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Kate Moss Giving Meatless Mondays A Shot

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mossKate Moss isn’t going to win points with animal rights activists anytime soon, but the model is definitely trying to score some with Stella McCartney. It’s often reported that the two friends gripe over Moss’s love of fur — but it appears this time that McCartney’s vegetarian ways are having something of an influence.

According to The Sun, Moss is taking on Stella’s “Meatless Mondays” campaign and giving up one day of meat a week. In preparation, has ate only raw foods and vegetables to detox for a week, giving her a taste of what it feels like to be a vegan. A source told The Sun: “Kate has spent time catching up with Stella during Paris Fashion Week and finally agreed to support her friend by going without meat for a day each week.”

Obviously, we’re not holding our breath that Moss is going to join the veggie scene anytime soon. I mean, if someone can’t be convinced of the horrors of the fur industry — most likely, they’re not going to think twice about the state of factory farming. Then again, should Moss enjoy the health benefits of going veg, she may stick with it — especially with a hardcore vegan boyfriend and activist friend like McCartney leading the way.

Stranger things have happened.

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