My dad Mick Jagger makes me cringe, says Georgia
Model’s mother ‘likes nerdy stuff’ and her father is ‘a bit of a history buff’
It seems Georgia May Jagger, the gap-toothed model daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, is just as embarrassed by her parents as the rest of us. In an interview yesterday with the Australian paper The Age, she even agreed she found them 'daggy' - Oz slang for hopelessly uncool and unfashionable.
Interviewer Kate Waterhouse asked the 18-year-old: "Most people think their parents are daggy. Did you?"
Georgia: "I totally did and I still think that! People say all the time, 'Your dad is so cool,' but I'm like, 'But they're my parents and they cringe me out all the time.'
"For me, they are not super-cool because, like, mum is really obsessed with, like, nerdy stuff. She loves her chicken farming, she even reads books about chickens and raising chickens and I always poke fun at her about that."
As for the lead singer of the Rolling Stones, "My dad is actually a bit of a history buff."
Waterhouse, spotting there was mileage in the 'cringe-making dad' line, then suggested:
"I always cringe when my parents are on the dance floor but your parents would have all the moves..."
Georgia: "Yes, it's pretty funny when dad gets on the dance floor because he has got such a, like, I don't know how to describe his moves but let's just say he doesn't go unnoticed, you know what I mean?"
We do know what you mean, Georgia. ·
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