Monday, July 11, 2011


It was never likely that Kate Moss would receive a toaster, bath towels or canteen of silver cutlery as a wedding gift but guests at her nuptials to rocker Jamie Hince last weekend excelled themselves, according to the UK's Daily Mail, by giving her a pair of bright red, snakeskin shoes inscribed with four-letter words on their soles.

One carried the phrase ‘F*** me’ spelled out in Swarovski crystals, while the other was emblazoned with ‘F*** you’.

The customised Seventies-style Margaux platforms, from celebrity shoe-maker Terry de Havilland, are said to have delighted the 37-year-old bride when she was presented with them at the three-day reception held in her £2million Cotswolds farmhouse.

The Daily Mail says; A source close to the model, who has an eight-year-old daughter, Lila Grace, said: ‘The shoes were commissioned by Kate’s friends as a surprise. They knew she was a great fan of Terry’s shoes but they wanted to give her something different for her wedding.

Right. Interesting.

(Image Credit: Daily Mail)

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