Moss denies cookbook rumours

Moss denies cookbook rumours

Kate Moss won't be selling the secret behind her superslim figure - the supermodel has dismissed reports she's writing her own cookbook.

British tabloid reports suggested the runway beauty, who became famous for her waif-like figure, was preparing to release a book of her favourite recipes.

Moss was allegedly inspired by a cookbook of traditional Jewish meals written by Stasha Palos, the step-daughter of UK retail mogul Philip Green, who helped Moss launch her hugely successful clothing line with his high street fashion store Topshop.

But a spokesperson for Moss has brushed off the claims, telling People.com: "There is no cookbook. We do not know where it came from but it is definitely false.”

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