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Kate Moss plays Cupid for Pete
Kate Moss is trying to find a girlfriend for Pete Doherty.
The 35-year-old supermodel believes Alison Mosshart, her boyfriend Jamie Hince's Kills bandmate, would be the perfect match for her troubled ex-boyfriend, who she split from in 2007, and is now planning a double date.
A friend told the Daily Star newspaper: "Kate still has deep feelings for Pete and really wants to be happy and to enjoy life. Since falling head-over-heels in love with Jamie she wants to help Pete achieve the same.
"Pete and Alison have met, she thinks he has a lovely soul and he really fancies her. They're a good match as they're into the same things - music, painting and quirky fashion.
"She thinks Alison would be a calming influence, but she's tough and won't take any rubbish. Kate wants them all together for a weekend in her Cotswolds country house."
Kate and Alison have previously clashed over the supermodel's interfering.
Alison was reportedly furious when Kate voiced her intentions to accompany The Kills on an Australian tour earlier this year amid fears she would try to take to the stage with the group.
A source said: "Alison has told Kate to keep her boundaries and keep away from the microphone. Alison and Jamie have worked for years to make a name for themselves and have only recently had the success she thinks they deserve.
"She sees Kate as a spanner in the works and, until she came along, Alison always came first with Jamie."Posted on 16 Dec 2009 10:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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