Kate Moss suffers leg injury on Swiss ski slopes
Kate Moss has suffered a serious-looking leg injury on holiday in Switzerland.
The 42-year-old model was on vacation in a ski resort with her boyfriend, Count Nikolai von Bismarck, when the unfortunate incident occurred.
Kate was taken off the piste and to a nearby hospital, where she was fitted with a knee brace and handed a pair of crutches before she was spotted hobbling away.
Prior to the injury, Kate had been seen enjoying her holiday in the Swiss ski resort of Verbier, which is a popular destination among Britain's royal family.
Earlier in the week, she was spotted having lunch with her new boyfriend and her 13-year-old daughter Lila Grace.
The vacation comes shortly after Kate and Nikolai went on holiday to Brazil, where they were seen walking hand-in-hand through the streets of Rio de Janeiro.
And around the same time, Nikolai gave the British model a diamond ring he inherited from a great aunt.
It has also been reported the duo are planning to produce a photo book together.
A source previously said: "Nik has been obsessively taking photos since he was 13 and has been documenting much of his time with Kate.
"She loves his work and thinks he's managed to capture a side to her not often seen.
"They both like the idea of doing something special with his pictures of her, perhaps a coffee-table book. It's fun for them to collaborate creatively."