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February 26, 2011  | by: Sydney Scott

Moss and Hince

It’s been reported that The Kills rocker Jamie Hince finally popped the question to fashion icon Kate Moss. It’s not the first time rumors like these have circulated, but it seems as if this time it may be true.

Hince supposedly popped the question with a vintage 1920s engagement ring. Hince even took the traditional route by asking Moss’ parents for permission before popping the question. The couple were introduced in 2007 by mutual friend Sadie Frost and rumors have circulated yearly about secret marriages and engagements.

The biggest question on everyone’s mind though, is who will design the wedding dress? It’s been rumored that Vivienne Westwood would have the honor, but sources are reporting that Moss recently revealed that longtime friend John Galliano would be creating her gown.

The wedding is slated for July 2 with Moss’ 8-year-old daughter Lila Rose, her child with Dazed & Confused co-founder Jefferson Hack, to be the main bridesmaid. And, if these rumors are true, which it’s certainly beginning to look like, Moss’ wedding will take place on the heels of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s nuptials. Which begs the question, whose wedding are you most excited about?

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