Kate Moss' father hopes her future husband Jamie Hince will be a good influence and make her stop partying.
Kate Moss' father hopes Jamie Hince will be a "good influence" on her.
The 37-year-old supermodel - who will tie the knot with The Kills frontman on July 1 - is well known for her partying ways but her father Peter revealed he hopes marriage to Jamie will change all that.
He told the News of the World newspaper: "We like Jamie, he's a good influence. You come to a point when you've done enough partying.
"I think perhaps she's at that point now - you've got to calm down some time and I'm hoping Jamie is a part of that."
However, Kate shows no signs of slowing down as she is currently celebrating her hen party at the UK's Isle of Wight Festival which includes performers such as Kings of Leon, Foo Fighters, Kaiser Chiefs, Pulp and Kasabian.
The model and 30 close pals - who have been enjoying Mahiki rum, magnums of Cristal champagne, Grey Goose vodka and Tanqueray gin - reportedly wrecked two pink Hummers with their wild partying.
A source said: "There were broken champagne bottles and glasses just left across the floor of the car - they had been completely wrecked."