Doherty Makes Public Appeal For Mossby Contributor | 31 July 2007
Pete Doherty has made a public appeal for his ex-love Kate Moss to take him back.
After the more usual attempts at speaking to the London-born model failed, the Babyshambles frontman has used her reportedly 'favourite' newspaper to send her a message.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Doherty said he said he loves Kate with "all my heart".
"I like the way she walks and talks. I love her bones. I love her brain," he gushed.
His love for Kate comes despite Doherty calling her a "nasty old rag" who "kicked me in the head".
"Kate has broken my heart. There's been this lockdown and I can't get hold of her. This is the only way I can get through," he told the paper.
"I need her to know that she's out of her f***ing mind. Kate, if you love me then realise I don't want any other girl."
The pair got together in 2005 after Doherty played at her 31st birthday party with his then band the Libertines. Since then their relationship has been dogged with drug abuse problems and allegations and Kate reportedly ended the relationship over fears Doherty had been cheating on her.