Georgia May Jagger used to ''make fun of'' modelling and claims she never had any plans to embark on a fashion career.
Georgia May Jagger used to ''make fun of'' modelling.
The 20-year-old beauty - who is the daughter of rocker Sir Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall - insists she never had any plans to embark on a fashion career, but her mother knew she would always follow in her footsteps.
Georgia said: ''I was really not that into it. I always thought my mum was super-glamorous and I loved her clothes, but I was against modeling and would even make fun of it. Of course now, Mum's like, 'Ha, ha, told you'. ''
The blonde star also admitted she is surprised that her career has lasted so long as she knows it is unusual to stay a popular face.
She added to Elle magazine: ''I still don't expect it when I get jobs.
''The reason I thought my own modelling career would be a bit of a phase is because of my mum and Lizzie, who know what the industry is like. I just thought I'd model for one season. Sometimes models do last a long time, like my mum, but that's not really very Common.''