Rolling Stones - Georgia May Jagger Wants Longer Legs
Georgia May Jagger is envious of mother Jerry Hall's long legs and wishes she had inherited them.
Georgia May Jagger wishes she had her mother's long legs.
The 18-year-old model - daughter of Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger and former supermodel Jerry Hall - says she's envious of her mum's long pins as she thinks hers are a little on the short side.
She said: "I look at my mum and just think, 'Oh my God, those legs!' I didn't get them. I'm 5ft 7in and a half, which is pretty small for a model, and I spend a lot of time working out which clothes will make my legs longer."
However, Georgia - who is the face of Hudson jeans - has now discovered a few tips, which make her legs seem longer.
She said: "I'm completely obsessed with jeans - and boots - but never together, jeans and boots definitely make your legs look shorter. It's all about scale. I wear jeans on my hip, which elongates everything."
As well as envying her mother's long leg, Georgia is also in awe of her wardrobe.
She told Britain's Grazia magazine: "She has the most amazing wardrobe, full of 70s gowns and style that have come back into fashion from a few decades ago. But it's not access-all-areas and my mum has to be with me when I take something."