Kate Moss watches from backstage at Glastonbury hours before her ex Pete Doherty does second surprise gig at the festival... 17 years after the former couple 'married' at Worthy Farm
- The rocker, 43, hasn't attended the popular music festival since 2015 while Kate was last spotted in the crowd at Glastonbury in 2013
- He performed with The Libertines on Friday morning on the Other Stage
- Kate, 48, was at Glastonbury on the same day, and was spotted at the John Peel Stage watching Primal Scream's 10.30pm set
- Pete then surprised crowds on Saturday when he made a cameo appearance during Hak Baker's set on the Other stage
- Kate and Pete famously 'married' at Worthy Farm in 2005 with a joke wedding
They famously sealed their former romance with a joke wedding at Worthy Farm back in 2005.
And on Friday, Kate Moss, 48, was spotted watching Primal Scream from backstage at Glastonbury's John Peel Stage, just hours before her ex Pete Doherty, 43, made a second surprise cameo at the festival with Hak Bake on Saturday.
While Pete and The Libertines delighted crowds as they opened The Other Stage on Friday morning, he then surprised crowds the next day when he unexpectedly joined in on Hak Baker's set.
There she is! On Friday, Kate Moss, 48, was spotted watching Primal Scream from side of stage at Glastonbury, just hours before ex Pete Doherty, 43, made surprise cameo at the festival
Kate and Pete dated on and off from 2005 to 2007.
Kate was spotted in prime position at the side of the stage, with a group of girlfriends as they watched Primal Scream's closing set.
The model was dressing in a glittering, embellished blouse and wore her hair down, while sporting black specs as she looked on intently as the crowds were entertained.
Pete returned to Glastonbury to perform with The Libertines on Friday, and the rocker was spotted signing a fan's arm on arrival to Worthy Farm in Pilton before taking to the stage.
Renowned for his drug-fuelled youth and rocker antics, the guitarist and vocalist returned to the music festival this year after adopting a clean-living lifestyle and moving to France.
Saturday surprise! Pete Doherty, 43, surprised crowds the next day when he unexpectedly joined in on Hak Baker's set on the Other Stage
Exes: Known for a string of high profile relationships in his heyday, the rocker was in a tumultuous relationship with Kate Moss from 2005 to 2007 (pictured at Glastonbury in 2005)
Style icon: Kate was dressing in a glittering, embellished blouse and wore her hair down
Friday: Pete and The Libertines delighted crowds as they opened The Other Stage on Friday morning
A far cry from his bad-boy naughties image, Pete took to the stage with bandmates Carl Barât, John Hassall, and Gary Powell.
Despite disbanding in 2004, the band reunited in 2020 for a series of shows - and are set to perform together again as the music festival returns for the first time in three years.
Pete was spotted in a navy vest and pair of shorts, as he leaned in to sign the tatted fan's arm while on the campsite.
Engrossed: The model sported black specs as she looked on intently as the crowds were entertained by Primal Scream
Superhero? Pete wore a black white and red tracksuit for his unexpected appearance on Saturday, with a black cape wrapped around his neck
Loving life: Kate was clearly having a good time as she watched the Primal Scream set
Rocking out: Pete was clearly in is element, seeming care-free during Hak's Saturday set
Known for a string of high profile relationships in his heyday, the rocker was most notably in a tumultuous relationship with Kate Moss from 2005 to 2007.
Back in 2005, Kate was at the festival to watch Pete perform with his band Babyshambles and the couple checked into the Chapel of Love and Loathing in Lost Vagueness.
They went through with a fake wedding that apparently was only valid for the duration of the festival.
At the time, the singer was at the height of his fame, with a reported £200 daily heroin and crack addiction.
Clean-living: Musician Pete had earlier debuted his new image to the crowd of 200,000 people at Glastonbury
Return: Taking to the Other Stage, often dubbed the NME stage, the Libertines were the first to kick of Glastonbury's Friday performances - followed on by Kae Tempest
Back in the day: As Pete was battling a reported £200 daily heroin and crack addiction, the couple split following a series of 'blazing rows' (Pictured in 2006)
Fan favourite: Pete was spotted in a navy vest and pair of shorts, as he leaned in to sign the tatted fan's arm while on the campsite
Exciting: Despite disbanding in 2004, the band reunited in 2020 for a series of shows - and performed together again as the music festival returns for the first time in three years
Revealing details of the relationship in his tell-all memoir A Likely Lad, Pete described the couple's split following a series of 'blazing rows', which would see Kate hit him with his guitar.
But despite his rowdy past, which even saw him serve two months in prison, Pete is now clean and enjoying life in France with his wife Katia de Vidas.
Katia is a keyboardist in Pete's other band, Puta Madres - which is his third musical project, following the Libertines and Babyshambles.
New look: The rocker donned a long black coat over his navy vest and added a cap
Festival: In true Glastonbury style he added brown wellies and also sported a cross chain around his neck
Heyday: The star is renowned for his drug-fuelled youth and rocker antics - before turning his life around (pictured 2004)
Clean-living: But despite his rowdy past, Pete is now clean and enjoying life in France with his wife Katia de Vidas
Admitting life in France makes it 'easier to be clean', Pete previously told The Guardian: 'It’s not a big drugs area here. Then, of course, everything stopped. So all the circumstances combined to make it easier to be clean, even for a conniving scoundrel like myself. It just wasn’t worth the aggravation.'
And as he prepares to take the stage again with the Libertines, the musician will debut his new image to the crowd of 200,000 people.
Taking to the Other Stage, often dubbed the NME stage, the Libertines are the first to kick of Glastonbury's Friday performances - followed on by Kae Tempest.
The festival is set to run until Sunday 26 June, with stars such as Sam Fender, Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar and Noel Gallagher all set to take the stage.
Loving: The crowds looked delighted as they attended the festival