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The Kills Guitarist Jamie Hince is Engaged to Kate Moss

Rocker and supermodel plan to wed in July

February 3, 2011 1:50 PM ET
 Kate Moss and guitarist Jamie Hince of The Kills
Kate Moss and guitarist Jamie Hince of The Kills

After numerous false alarms and tabloid reports, supermodel Kate Moss is finally engaged to longtime love Jamie Hince, a source confirms to UsMagazine.com.

PHOTOS: Stars HUGE engagement rings

British paper The Sun first reported the news, noting that rocker Hince popped the question Tuesday night, and the couple are planning a July 2 wedding.

Indeed, Moss stepped out in London on Monday flashing a huge new diamond engagement ring.

PHOTOS: Who else is engaged?

The catwalker, 36, met Hince (from the band The Kills) back in September 2007. She has an 8-year-old daughter, Lila Grace, with former beau, film editor Jefferson Hack.

PHOTOS: Kate and her adorable daughter Lila Grace

Her previous loves include Johnny Depp (back in the 90s) and edgy, troubled rocker Pete Doherty, to whom she was briefly engaged.

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