What happens at a Kate Moss hen party?

Kate Moss and The Kills' Jamie Hince.
Kate Moss and The Kills' Jamie Hince.

KATE Moss' friends paid for her to enjoy a luxury meal at the end of her hen party.

The 37-year-old supermodel - who is set to wed The Kills frontman Jamie Hince on July 1 - was treated to a feast of risotto and chicken terrine to start, followed by lobster, crab and roast dinners, accompanied by red and white wine, at The Priory Bay Hotel on the Isle of Wight - and her pals paid £45 each for the lunch.

The meal came after Kate and her friends had spent Friday partying at the Isle of Wight Festival.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "They came in looking worse for wear and said they needed a good feed after their heavy weekend.

"It didn't take long for the booze to take effect and the laughing and cackling to start.

"They were a handful for the waiters and waitresses and sent back several meals."

Kate may have been making up for going missing on the second day of her hen party at the music event as she missed out on partying hard with Noel Gallagher's ex-wife Meg Matthews and Sadie Frost, both 45, as well as watching 64-year-old rocker Iggy Pop and the Foo Fighters perform.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "It was a bit strange for a hen do to not have the hen there. She wasn't seen on the site on day two, leaving everyone partying without her."

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