The supermodel is reportedly suffering from a nerve disorder
Kate Moss has been left with a paralysed right arm due to a nerve disorder.
The supermodel discovered she was suffering from a condition called ulnar nerve entrapment last weekend when she woke up in the Ritz, Paris, unable to move her right arm or hand.
Thankfully, the injury is only temporary and the 38-year-old will make a full recovery.
A friend told the Mail on Sunday: ‘Kate was at the Ritz when she woke and had no feeling in her arm, which was terrifying.
‘She saw the hotel’s doctor and when she came back, she got a second opinion.
‘She has told her friends she has ulnar nerve entrapment, a common disorder that can result in a temporary paralysis.’
Although Moss will fully regain the use of her arm, it’s come at a particularly annoying time for the star as she’s about to move into her newly renovated £7.25million pad in Highate, London, with husband Jamie Hince.
The source added: ‘Jamie will do most of the unpacking as Kate has been in a lot of pain. She was told the condition could take months to heal. She has told all her friends about her hospital drama.’
Get well soon, Kate!