Kate Moss has given ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty royalty rights for the four songs she co-wrote for the latest Babyshambles album.
The supermodel – who split from frontman Pete in June after he allegedly cheated on her with a South African model – has writing credits on the tracks on Shotters Nation after the pair worked together during their
However, multi-millionaire Kate has told Pete he can keep any money he makes from the songs.
A source told The Sun: “Kate wants Pete to have the
royalties. She was happy to have the writing credits on the album but it’s not about the money for her.
“The music is Pete’s thing. There is still a huge place in her heart for him and she is happy to see him doing better. She doesn’t want to take money off him. And besides, he needs it more than her.”
Kate is currently dating Kills singer Jamie Hince but friends predict she will rekindle her romance with Pete.
Last week, Pete – who recently completed a six-week stint in rehab for drug addiction – dumped fiancÃ©e Irina Lazareanu and told pals he wants Kate back.
In August, it was reported Kate – who has a five-year-old daughter, Lila Grace, from a previous relationship – had rekindled her romance with Pete
after the pair spent five nights together at exclusive London hotel Claridge’s.