Supermodel Kate Moss Gets Married Jamie Hince [Video]

Supermodel Kate Moss and her fiancé, ‘Kills’ guitarist Jamie Hince got married on July 1 at St. Peter’s Church in Southrop, in Gloucestershire, England.

For the ceremony, Kate Moss wore a white lace veil embroidered with flowers and a vintage-inspired gown with sheer paneling and sequin detailing, which Elle UK confirmed was designed by John Galliano.

On Thursday, British Vogue also reported Moss would wear Galliano on her big day. Kate’s  fiancé Jamie Hince wore a pale grey suit and leather boots, both Yves Saint Laurent by Stefano Pilati.

But local residents weren’t happy as 40 police officers and security guards had restricted access to Southrop and Little Faringdon. One told the Guardian: “We’re treated as peasants. The cordon goes round for miles, it is ridiculous.”

Fourteen bridesmaids,who wore white dresses, ballerina flats and floral garlands, included Moss’s daughter Lila, and a maid of honour made up the procession which arrived at the church in a procession of six Rolls Royce cars.  Celebrity guests included Naomi Campbell, who arrived late, Jude Law, Sadie Frost, Stella McCartney.

Allegedly Moss is throwing a three-day festival at her home to celebrate the wedding. The wedding festival will include a “Casablanca” theme, pink and white fireworks, doves, and guests armed with swimsuits and squirt guns.

Guests included Sadie Frost, Moss’s former partner and father to her daughter, Jefferson Hack, Mick Jones of The Clash and Mario Testinowho was also official wedding photographer.

A 37-year-old Moss and a 42-year-old Hince became engaged in January 2010 and have been together since 2007, when she and fiancé Pete Doherty, also a musician, broke up after two years of dating.

Moss has also been romantically linked to actor Johnny Depp. It was rumored in November 2010 that Moss and Hince had secretly married, after the two were spotted wearing wedding bands and matching anchor tattoos on their wrists, but the model’s agent denied the reports.

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