He is a father, a grandfather, a great-grandfather.
He has had more wives and partners than I have had cars.
He’s a music icon, one of ‘the most influential frontmen in the history of rock and roll’.
Without him and the Rolling Stones, music wouldn’t be what we hear today- and probably without John Lennon and the Beatles too.
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At 75 years of age, Mick Jagger is a living legend, one with an estimated net worth of $360 million, 1,6 million Instagram followers.
If we had to explain the expression ‘still rocking it’, Mick Jagger would be how.
The third child Mick Jagger had with Jerry Hall, the 5th of Mick Jagger’s eight children, Georgia May Jagger is a symbol of that new beauty, perfect imperfection and body positivity we have been heard of in the last couple of years.
You might recognise her for her distinctive features in fact, some of which she surely inherited from Sir Daddy, from a mouth that was made to sing more than pose for cute selfies.
And that’s exactly what she’s not doing, we don’t blame her. How can you become one of those blonde bimbos and go against that roughness, authentic spirit of rebellion, desire for uniqueness and standing out that daddy started back in the 70s with his vocal performances in pieces such as Brown Sugar?
At 26 now, she’s been working with most major fashion labels, including Chanel, Versace and Vivienne Westwood. She also represented British fashion at the 2012 London Olympic Games alongside Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Lily Donaldson.
There is in fact a bit of Kate Moss in her, and if you look at some of her fashion shots you will be captured by the melancholic stare she poses and the far from beauty perfect traits. The gap in her teeth being commented the most on Instagram
Comments she has taken this way:
“There have been some interesting debates about my teeth on Instagram,” “When 12-year-olds tell you to go get braces and then someone answers, ‘Don’t tell her what to do’, that’s really sweet. There’s this whole idea of perfection in modelling. It’s good for people to realize everyone is human. I still worry I’m going to look weird as I get older. I’ll be a weird old woman with scary teeth,”
she told Net-a-Porter.
Thing is, with the notoriety her father has and has had for the last decade it makes it a little hard to get unnoticed, with or without a huge gap in your teeth. We are glad she has embraced her ‘being different’, becoming one of those models inspiring people to highlight what they have instead of hiding it. If you become one amongst her 885 thousand Instagram followers, you will encourage a world of beauty where models of her like and her friends Winnie Harlow and Adwoa Aboah rule.
Then it hits us. The world has always been like this. Look at Mick Jagger. Hasn’t been he made of his tongue and mouth the most copied, replicated and worldwide famous timeless trademarked logo?