Kate Moss Stuns in Gold Swimsuit While Rock Climbing in Utah With Rita Ora

Kate Moss, 48, brings glamor to the mountains as she stuns in a gold swimsuit while climbing in Utah with boyfriend Nikolai von Bismarck, 35, and Rita Ora

Kate Moss couldn’t resist taking the fashion show to the mountaintops of Utah during her fun getaway with Rita Ora this week.

Rita shared snaps from the break on her Instagram on Wednesday, with the best friends enjoying a rock climbing spot as well as boat rides during the trip with Rita’s sister Elena and Kate’s boyfriend Nikolai von Bismarck.

Runway queen Kate chose a typically chic look for the climbing excursion, posing up a storm in a gold swimsuit and denim shorts.

Chic: Kate Moss couldn’t resist taking the fashion show to the mountain peaks of Utah during her fun getaway with Rita Ora this week – stunning in a gold swimsuit

In a group photo shared by Rita, the model, 48, takes center stage as she poses with her hand on her hip in her skimpy swimsuit layered under her cut-off shorts.

She added a wide-brimmed hat to stay cool in the Utah heat, and accessorized with sunglasses and a fringed scarf around her neck.

Purple boots and socks completed her look. Kate’s boyfriend Nikolai, 45, posed next to her in a gray shirt and adidas shorts.

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Say cheese! Rita shared snaps from the break to her Instagram on Wednesday with Kate center stage in a group photo with boyfriend Nikolai von Bismarck

‘Thank you for those memories’: The trip also saw the foursome enjoy a boat trip with Rita showing off her vast collection of back tattoos as she had a boogie in her bikini

Rita and her sister opted for more traditional climbing outfits, rocker leggings and tank tops.

The trip also saw the foursome enjoy a boat trip with Rita showing off her extensive collection of back tattoos as she had a boogie in her bikini.

Rita enthused in her caption for the snaps: “We came, we saw, we conquered. Truly magical. Thank you for these memories. You know who you are! I like You! [sic]’.

Kate’s trip to the Mountain State comes after she recently sold her mansion in Highgate, London, for a whopping £11.5million as part of her life-swap bid in town versus country life.

Pals: The designer joined Rita for a climbing spot

Close: Kate accessorized with sunglasses and a fringed scarf around her neck as she posed for a quick climb with her best friend Rita

Opportunities: Other snaps showed the pop star tackling rock climbing at Canyon Point

Opportunities: Other snaps showed a beaming Rita tackling rock climbing at Canyon Point

According to recent reports, the model made a £4.25million profit on the house, which is next to George Michael’s former home, which she bought 11 years ago for £7.25million of pounds sterling.

According to The Sun, Kate put the property on the market late last year and it was bought by a partner at accounting firm PWC.

Kate is now said to live full-time at her home in the Cotswolds with her boyfriend, Earl Nikolai.

Impressive: Rita also looked proud as she posed for a photo on the Amangiri Hoodoo deck

Impressive: Rita also looked proud as she posed for a photo on the Amangiri Hoodoo deck

A source told the Mail On Sunday: “Kate wants to move permanently to her Cotswold home, where she has spent most of the lockdown with her boyfriend, Count Nikolai von Bismarck.

“It really is the end of an era for the London Britpop scene, now that the Queen of London is moving.

“There have been rumors that Nikolai pressured Kate to make this period of sobriety work for the good of their relationship. Kate has spent the last month really doubling down on her sobriety and spending time out of London as part of the process. ‘

MailOnline contacted representatives for Kate Moss for comment at the time.

Ride: Rita enthused in her caption: “We came, we saw, we conquered.  Truly magical.  Thank you for these memories.  You know who you are!  I like You! [sic]'

Ride: Rita enthused in her caption: “We came, we saw, we conquered. Truly magical. Thank you for these memories. You know who you are! I like You! [sic]’

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Virginia F. Goins