Supermodel Kate Moss, who is worth £48m, has consulted solicitors over her separation with The Kills rocker.

Sources say she is not keen to be known as a divorcee because it is "not something she wants on her CV", according to the Sun on Sunday.

"Kate has spoken to solicitors in London but it is not clear how far things have got – she may be getting her house in order.

"Although there is no pre-nup her lawyers are the best and she will be getting top advice."

Her husband Jamie Hince is said to have moved his belongings out of their marital home in Highgate, north London. Currently, he is on tour with his band The Kills in the US.

Friends of Hince insist he "doesn't want a penny" of her millions, according to the Daily Record.

"Jamie doesn't want any hassle or fuss.

"And he certainly doesn't want her money. He wants the separation to be as painless and quick as possible.

"But what he does want to keep is his wine collection. That and a few other investments he has picked up – like a collection of antique books he has put together.

"He's fond of Kate's daughter Lila Grace and hopes it can remain friendly and they stay on good terms."

The 41-year-old Croydon-born model has told friends she is "devastated" over the break-up of her four-year marriage but admitted: "I can't go back. It is over."

Speaking to The Sun, a source said: "They are properly over as a married couple. It's gone past the point of no return.

"Jamie's just waiting for Kate to move forward with divorce proceedings. Neither are in any hurry but they both suspect there won't be a reconciliation."

Since the split, Moss is spending time with ex-partner Jefferson Hack, father of her daughter Lila Grace. They are thought to have travelled together last week to Niagara Falls.

A relaxed and happy Moss is pictured smiling in front of the waterfall. A source told the Daily Mirror: "Jefferson has been Kate's rock through all of this.

"He has been comforting her and helping her through her problems with Jamie.

"Jamie was supposed to go [on the trip] but Jefferson came instead."