British-born Kate, 48, today gave bombshell evidence in the Depp v Heard trial from the picturesque home. Testifying from one of the ten bedrooms of her house, she told the court that Johnny never kicked, pushed or threw her downstairs while they were on a Jamaica trip
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From dramatic oil paintings to a stunning garden, Kate Moss’s Cotswolds mansion is exactly what you would expect from the supermodel.

British-born Kate, 48, today gave bombshell evidence in the Depp v Heard trial from the Grade II listed picturesque property, where she has lived permanently since moving out of London in 2021. 

Testifying from her Gloucestershire home, she told the court that her ex boyfriend Johnny Depp never kicked, pushed or threw her downstairs while they were on a Jamaica trip.

It came after Amber Heard previously told the court that she feared Depp would push her sister down the stairs during a violent argument  after he had allegedly done the same to Moss. 

And while Kate is famously tight-lipped about her private life, she swapped city life for the country last year after selling her London home and moving permanently to her country pile in Little Faringdon.

Kate previously revealed how much she loved life in the countryside, telling The Times: ‘You do things you could never do in the city — sleeping outside, cooking on a fire, all of those things that, growing up in Croydon, I kind of didn’t have, you know? 

‘It’s like having another childhood or being in the Famous Five. It’s those simple things that make your life proper, isn’t it?’

Meanwhile members of her friends and family have shared a host of snaps of the supermodels stunning home – which includes a portrait of the Queen and a living room painted a deep red.  

British-born Kate, 48, today gave bombshell evidence in the Depp v Heard trial from the picturesque home. Testifying from one of the ten bedrooms of her house, she told the court that Johnny never kicked, pushed or threw her downstairs while they were on a Jamaica trip

British-born Kate, 48, today gave bombshell evidence in the Depp v Heard trial from the picturesque home. Testifying from one of the ten bedrooms of her house, she told the court that Johnny never kicked, pushed or threw her downstairs while they were on a Jamaica trip

The supermodel bought her home in the Cotswolds over a decade ago for a cool £2 million, and moved permanently to the property last year

The supermodel bought her home in the Cotswolds over a decade ago for a cool £2 million, and moved permanently to the property last year 

Kate's sister Lottie, who spent lockdown with the supermodel, has shared a host of snaps from inside her mansion, including a photograph from a red painted lounge

Kate’s sister Lottie, who spent lockdown with the supermodel, has shared a host of snaps from inside her mansion, including a photograph from a red painted lounge

Lottie also posed for another picture in a light pink coloured room with a huge photograph of a nude woman above the chaise longue

Lottie also posed for another picture in a light pink coloured room with a huge photograph of a nude woman above the chaise longue 

The supermodel is known to have bought the property over a decade ago for £2 million, although until last year, she split her time between the Cotswolds and her London home. 

The Grade II listed mansion is in the village of Little Faringdon, where Kate married her husband Nikolai von Bismarck, 35.

It was revealed last year Kate had decided to flee London for a quiet life in the country, astonishing her nearest and dearest.

Kate’s decision to abruptly sell her North London mansion even came as a surprise to daughter Lila Grace, who has spent more than half her life living there.

Meanwhile there are also stacks of books piled up on bookcases in the living room of the supermodels' home, where guests can lounge on a red floral sofa

Meanwhile there are also stacks of books piled up on bookcases in the living room of the supermodels’ home, where guests can lounge on a red floral sofa 

Wooden bookshelves line the living room of the country mansion in the Cotswolds where Kate spent lockdown with Lottie and her husband

Wooden bookshelves line the living room of the country mansion in the Cotswolds where Kate spent lockdown with Lottie and her husband

In November 2021, Charlotte Griffiths for the Mail on Sunday penned: ‘My source tells me: ‘Kate wants to permanently move to her house in the Cotswolds, where she spent most of lockdown with her boyfriend Count Nikolai von Bismarck.

‘This really is the end of an era for London’s Britpop scene, now that the Queen of London is moving out.

‘There have been whispers that Nikolai put pressure on Kate to make this stint of sobriety work for the sake of their relationship.’

While Kate is private about her home, younger sister Lottie has shared a number of pictures of the property on her Instagram page.

The model went to stay with her sister during the first Covid-19 lockdown in 2020 and posted a number of snaps of her Grade-II listed home. 

In one snap, Lottie can be seen sitting in a classic sitting room, complete with deep red walls, a monochrome lamp, wooden shelving and a photograph of a young Queen Elizabeth. 

Meanwhile there is also a large red floral sofa on display, in keeping with the countryside chic aesthetic. 

