MODEL Kate Moss showcased her sensational figure in a red polka dot bikini alongside her other half Count Nikolai von Bismarck in St Tropez.
The fashion icon, 44, who recently transformed her lifestyle and cut down on her boozing, looked better than ever as she enjoyed a yacht trip in South of France with her 31-year-old lover.
The style star appeared completely relaxed onboard the boat as she was joined by a host of friends and relatives for a sea adventure.
At one point, Kate was spotted excitingly jumping into the water from the side of the yacht before making her way to the idyllic deck to dry off.
Following suit, Nikolai also enjoyed a cooling dip and dived into the water in his patterned swim shorts.
Later, the couple, who have been dating for three years, were pictured docking their luxury means of transport and stepping off the vessel in their beach attire.
Kate covered up her stylish two-piece under a sleek black dress and carried a small clutch.
She completed her off-duty look by working her blonde hair in a loose style.
The duo’s sun-soaked appearance comes after it was revealed Kate has disowned her most famous quote — after infuriating eating disorder campaigners for a decade.
The supermodel was accused of encouraging anorexia when she said “nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” back in 2009.
The couple chatted as they made the most out of their day at sea[/caption]
But now she claims a mate made up the phrase — and that her model pals would repeat it to put each other off eating.
Kate, 44, told a US telly show: “My friend used to say it, because you know, we were all living together, and we’d go for the biscuits and go, “Oh, nothing tastes as g . . . ” It’s a little jingle.
“But there’s so much more diversity now, I think it’s right. There’s so many different sizes and colours and heights.
Kate jumped into the sea in a black swimsuit[/caption]
After her dip, she rested on the stern of the vessel[/caption]
Kate enjoyed a cigarette onboard[/caption]
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“Why would you just be a one-size model and being represented for all of these people? So, yes, for sure, it’s better.”
Kate, who was speaking to NBC’s Megyn Kelly, became the face of the “heroin chic” movement — which celebrated very skinny bodies — after she began modelling aged 14.
Fellow Brit model Katie Green, 31, who launched the Say No To Size Zero campaign, said of Kate’s original slogan: “The pro-anorexia websites go crazy for quotes like this.”
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