At this point in her life and career, there aren't many things Kate Moss hasn't done. And now, at 37, that includes getting married.
The supermodel turned international fashion icon became a missus in England today, tying the knot with her longtime rocker beau, The Kills frontman Jamie Hince, near her home in England's Cotswolds, in front of a who's who list of famous, fabulous friends.
Oh, and did we mention that the whole wedding extravaganza is expected to be a three-day affair? So what did the world's O.G. British fashion icon named Kate wear for her big day?
Well, security was tight around St. Peter's Church in the village of Little Faringdon, but the ever-photogenic bride happily posed with her new hubby and 15 bridesmaids after the Church of England ceremony, proudly showing off her vintage-style, sleeveless, rhinestone- and gold detail-studded dress reportedly designed for her by longtime pal turned disgraced designer John Galliano. She finished it off with a pair of Manolo Blahniks, a simple bracelet and, before the ceremony, a vintage-style veil that covered a satin and lace-trimmed headband studded with flowers.
She arrived to the ceremony in a silver Rolls Royce accompanied by daughter Lila, wearing her own floral garland in her hair, and father Peter. Photographer and longtime Moss pal Mario Testino (he of the other famous Kate's engagement shots ) also rode along with the group, snapping away.
As for her groom, the 42-year-old Hince donned a pale blue YSL suit for the occasion.
In any case, there's no word on whether the disgraced couturier was among her guests, but there were plenty of other boldfaced names in attendance both today and at her rehearsal dinner last night: Naomi Campbell, Kelly Osbourne, Topshop boss Philip Green, Sadie Frost, Rhys Ifans, Hince's fellow Kills rocker Alison Mosshart (who served as best woman to her bandmate) and Moss' baby daddy Jefferson Hack are among those reportedly helping celebrate the big day.
Just a day before Moss and Hince swapped vows, Kate was finalizing her preparations (or maybe just enjoying a day out) in London, getting spotted running errands around town all day Thursday.
Meanwhile, privacy tents were erected on the grounds of her home earlier this week, reportedly in preparation for a three-day celebration the British tabloids have dubbed "Mossfest," which will reportedly feature plenty of the rock and roll couple's musician friends playing in tents erected on her home's grounds. Not a bad way to kick off a honeymoon.
Congrats, you two!