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Kate Moss dice addio alle notti brave. «Ora dormo 8 ore, faccio yoga e non bevo più»

Kate Moss dice addio alle notti brave. «Ora dormo 8 ore, faccio yoga e non bevo più»

C'era un tempo in cui la super modella, 46 anni, era un vero e proprio «animale da festa», che faceva sempre l'alba e si scolava di tutto, tanto che i suoi amici l'avevano soprannominata «The Tank». Adesso invece ha cambiato vita ed è sobria da due anni


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