Kate Moss angers neighbours

Kate Moss and Jamie Hince.
Kate Moss and Jamie Hince.

KATE Moss' neighbours are upset with her plans to install CCTV cameras at her home.

The supermodel is revamping her £8 million home in north London, but her neighbours are not happy with the new security arrangements she and new husband Jamie Hince have proposed.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Kate is giving her house a makeover, but locals are unhappy with her plans to install so much CCTV.

"She was hoping to move in soon, but it looks like she's going to have a fight with the council planners and neighbours first."

Camden council - who administer the city's Highgate area, where the house is located - have confirmed they have received a complaint from a neighbour about the security plans, which could affect the couple's moving-in date to the property, which they bought in January this year.

In addition to the security plans, 37-year-old Kate - who has an eight-year-old daughter, Lila, from her relationship with Jefferson Hack - is also planning on having a Moroccan hammam-mosaic steam room installed, similar to one she has in her current home in nearby St John's Wood.

The source added: "Kate and Jamie love it and spend lots of time having steams there and chilling out. And it's also great for her job as the world's most successful model. It helps her skin tone.

"In three years' time she'll be turning 40 and she knows she has to look after her face and body as they are her livelihood."

The steam room is said to be decorated with green red and brown mosaic tiles, with high tech lighting which changes colour and resembles stars.

Elsewhere in the house, there will reportedly be a room kept free for Kate's friend, celebrity hairdresser James Brown.

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