Kate Moss has pulled out of a 1 million book deal - because she doesn't want details of her cocaine scandal published.

The catwalk queen had been muted to be signing the massive deal to pen the tell-all book - which was set to reveal the secrets of her lavish lifestyle and relationship with drug addled rocker Pete Doherty - for publishers Virgin books, owned by Kate's close friend, businessman Sir Richard Branson.

The 32-year-old beauty initially hoped the lavish deal would help re-launch her career, after it was in freefall when pictures of her allegedly snorting cocaine emerged last year.

However, after completing a drug rehabilitation course and the drug charges levelled against her being dropped, Kate's contract value has trebled, making the beauty worth a whopping 11 million.

Kate has apparently now decided she doesn't need to write the candid book because her career is back on track.

Kate's spokesman, Mark Borkowski, said: "She is perceived to have cleaned up her act, so she can save the memoirs for a rainy day."