Georgia Jagger's Model Mother
Georgia Jagger gets modelling advice from mother Jerry Hall and was thrilled when the pair worked together in a new campaign for Australian suncare brand Invisible Zinc.
Georgia Jagger gets modelling advice from mother Jerry Hall.
The 18-year-old beauty - whose father is Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger - has teamed up with her mum in a new campaign for Australian suncare brand Invisible Zinc and Georgia admits it was fun working together.
She said: "She's so great. She was like, 'Go put your hair like this, stand this way, get in the good light.' It was good. It was nice to have a buddy - I usually work on my own."
Georgia - whose elder sister Lizzie has also followed in their mother's footsteps by becoming a model - is very close to her 53-year-old mother and the pair even share clothes.
She told Style magazine: "Our whole family is close, especially the girls. Half my closet is hers."
Jerry added: "We love to go get ready in my dressing room and discuss what we're gonna wear to this or that, or new make-up or, y'know, things we've discovered."
Georgia - who is the face of Hudson jeans and Rimmel London - is totally in awe of her mother's modelling past because she's lived such a glamorous life.
She said: "Mum's awesome! Me and Lizzie love her. We think she's so cool. I'm always saying to people when I'm on photo shoots about what mum says and her old stories from fashion and how it used to be."