The 42-year-old supermodel has revealed she would "love" to own her own party hot spot in England's capital because she enjoyed going out and dancing when she was younger and would always look forward to painting the town red on a Friday night.
The blonde beauty told MarieClaire.co.uk: "I would love to open a nightclub in London. I used to go dancing a lot when I was younger. I used to get so excited Friday night, get dressed up coming to London, it was so much fun."
However, the mother-of one - who has 13-year-old daughter Lila Grace with her ex-partner Jefferson Hack - has now changed her ways and has admitted she prefers to stay in so she can dance and talk to friends easily.
She explained: "I like being at home being able to mingle and being able to dance around and be silly."
Although the catwalk icon enjoys getting ready for an evening out, she doesn't always make it out of the house.
She said: "[Getting dressed] is usually my favourite part of the whole evening. That's the best bit. But sometimes we don't make it out because we're having too much fun."
Meanwhile, Kate - who was signed to Storm Models in 1988 at the age of 14 and has remained at the forefront of the fashion industry since - has confessed she would have been a nurse if her modelling career was not as successful.
She said: "I would have been quite a good nurse, I think, I would have been taking care of soldiers."
And Kate's mother, Linda, is surprised Kate's career has lasted for over three decades because she never thought her daughter was photogenic as a child.
Speaking previously, Kate said: "My mum always said I wasn't photogenic. It was all very unexpected for them, and now she's like, 'Oh you're still working aren't you?'"
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