Supermodel Kate Moss is moving full-time to her home in the Cotswolds.

The former party girl is looking for a quiet life with her aristocratic boyfriend in the countryside, according to reports.

Kate, 47, who is dating 34-year-old German aristocrat and photographer Count Nikolai von Bismarck, has sold her North London home reportedly worth over £10million, said the Daily Mail.

It was her younger boyfriend who convinced her to put her mansion up for sale as she plans to move away from Highgate.

The paper claims Kate, who is newly teetotal, is expecting to make almost £3 million in profits when she sells the property.

They claim she bought the home in 2011 for £7.25 million.

A source told the paper: “Kate wants to permanently move to her house in the Cotswolds, where she spent most of lockdown with her boyfriend Count Nikolai von Bismarck.

“This really is the end of an era for London’s Britpop scene, now that the Queen of London is moving out.

“There have been whispers that Nikolai put pressure on Kate to make this stint of sobriety work for the sake of their relationship.

“Kate has spent the last month or so really doubling down on her sobriety and has spent time out of London as part of that process. Undoubtedly Lila will want her mum’s health to come first.”

Kate's daughter Lila, 19, with former magazine editor Jefferson Hack, is a rising star of fashion.

Removal vans were spotted outside their London home with a sticker on one box reading: ‘Handle with care: Clothes and dreamcatcher.’

Kate's wedding to rock star Jamie Hince in 2011 caused West Oxfordshire roads to be shut off to residents.

Villagers and guests had to use permits to enter Little Faringdon and Southrop, Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire County Council confirmed it had closed the road outside St Peter's Church, Southrop.

There was also a large police presence.

It was understood that a reception and wedding party took place in a series of marquees erected behind the model's country home, with a metal fence outlining the perimeter of her estate.

Among the party guests were fashion designers Stella McCartney and Dame Vivienne Westwood, supermodel Naomi Campbell, rocker Bobby Gillespie, actor Jude Law and his ex-wife Sadie Frost and Topshop boss Philip Green.

In September Kate was left stranded when her blue vintage MG broke down on the A361 near Burford.

The car was eventually recovered by Lechlade-based Morse Motors, whose team of mechanics manoeuvered it up from the grass verge on to a pickup truck on the side of the road.