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Model behaviour: Kate Moss wades through the Thames for shooting of Absolutely Fabulous movie

 

Who killed Kate Moss? That’s the question being asked as images emerge of the supermodel ahead of the new Absolutely Fabulous movie which was partly filmed in Southwark, writes Callum Burroughs

The film sees the potential death of the British model, after she falls into the Thames from a boat containing a star studded cast with Edina and Patsy seemingly to blame.

Scenes for the new film, released July 1, were filmed on the banks of the Thames near More London and HMS Belfast.

Photos from the set show Moss smoking and drinking in the river having been on the beach alongside fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier, suggesting she might have survived the ordeal.

Perhaps these are the model’s final moments as shots from the set show a shrine to Moss, who may well have been killed by the famous duo.

When asked about the scenes in the cold river last autumn, Moss told The Edit magazine: “People came up to me, using antiseptic wipes and stuff, and I was like, ‘Oh, I have been there, completely.’ I mean, after being a model for 25 years, that doesn’t bother me…

The beloved TV series was also filmed at Hopton Street and Holland Street near Blackfriars Bridge and Neo Bankside where things go wrong after an “uber fashionable launch party”.

First aired in 1992, Absolutely Fabulous ran for five seasons, with three special episodes shown in 2011 and 2012 to mark the series’ 20th anniversary.

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie has been in development for five years and will see around 60 cameos from celebrities, including Cara Delevingne, Nick Grimshaw and Harry Styles.

 

 

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