Kate Moss watches from side of stage at Glastonbury hours after ex Pete Doherty performs
They famously sealed their former romance with a wedding at Worthy Farm in 2005. The couple dated from 2005 to 2007.
And on Friday, Kate Moss, 48, was spotted watching Primal Scream from the side of the stage in Glastonbury, just hours after ex Pete Doherty, 43, performed at the festival with The Libertines.
As Pete entranced the crowd on The Other Stage, with an opening set at 10:30am, his famous ex was seen enjoying Primal Scream performing on the John Peel Stage 12 hours later.
There she is! On Friday, Kate Moss, 48, was spotted watching Primal Scream from the side of the stage in Glastonbury just hours after ex Pete Doherty, 43, performed at the festival
Kate was first spotted on the side of the stage, with a group of girlfriends as they watched the closing set of Primal Scream on Friday night.
The model dressed in a glittering embellished blouse and wore her hair down, wearing black glasses as she watched intently as the crowd was entertained.
Pete returned to Glastonbury to perform with The Libertines on Friday, and the rocker was spotted signing a fan’s arm on arrival at Worthy Farm in Pilton before taking the stage.
Known for his drug-driven childhood and rocker antics, the guitarist and singer returned to the music festival this year after adopting a clean lifestyle and moving to France.
Comeback: Pete Doherty returned to Glastonbury to perform with The Libertines, as the rocker took to the Other Stage Friday morning
Exes: Known for a string of high-profile relationships in his heyday, the rocker had a tumultuous relationship with Kate Moss from 2005 to 2007 (pictured at Glastonbury in 2005)
Style Icon: Kate wore a sparkly embellished blouse and wore her hair down
Far from his bad image as a bad boy, Pete took the stage with bandmates Carl Barât, John Hassall and Gary Powell.
Despite disbanding in 2004, the band reunited in 2020 for a string of shows – and will perform together again when the music festival returns for the first time in three years.
Pete was spotted in a navy blue vest and shorts, leaning forward to sign the tattooed fan’s arm while at the campsite.
Deepened: The model wore black glasses as she watched intently as the crowd was entertained by Primal Scream
Clean life: Musician Pete had previously shown his new image to the audience of 200,000 people at Glastonbury
Loving life: Kate was clearly having a good time watching the Primal Scream set
Return: To the other stage, often referred to as the NME stage, the Libertines were the first to kick off Glastonbury’s performances on Friday – followed by Kae Tempest
Known for a string of high-profile relationships in his heyday, the rocker especially had a tumultuous relationship with Kate Moss from 2005 to 2007.
In 2005 Kate was at the festival to see Pete perform with his band Babyshambles and the pair checked in to the Chapel of Love and Loathing in Lost Vagueness.
They went ahead with a fake marriage that was apparently only valid for the duration of the festival.
At the time, the singer was at the height of his fame, reportedly having a £200 daily heroin and crack addiction.
Past: While Pete struggled with a £200 daily heroin and crack addiction, the couple broke up after a series of ‘blazing fights’ (Pictured in 2006)
Fan Favourite: Pete was spotted in a navy blue vest and shorts, leaning forward to sign the fan’s tattooed arm while camping
Exciting: Despite disbanding in 2004, the band got back together in 2020 for a string of shows – and performed together again when the music festival returns for the first time in three years
Revealing the details of the relationship in his all-encompassing memoir A Likely Lad, Pete described the couple’s breakup after a series of “flaming fights” in which Kate would beat him with his guitar.
But despite his tumultuous past, which even included two months in prison, Pete is now clean and enjoying life in France with his wife Katia de Vidas.
Katia is keyboardist in Pete’s other band, Puta Madres – which is his third musical project, after The Libertines and Babyshambles.
New look: The rocker donned a long black coat over his navy blue cardigan and added a cap
Festival: In true Glastonbury style, he added brown wellies and also wore a cross chain around his neck
Heyday: The star is known for his drug-fueled childhood and rocker antics – before he changed his life (photo 2004)
Clean life: But despite his tumultuous past, Pete is now clean and enjoying life in France with his wife Katia de Vidas
Admitting that life is in France makes it ‘easier to be clean’, Pete told earlier the guard: ‘It’s not a big drug area here. Then, of course, everything stopped. So all the circumstances combined to make it easier to be clean, even for a conniving villain like me. It just wasn’t worth the annoyance.”
And as he prepares to take the stage again with the Libertines, the musician will debut his new image to the crowd of 200,000 people.
On the Other Stage, often referred to as the NME stage, the Libertines are the first to kick off Glastonbury’s performances on Friday – followed by Kae Tempest.
The festival runs through Sunday, June 26, with stars like Sam Fender, Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar and Noel Gallagher all set to take the stage.
Loving: The crowd looked delighted as they attended the festival