Kate Moss isn't ready to stop modelling just yet, and something small like getting a few wrinkles is not going to hold her back.
It's been 20 years since Kate emerged into the world of fashion and she has realised that her body has changed over that time.
In extracts from her new book printed in The Mirror, Kate reveals she used to worry about how she looked, but she is now a lot more comfortable in her skin: "Well, I am never going to be 18 again, when I could shoots with no make-up, but it's not as though I don't want to have wrinkles, because I think it's important to have your own face that you live in.
"There are always new ways of looking through new eyes. I still don't feel I'm done - I'm not finished yet."
Kate's career has seen her take part in catwalk shows for some of the world's most famous designers, right through to her latest campaigns for High Street brands like Mango and Rimmel.
She also explained that her body could help her to make money if she ever found herself short, as she has a tattoo drawn by artist Lucian Freud.
Kate joked she could have a skin graft and sell it as an artwork, although her husband Jamie Hince may have something to say about that.