Kate Moss and husband Jamie Hince embrace sustainbility by gardening, recycling and composting
by Allyson Koerner
Categories: Causes, Environment, Fashion
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You may know her as the wild model who loves to have a good time, but sources are reporting Kate Moss is trading her old life in for a sustainable one.

According to Metro News, Moss and her husband Jamie Hince, musician with The Kills, are now embracing their green thumbs by growing veggies in their very own garden at their home in the Cotswolds. If that’s not enough, the two are also dabbling in composting, recycling and buying locally.

“Kate is really serious about country living. She’s having a vegetable patch designed and converting one of her posh barns into a hen house,” the source revealed. “She wants a compost heap for recycling food waste and loves chatting at the local farmers market. She only eats organic food, but wants to grow her own.”

It looks like maybe Moss found inspiration from her hubby, who has been living green for some time now. However, in 2012 Moss got under his skin and steered Hince away from his vegan diet.

“I was vegan for about 20 years. But then . . . the thing that really tipped me over the edge was when I first met Kate, had just started seeing her, and I walked into the kitchen and she was in her underwear making me a bacon sandwich,” Hince told the London Evening Star. “She didn’t know I was vegan, and I was like… all my principles went out of the window. Or my priorities went right.”

We’re not really sure if Hince is still vegan, but with the two going in a greener direction maybe he’ll get back to his plant-based roots.

“Jamie feels very strongly about the environment and climate change and he and Kate want to do their bit where they can,” the source added. “It seems she’s letting her inner hippy loose on other aspects of her life. The high life just doesn’t make her happy any more.”

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About Allyson Koerner

Allyson Koerner first found her love of writing while attending Westminster College in Pennsylvania, and that passion evolved while she was earning her Master's in Print & Multimedia Journalism at Boston's Emerson College. She's an experienced writer dabbling in all things vegan, green, entertainment and TV-related. Feel free to keep tabs on her over at Twitter: @AllysonKoerner.

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  • claud1a

    I’ll applaud her efforts to “go green” if and when she ditches her collection of fur coats.