Model Kate Moss shows her charitable - and multi-talented side - at a fundraising dinner at Claridge's.
Kate Moss is still popping up on the odd Vogue cover and can be seen on billboards modelling for Mango, but it appears she's spending the rest of her time homemaking in Highgate and enjoying food festivals at her country retreat (yes.... really!!).
Last night she diversified her hobbies one step further by auctioning off a painting by her good friend, Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood. As mentioned in 'The Telegraph', Kate was at Claridge's hotel in London at a fundraiser in honour of Marie Curie Cancer Care, and dutifully modelled the portrait of Rod Stewart - Ronnie's old bandmate from his Faces days - to the privileged guests, before it was sold for £12,000 (almost 71,000 AED)
Kate helps auction an artwork by Ronnie Wood. Photo: Getty.
Bumping into her sometime collaborator, photographer David Bailey, it appears Moss was inspired to take a few snaps of her own, as she was seen toting an enormous camera and pointing it at the well-heeled crowd, which included Sarah Ferguson and her daughter Princess Beatrice.
With David Bailey at her side, Kate turns photographer. Photo: Getty.