One of the 10 bedrooms in Kate's home is painted in a deep red colour, though she added lighter accents with a crisp white bed sheets with a Dipitque candle on the dresser

One of the 10 bedrooms in Kate’s home is painted in a deep red colour, though she added lighter accents with a crisp white bed sheets with a Dipitque candle on the dresser 

Other snaps shared by the models sister during lockdown show wood panelled walls painted in neutral tones, stone flooring and huge glass windows

Other snaps shared by the models sister during lockdown show wood panelled walls painted in neutral tones, stone flooring and huge glass windows

Other snaps shared by the models sister during lockdown show wood panelled walls painted in neutral tones, stone flooring and huge glass windows (pictured left and right) 

Elsewhere, the model has distinctive art decorating the walls of the property, including what appears to be an unusual carton-style painting of a tree (pictured)

Elsewhere, the model has distinctive art decorating the walls of the property, including what appears to be an unusual carton-style painting of a tree (pictured) 

The walls also appear to be lined with books, as illustrated in another snap shared by Lottie.  

Kate, who lives at the country pile with partner Nikolai von Bismarck, 35, and her children, also has a large garden with a statue next to a pond which Lottie showcased in another of her snaps. 

Another glamourous photo shows her next to a large window that looks out onto a gravel path and hanging flower displays.

There is also a fringed light blue curtain, completing the pretty countryside scene at the Cotswolds mansion. 

While Lottie stayed at her sister’s house during lockdown, she also posed in one of the 10 bedrooms, which has deep red walls.

Kate, who lives at the country pile with partner Nikolai von Bismarck, 35, and her children, also has a large garden with a statue next to a pond which Lottie showcased in another of her snaps

Kate, who lives at the country pile with partner Nikolai von Bismarck, 35, and her children, also has a large garden with a statue next to a pond which Lottie showcased in another of her snaps

One of Kate Moss's long-time friends also stayed at the home during lockdown in 2020, her hairdresser James Brown.

In another shot, Lottie poses next to a large window that looks out onto a Another glamourous photo shows her next to a large window that looks out onto a gravel path and hanging flower displays. There is also a fringed light blue curtain, completing the pretty countryside scene at the Cotswolds mansion

Other glamorous photos of the house show a stunning exterior with a gravel driveway and leafy plummage outside (left), while inside blue curtains line the double sash windows (right)  

Outside, there appears to be several dining areas, including an under-cover barn conversion in which are there multiple wicker thrones

Outside, there appears to be several dining areas, including an under-cover barn conversion in which are there multiple wicker thrones

However the bedding is white and tones down some of the drama in the room, which is completed by a Diptique candle on the wooden antique dresser. 

Meanwhile, another shot inside the Cotswolds home shows a light pink coloured room with a huge photograph of a nude woman above the chaise longue.

Meanwhile Kate previously revealed how her favourite room in the mansion is her bathroom, telling HomeandGarden.com: ‘My bathroom in the country is my favorite bathroom in the world. ‘It’s my haven.’ 

One of Kate Moss’s long-time friends also stayed at the home during lockdown in 2020, her hairdresser James Brown and showed another elegant side to her house, standing by a classic car next to the gravel path leading up to her home.

There is also a white stable door visible in the shot and shrubbery surrounding it, giving the feel of a classic old cottage. 

Outside, there appears to be several dining areas, including an under-cover barn conversion in which are there multiple wicker thrones. 

And it’s not the only Cotswold party pad Kate has designed in her life – Extraordinary Escapes viewers praised ‘stunning’ five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Cotswolds party house crafted by the model 

In March last year, Sandi Toksvig was joined by her close friend and The Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith to explore some of the best staycations in the Cotswolds – including the colourful and chic home designed by Kate Moss. 

A stone’s throw away from a private helipad, the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Barnhouse – part of an exclusive lakeside resort near to Lechlade – boasts silk carpets, luxurious swimming pool and mezzanine master bedroom.

And those who tuned in were left more than impressed by the celebrity bolthole, which went on the market in 2020 for £3.5 million and reportedly is rented out for between £10,000 and £25,000 per week, according to Gloucestershire Live. 

‘This Kate Moss-decorated one has some lovely early 20th century elements and the pool is a big draw. And the cocktails, naturally,’ wrote one, while a second enthused: ‘This house designed by Kate Moss is stunning! The interior is so nice!’

‘This Kate Moss-decorated one has some lovely early 20th century elements and the pool is a big draw. And the cocktails, naturally,’ wrote one, while a second enthused: ‘This house designed by Kate Moss is stunning! The interior is so nice!’

