Kate Moss Admits She Still Smokes and Is “In Denial” About Turning 50

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With the launch of Apple TV’s The Supermodels, many of us are deep into rabbit hole of reminiscing about the lost era of the supermodel. When you picture the glamour, drama and chaos of the 90s fashion (and partying scene), a few faces come to mind, including the iconic Kate Moss. Moss transformed the modeling industry with her eccentric look, and soon took over the nightlife scene, becoming the pinnacle of the “party girl” aesthetic.

But, at almost 50 years old, the model and mother-of-one has left the clubbing scene behind for a more quiet life with her 20-year-old daughter Lila. In a recent interview with The Sunday Times, though, Moss opened up about the smoking habits she can’t kick and her fear about turning 50.

Kate Moss on Smoking

Back in the 90s, it was more than common to see paparazzi photos of the most famous supermodels with cigarettes in hand, Moss included. Despite giving up a lot of her party-girl behaviors, though, Moss admitted to The Sunday Times that she does still pick up the occasional cigarette. “I still smoke occasionally,” she revealed, “I’ve heard that when you stop, you can really tell [by your skin]. But I haven’t stopped … yet.”

Kate Moss on Aging

In addition to getting candid about her current smoking habits, Moss also got real about her wariness about turning 50 at the beginning of next year. “I’m not turning 50,” she laughed, “No. I’m not thinking about it. I do not feel 50.” Speaking of not feeling 50, the star was also asked about whether or not she’s underwent any “tweakments” to keep herself looking young to which she cheekily responded “no comment.”

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