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Kate Moss' husband has separation anxiety

21 June 2014, 15:25

Los Angeles - Kate Moss' husband gets "separation anxiety" when they're apart.

Jamie Hince, the supermodel's spouse of nearly three years, admits he hates being away from his wife when he has to go on tour with his rock band, The Kills, or when she's jetting around the globe on modelling assignments.

He is quoted by the Daily Mirror newspaper as saying: "My wife is very much my sidekick, so I tend to get separation anxiety when I'm away from her."

Jamie Hince, 45, says "missing my family" is the hardest part of touring with his band as he can't bear to be away from Kate, 40, her daughter Lila, 11, and their pet dog Archie for too long.

Speaking about the beloved pooch, he gushed: "He came from the deepest, wildest countryside in Italy. He was almost feral. I should've gotten a shelter dog, I know. But Archie was born, he was there and he needed me, so I adopted him."

The musician also opened up about a brutal hand injury that has threatened to end his guitar-playing.

Hince, who had to completely retrain himself to play his prized instrument - explained: "It's taken its toll on my other fingers and I'm in pain quite a lot after shows. That's my least favourite part of touring now - the physical pain, and missing my family."

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