Kate Moss' 72-hour New Year's party

 

Bang Showbiz
Wednesday 04 January 2012 13:43
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Kate Moss saw the New Year with a party 72-hour party in Jamaica.

The supermodel and her rocker husband Jamie Hince were reportedly still drinking and partying yesterday (03.01.12) alongside singer and model Grace Jones and Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, with Kate even convincing them to go skinny dipping.

The 37-year-old catwalk star reportedly started the festivities with a beachfront party, including a local band, even getting up to sing with them herself, to Blondie song 'Rapture'.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Kate has more energy than ever. She was hell-bent on ringing in the New Year in style.

"They've been living it up since at an exclusive resort in a beachfront villa. Her and Grace together are like a force of nature.

"As the bells tolled, Kate kissed Jamie - then Grace. A few hours later she'd successfully convinced the gang to go skinny dipping."

Other revellers to join the party on the Caribbean island included twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, former 'X-Files' star David Duchovny, and Lady Gaga's photographer Terry Richardson.

The source added: "Kate and Jamie have their own cocktail waiter at the villa so they've been getting stuck into those."

Previously Kate - who already owns properties in London and the Cotswolds, South West England and France - has reportedly been looking to buy a home in Jamaica.

An insider said: "She loves it. The moment she landed and saw how chilled out and scenic the island was, she just fell for it.

"Although she enjoys her places in London and the Cotswolds, she can see herself, Jamie and Lila spending weeks at a time in their own holiday home."

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