Kate Moss has no shame dressing herself with real animal fur and she apparently doesn't care what PETA has to say about it either
Kate wore a coat made from 12 foxes during a country walk with boyfriend Pete Doherty on Tuesday.
The supermodel has angered animal rights activists by parading the extravagant fur as she strolled with Pete on his 28th birthday.
PETA campaigner Dan Matthews said: "A dozen foxes have been horribly electrocuted just so she can look like a street walker."
The 33-year-old, who was carrying a Polaroid camera, and Pete enjoyed a champagne picnic in the early spring sunshine near Kate's Cotswolds home. The pair also went for a drive in Kate's MG sports car before flying back to London by helicopter.
The model - who has a four-year-old daughter, Lila Grace, with magazine editor Jefferson Hack - has made no secret of her penchant for fur.
Kate's fur collection includes mink, goat, fox and rabbit garments.
Her own clothing range will be launched in British high street chain TopShop in May.