In a March 2021 episode of Channel 4's Extraordinary Escapes, Sandi Toksvig was joined by Prue Leith to explore a colourful and chic home designed by supermodel Kate Moss at an exclusive lakeside resort near to Lechlade. Pictured, the luxurious living room featuring statement furniture

In a March 2021 episode of Channel 4’s Extraordinary Escapes, Sandi Toksvig was joined by Prue Leith to explore a colourful and chic home designed by supermodel Kate Moss at an exclusive lakeside resort near to Lechlade. Pictured, the luxurious living room featuring statement furniture 

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Barnhouse is a stone's throw away from a private helipad - and boasts its own luxurious swimming pool (pictured)

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Barnhouse is a stone’s throw away from a private helipad – and boasts its own luxurious swimming pool (pictured)

The mezzanine master bedroom features silk carpet, its own record player and a striking mirrored four-poster bed by David Haddock (pictured)

The mezzanine master bedroom features silk carpet, its own record player and a striking mirrored four-poster bed by David Haddock (pictured)

The duo completed their visit to the exclusive property in true Kate Moss style - with a classy cocktail served by a barman (pictured)

The duo completed their visit to the exclusive property in true Kate Moss style – with a classy cocktail served by a barman (pictured)

As they entered the world of glitz and glamour, Sandi and Prue first noted the high ceilings, before Sandi clocked a piece of striking artwork and joked: ‘That’s the best use of a glue gun I’ve ever seen.’

Elsewhere, Prue, who isn’t afraid to make a bold statement with her choice of clothing, praised the statement colours used throughout the house – particularly the living room.

‘What about this for a party room?’ said Prue, to which Sandi replied: ‘That is stunning!’ 

Prue continued: ‘It’s just such a relief because for the last 15 years every smart place I’ve ever been in has been all white or all grey or at the most greige – a little bit of beige. But this is just full of colour. I love colour!

Along with a guitar they found in the living room, the curtains also struck a chord with the duo. 

‘I love these curtains – aren’t they fantastic?’ said Sandi, to which Prue explained: ‘Now that’s called Italian springing because with opera they realised they had to spring the curtains from the back.

The property went on the market last year for £3.5 million and reportedly is rented out for between £10,000 and £25,000 per week, according to Gloucestershire Live. Pictured, the exterior

The property went on the market last year for £3.5 million and reportedly is rented out for between £10,000 and £25,000 per week, according to Gloucestershire Live. Pictured, the exterior

Prue, who isn't afraid to make a bold statement with her choice of clothing, praised the statement colours used throughout the house. Pictured, the fun and frivolous living area

Prue, who isn’t afraid to make a bold statement with her choice of clothing, praised the statement colours used throughout the house. Pictured, the fun and frivolous living area

Sandi and Prue first noted the high ceilings and after quickly discovering the glitz and glamour of the luxurious property, weren't shocked to learn it was a house designed by Kate Moss. Pictured, the hallway

Sandi and Prue first noted the high ceilings and after quickly discovering the glitz and glamour of the luxurious property, weren’t shocked to learn it was a house designed by Kate Moss. Pictured, the hallway

Sandi complimented the curtains which featured Italian springing (pictured) - and joked: 'Outside of the theatre I've never seen such big curtains!'

Sandi complimented the curtains which featured Italian springing (pictured) – and joked: ‘Outside of the theatre I’ve never seen such big curtains!’ 

One viewer praised the 'lovely early 20th century elements' and added the pool is a big draw. Pictured, the glamorous interior design

One viewer praised the ‘lovely early 20th century elements’ and added the pool is a big draw. Pictured, the glamorous interior design

One viewer admitted that while the house 'looks wonderful' they were disappointed to see camera shots of the woodburner (pictured)

One viewer admitted that while the house ‘looks wonderful’ they were disappointed to see camera shots of the woodburner (pictured)

Sandi quipped: ‘Outside of the theatre I’ve never seen such big curtains. Marvellous!’

Exploring the impressive garden, Sandi and Prue were delighted to discover a swimming pool – complete with its own decking and sunbeds.

‘I mean, how glamorous is this?’ said Sandi. ‘You can sit here, a little drink – maybe wave at our friends on the terrace. Oh I love this!’

Next, the pair went on to explore the mezzanine master bedrooms – which featured silk carpet, its own record player and a striking mirrored four-poster bed by David Haddock.

Sandi clocked one of the many pieces of glitzy artwork (pictured) and joked: 'That's the best use of a glue gun I've ever seen'

Sandi clocked one of the many pieces of glitzy artwork (pictured) and joked: ‘That’s the best use of a glue gun I’ve ever seen’

Prue and Leith were blown away by the bold colours used throughout the five-bed property - including the sofa. Pictured, living area

Prue and Leith were blown away by the bold colours used throughout the five-bed property – including the sofa. Pictured, living area

‘This is really a very comfy, sexy room, isn’t it?’ said Prue, to which Sandi joked: ‘I feel like your husband should be here really and I should just go and make you tea.’

Prue quipped: ‘No, we won’t want tea for a while, darling!’   

Taking to Twitter following the grand tour, one viewer penned: ‘The Kate Moss-designed house in the Cotswolds where it has a Crossley turntable in the bedroom. *scratches drawing pin across record.*

A second commented: ‘I wonder how much Kate Moss’s gaff costs.’  

 

 

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