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Who's That Girl? Hint – Her Daddy Is A Famous 'Rolling Stone'!

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Georgia May Jagger In Harper's Bazaar

When your father is one of the most famous and iconic rock stars of all time, and your mother is a former super model, you might think that those are pretty big shoes to fill! But 18 year old Georgia May Jagger, daughter of legendary rocker Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, seems to be a chip off the old block(s).

Georgia graces the cover of November’s Harper’s Bazaar subscriber issue and reveals what it’s like to grow up with famous parents.  Of her dad, Mick Jagger:

“My dad’s not a very intimidating father figure.”

“He always wanted me to do my best. I’m quite dyslexic in school. My dad let me figure out what I wanted to do on my own. My parents never really lecture me.”

“My dad has more sparkly stuff than most men.”

I think it’s awesome that her parents have let her be her own person . And I love that she says that her dad has more ‘sparkly stuff’!

Growing up the daughter of one of the most famous musicians of all time seems to have rubbed off on Georgia as well. Seems that like her mother, Georgia also has a thing for men who are in music. Georgia is dating Django James Stewart, who is the son of Eurythmics band member Dave Stewart. But she says her dad is cool with her dating a musician; “Our parents know each other. My dad’s cool with that kind of stuff,” she says.

Georgia has also done some topless ads for Hudson Jeans, but having an ex-supermodel as a mom means that her mom understands the industry and doesn’t judge her decision;
“My mum did a lot of very provocative work with Helmut Newton. She understands. It is pretty crazy, though. I didn’t think that it was going to be on giant billboards everywhere.”

You can check out more shots from the Harper’s Bazaar interview here.

Photo credit: Heidi Slimane for Harper’s Bazaar

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