Kate Moss' decision to invite Terry Richardson to her recent wedding appears to have backfired on the model after the notorious photographer began snapping guests at the exclusive reception before posting the images on his blog. Moss had invited the New Yorker as a guest to the Gloucestershire wedding, but Richardson's professional instincts began to take over, according to the UK's Independent.
A controversial photographer best known for his explicit themes, Richardson photographed the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Jack White and Marc Jacobs enjoying themselves at the reception. The black-and-white shots also included Kelly Osbourne kissing The Kills singer Alison Mosshart and Moss embracing with her husband Jamie Hince - Richardson later published the images on his blog, Terry's Diary. The British supermodel had reportedly signed a deal with Vogue for the renowned photographer Mario Testino to produce exclusive photographs from the event for their September issue. After fashion websites began linking to Richardson's shots, the photographer was forced to remove the images but snaps of Moss and Hince in their Ritz bedroom remain live.
Kate Moss' wedding brought the quaint English village of Southrop to a standstill on 1st July 2011. Police officers closed main roads to accommodate the exclusive bash, much to the annoyance of disgruntled villages.