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Picture perfect: Kate Moss shows off her slender figure as she poses with handsome male model
There might be a few new contenders to her crown, but Kate Moss has shown why she is still queen of the modelling industry. The British beauty took part in a 1960s-inspired photoshoot this week, cuddling up to a handsome male model on a Harley Davidson motorbike.
Kate, who has been modelling for more than two decades, showed off her svelte figure in a tiny denim outfit, a leather jacket and retro white-rimmed sunglasses. The 39-year-old had her blonde hair piled on top of her head as she got to work with her handsome co-star.
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Despite the cold, Kate seemed in high spirits as she posed for the camera in the Cotswold field. In between shots, she joked around with her fellow model, and the pair chatted comfortably before returning to their professional personas.
As the photographer snapped away, Kate and her partner reclined back on the motorcycle, with the supermodel resting her head on his chest. They were also pictured sitting on the bike, Kate giving a sultry gaze towards the cameras as her co-star draped his arm around her.
No doubt Kate was delighted about the location chosen for the shoot. She owns a £2 million, 10-bedroom grade II-listed country home in the Oxfordshire Cotswold village of Little Farringdon, and is known to have a huge affection for the area.
In July 2011, she tied the knot with musician Jamie Hince at St. Peter's parish church in Southrop before returning to her nearby property to continue the celebrations.
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