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Stella McCartney Unimpressed With Birthday Celebration For Kate Moss

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Stella McCartney may be good friends with model Kate Moss, but the recent medieval-themed birthday party for the 35-year-old model was not necessarily an enjoyable experience. A strict vegetarian and animal-rights activist, McCartney reportedly was not impressed with the spit-roast pig, lobster, langoustines, caviar and wild salmon. From the article,

One guest said the party was ‘out of this world’ but strict vegetarian Stella McCartney was reportedly appalled by Kate’s choice of suckling pig. A source said: ‘Stella went up to Kate and slapped her playfully on the arm. Stella said, ‘Hey, missy, couldn’t you have got a fake deer’s head?’ Stella also told her she was unimpressed by the stuffed birds, squirrels and fur rugs.’

I guess we shouldn’t be surprised by the fur. PETA named Moss one of its “Worst Dressed” Celebrities of 2008.

To read more on the celebration — which cost close to $300,000 — jump here.

Photo: Stella McCartney and Kate Moss arriving at the “Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy” Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, May 2008.

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