There's an immense public fascination about the relationship between Pete Doherty and Kate Moss, as if nobody's ever seen a scrawny supermodel shack up with a dirty-looking indie singer before.
The latest news about Kate Moss and Pete Doherty is that they're back together – even though everybody sort of knew that anyway – and that Kate Moss and Pete Doherty are possibly going to get married within the next weeks. Everyone sort of knew that too, although this news makes it two or three percent more official, probably.
Pete Doherty and Kate Moss have probably had the love affair of the century; a vast, all-consuming love that has involved drugs, arrests, rehab, a messy break-up that was either to do with Afghanistan or the size of Pete Doherty's tiny willy, Kate Moss giving her hair as a gift to any boys she met, wanton car graffiti, a lot of shouting at photographers and whispers of a secret Pete Doherty/ Kate Moss reconciliation.
And now Kate Moss and Pete Doherty are apparently planning on getting married in the next few weeks. Yes, just like when we said Kate Moss would be getting married to Pete Doherty last month, but this time things are slightly more official, as Metro reports that Pete Doherty proposed to Kate Moss while strolling through the grounds of The Priory, before supposedly telling a caretaker:
"We will run away together to somewhere no one can find us and then we'll get married."
In a way, we're pleased that the relationship of Pete Doherty and Kate Moss is back in the news, because discussing that means that we don't have to discuss how good Kate Moss is at wearing clothes or how Kate Moss in a bra breaks the internet or any of Pete Doherty's tedious arrests or his even worse music for once, so we wish them well.
In fact, we'll do more than that – we're going to try and find out where Pete Doherty and Kate Moss are getting married so we can wait outside of the church with our syringes of blood ready as a makeshift confetti substitute. We get the feeling that's what the happy couple would want.
[story by Stuart Heritage]