Georgia Jagger is revived in photo shoot

She’s made a name for herself as one of the country’s most sought after fashion models thanks to her unique looks and ultra confident persona.

And as new shots of Georgia May Jagger in the upcoming issue of Bazaar magazine are released, the model’s mother Jerry Hall has come forward to credit the stunning blonde for her ‘revival’.

Jerry, who modelled alongside her daughter in a recent campaign for H&M, told the publication that she considers her daughter ‘incredibly sexy’.

She said: ‘The last couple of modelling jobs I did were with Georgia, like the H&M campaign we did together last year, so she’s given me a bit of a revival. It was great to work with her; I think she’s incredibly sexy.

‘One of the best things about her is that gap in her teeth. She never fixed it. It’s all about that acceptance of the way you are – and she understands that.’

As Georgia is seen modelling this spring/summer’s hottest metallic outfits, Jerry also spoke about how her little girl first got involved in the industry.

She said: ‘When Georgia was 14, I asked David Bailey to take her picture. It was her first studio shoot. She was still in school, so she didn’t think much of it and I think she found David quite intimidating.

‘But then she got asked to do another shoot, for a magazine, and afterwards she said, “Oh my God, that was so much fun. I loved it. It was like acting”.’

Despite her success as a fashion model, Jerry revealed that growing up as the daughter of such a famous model and Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger ‘wasn’t always easy’.

She said: ‘Georgia didn’t like it if I turned up at school all made-up. She preferred me to be wearing no make-up and tracksuit bottoms, like the other mums.

‘She didn’t like Dad picking her up in a fancy car, either. We used to go and visit Mick all over the world on his tours.’

by Harry Harper



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