The star says her parents taught her to always have fun
Georgia May Jagger says she owes a lot to her parents Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, as they taught her to have fun and not take life very seriously.
Although she manages a hectic modeling career, Georgia has observed as her parents live a busy, but seemingly care-free life, which has taught her not to stress much about work.
This mentality has surprised the model as the two have undoubtedly experienced a hectic life themselves. Mick, 73, is the lead singer for The Rolling Stones while Jerry, 60, became a prominent supermodel when tending to catwalks during the 1970s.
Speaking to Prestige Hong Kong magazine about everything her family has taught her, Georgia revealed: “I think it’s that life is about having fun, because if we go through every day just being really stressed about our careers or what’s happening the next morning, rather than enjoying the moment that you’re in, life can escape you a little bit.
So I think it’s important to appreciate it and know that when something’s happening, it’s fantastic.”
The young entrepreneur signed to Independent Model nearly a decade ago and has since starred in many lucrative campaigns for fashion venues such as Chanel and Versace.
She also says she was never meant for a typical office jobs as she enjoys the perks that come with modeling as well as the variety. These include meeting successful faces, trying out new styles and enjoying extraordinary experiences on a regular basis.
“What I like [ about modeling] the most is just that it’s never the same every day.
“I don’t think I could work in an office where I had to do the same thing every day because I just like meeting these different, amazing people, going to amazing places, getting to wear these amazing clothes, having all these experiences – I love the creativity of it all.”