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."