Kate Moss and Jamie Hince had their marriage blessed by Buddhist monks to bring them ''luck'' in their relationship.
Kate Moss has had her marriage blessed by monks.
The supermodel tied the knot with The Kills rocker Jamie Hince at St Peter's Church in Southrop, Cotswolds, South West England, on Friday (01.07.11) and later in the day the couple were joined by a small group of their closest friends for another ceremony in a tipi conducted by a trio of Buddhist monks.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "The three monks gave Kate and Jamie a spiritual blessing as a good luck charm for their days as man and wife."
Kate - who had 14 bridesmaids - and Jamie's wedding was attended by many children, including the model's own eight-year-old daughter Lila Grace, and the couple arranged for a special bar to serve non-alcoholic cocktails so the younger guests wouldn't feel left out from the partying at the model's home after the ceremony.
An insider told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Kate had special fruit juice concoctions made up for the kids - all non-alcoholic.
"She wanted them to feel grown up on her special day.
"She also had unisex toilets installed for a more bohemian vibe."