Georgia May Jagger admits she is worried that her famous tooth gap will make her look ''scary'' when she's older.
Georgia May Jagger worries her tooth gap will make her look ''scary'' when she's older.
The stunning model - who is the daughter of runway icon Jerry Hall and Rolling Stones musician Sir Mick Jagger - is known for the signature gap between her two front teeth, but despite embracing her spacious pearly whites, Georgia admits she is concerned she may look ''weird'' in her old age.
In an interview with Net-a-Porter's magazine The Edit, she said: ''I still worry I'm going to look weird as I get older. I'll be a weird old woman with scary teeth.''
However, with her senior years still decades away, the 21-year-old beauty is embracing her famous gap for now and even thinks it helps demystify the perception that models are perfect.
She explained: ''There's this whole idea of perfection [in modelling]. What younger girls don't realise is that these girls do have problems. It's good for people to realise everyone is human.''
Although the gap may be perceived as an imperfection, gorgeous Georgia can seek inspiration from fellow gap-toothed beauty Lauren Hutton - who is still modelling at the age of 69.
Like Georgia, Lauren was often advised to correct the gap in her teeth but valiantly embraced it and went on to appear on the cover of American Vogue 26 times.
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