pete Doherty, been embroiled in a drugs scandal and become famous for her wild partying - told The Times if she does write a book she will reveal everything.

Kate said: "Not until I'm, like, 105. Because you can't get a good book unless you're going to spill the beans, and I can't spill the beans... not for a long time.

"It's got to be a good book if you're going to do it."

The style icon admitted she sometimes wishes she wasn't famous.

She said: "Just to go into a shop and not be stared at would be nice. I mean, I don't walk around like 'Oh, I'm famous' - I try to live as normal a life as possible - but sometimes it's a bit annoying.

"It's fine, it's not a massive problem. You can't be 'poor me' about it - it's not the worst thing in the world, but sometimes it's just a bit uncomfortable."

Kate said she didn't understand Twitter because she "couldn't think of anything worse than people knowing what I'm doing all the time.

"I try to be the opposite. I don't want people to know anything!" she laughed.

Kate, who married The Kills guitarist Jamie Hince last summer, also revealed her favourite way to to spend a Saturday is to "Go to the pub and watch c*** telly. Any trash. I love trash."

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