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Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's

Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's

Kate Moss turned 40 recently but proved she’s still got what it takes to rock a bikini on her recent jaunt to St. Bart’s aboard Topshop billionaire Sir Philip Green’s superyacht. The 208-foot yacht, called Lionheart, was built by Italian shipyard Benetti in 2006 for an estimated $37.5 million and features interiors by famed designer Stefano Natucci. Moss joined the mogul and other pals aboard the vessel to help celebrate Green’s 62nd birthday. Moss partied with Sir Philip’s daughter and heiress Chloe, who recently split from J. Lo’s ex Marc Anthony. Chloe posted selfies with the supermodel to her Instagram, writing ”Girls Trip!! #thesinglelife #whoneedsmen !! #friends #family."

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With a a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure, Lionheart can accommodate at least 12 guests and 16 crew members. In keeping with the big cat theme, the yacht even has a tender called Lion Cub. Other celebs, like Kate Hudson, Naomi Campbell and Simon Cowell, have been frequent guests aboard the sleek craft, one of the largest ever built by Benetti. Green also owns the Lionchase, a 109-foot Overmarine Mangusta built in 2008 which he lent to Moss for her honeymoon with rockstar Jamie Hince in 2011.

Photo Courtesy of Chloe Green Instagram


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


Kate Moss Parties in a Bikini On Sir Philip Green's Superyacht in St. Bart's - Recipes

Thinking Monroe /sir Lawrence Olivier- the Prince and The Showgirl(acclaimed work from her)

Monroe didn't have much of a mother figure of I recall, and this blind relies heavily on the overbearing mother.

Sandybrook, I think you got it with Welles and the movie. Good job.

Not sure yet who the director is, but when I think stage mothers from hell my first thought is Natalie Wood.

The director could be Nicholas Ray, but for some reason that doesn't ring right to me.

I wouldn't describe Natalie Wood as a singer/actress though.

I like the Judy Garland guess. Her mother was known to a bitch from hell more than willing to sacrifice her daughter for money. It's been well documented that Judy tried to beat her habit a number of times. She was MGM's biggest star for a time and they tried to work her to death.

My first thought was Garland. Who else had a crazy stage mother besides N Wood?

This sounds like Garland as she took both uppers (for weight) and downers.

If it is Judy, which was my first thought also. The movie is probably A Star is Born, I believe it was her last major starring role in a major studio picture.

The studio put Judy on uppers as a teen to get her weight down, then would give her downers when she complained about not being able to sleep at night.

Dorothy Dandrige and Otto Preminger?

I read somewhere once that Elizabeth Taylor had links to the Menninger Clinic, so she's my guess. Her mom was pretty awful as stage moms go.

Its Judy Garland and Joe Mankiewicz (who directed All About Eve, amongst others). He's told a story like this before w/out the speed, so this is hardly a blind item. It would have been in her MGM days, so well before A Star Is Born.

The drug wasn't necessarily speed, it was Benzadrine, and no one knew how addicting it was or what it would do to her. This isn't even really a blind item- as Joe said if you've seen or read any Garland Biography this story usually gets told. It was Joe Mankiewicz and the movie was Meet Me In St Louis, which - as the story has been told a million times- she didn't want to do because she didn't want to play a teenager again after having success in adult roles (For Me and My Gal, Presenting Lily Mars).


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