Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall welcomed their second daughter in 1992
“Being in the public eye is all I have ever known — it’s what I was born into. I think because of that, I have never looked to find fame at all,” she told Harper’s Bazaar U.K. in 2023.
Even though she’s been the face of campaigns such as Rimmel London, Versace and Chanel, Georgia tries to balance the publicity with normalcy.
“I have always just wanted to keep my life as normal as possible, I still have a lot of the same friends from when I was a kid, and I always try to make sure I have a lot of personal time which is nothing to do with this world. I think that really helps to keep my life balanced,” she added.
Growing up, her parents were supportive of her forging her own career path and making a name for herself. “My dad let me figure out what I wanted to do on my own. My parents never really lecture me," she told Harper’s Bazaar in 2010.
"My dad's supportive of all my endeavors," the model continued. "When I was a kid, I wanted to be a tightrope walker and a marine biologist, and I think my parents wouldn't be surprised if I did all of those things too."
From her childhood in London to her sweetest moments with her famous dad, here's everything to know about Mick Jagger’s daughter, Georgia May Jagger.
She was born in London
Jagger and Hall welcomed their second daughter, Georgia May, in London on Jan. 12, 1992. She was the third child for the pair, joining sister Elizabeth Scarlett and brothers James Leroy.
“Once I had children, I appreciated my own mother so much,” Hall told Marie Claire Australia in 2022. “I thought it was the most wonderful experience of my life and wanted more. Motherhood makes me feel proud and see the interconnectedness of the world.”
She is a model
Georgia followed in her mom’s footsteps and began modeling at age 16. She has walked the runway and posed for designers, including Missoni, Pandora, Wrangler and Vivienne Westwood, among others.
“I went into modeling as a teenager not really expecting it to become a proper career for me, it was just something I was interested in doing when I was young,” she told Harper’s Bazaar U.K.
While she has been modeling for over a decade, she remembers the words of wisdom her supermodel mother imparted when she started.
“Her advice to me about being a model was always be yourself, be happy, never do something that you don't want to do,” she told The Evening Standard in 2012.
She studied art and photography
Georgia relocated from London to New York City in 2010 to enroll in an art program at the School of Visual Arts to pursue a fine arts degree in photography.
"I didn't want to miss out on my education to model. I can't do just modeling," she told Teen Vogue shortly after the move. She took courses in art and photography, telling the magazine the latter was something she could imagine herself “doing as a career.”
While her primary focus has been modeling and fashion, she enjoys a creative outlet — such as pottery class — in her spare time.
She is dating skateboarder Cambryan Sedlick
Georgia has most recently been linked to skateboarder Cambryan Sedlick. The pair began dating in 2021 and enjoy traveling the world together.
The couple often post snaps from their journeys, which have included Paris, Las Vegas and Lake Como. While in Italy, where the model wrote on Instagram that she has "accepted [her] fate as a tourist."
Georgia has previously spoken about her connection to the sport. "My life has always been naturally surrounded by skateboarding and music," she told Volcom. "I always find myself attracted to the city, street culture and musicians."
She co-owns a hair brand
Georgia is co-owner of BLEACH London, a haircare brand and hair salon with locations in London and Los Angeles.
As a teenager, she met co-founder and celebrity hairstylist and colorist Alex Brownsell on one of her first shoots and became her client. Over the years, the two developed a friendship and eventually turned into business partners.
“I would actually get my hair done at the first BLEACH salon [in Dalston, London],” she told Forbes in 2021. “I was a big fan of the brand, and then five or six years ago, Alex asked me if I wanted to become a partner with her and our other business partner, Sam Campbell. I obviously wanted to do it."
Georgia's mom also showed her support of the business by hosting the launch of the brand’s new Reincarnation Shampoo and Conditioner in 2022.
“We don’t want anyone to feel like they can’t have a bit of BLEACH,” she told the outlet about the brand expanding into products.
She takes pride in fashion and beauty
Georgia likes to experiment with makeup and fashion and has several collaborations in the space.
She launched an organic skincare brand called May Botanicals in 2023, teamed up with Hourglass Cosmetics to curate a customized eyeshadow palette in 2021 and collaborated with French womenswear retailer Morgan in 2018 to create a summer collection.
Most recently, Georgia was named the new face of denim brand 7 For All Mankind. “I only ever work with brands that I really love, but this particularly felt like a great fit for my style,” she told Harper’s Bazaar U.K. of the collab.
She enjoys cooking and horseback riding
When Georgia isn’t working, she tries to maintain balance through food and exercise.
“I love cooking and trying out lots of new things — and fitness, doing stuff like yoga and pole dancing classes as well,” she told British Vogue in 2021.
Georgia added that she enjoys mixing up her workout routine to include swimming, something she called “meditative,” in addition to one of her favorite pastimes: horseback riding. She has been riding since she was a child and can be frequently seen atop one, including on vacation with her mom to Hawaii in 2023.
She is an environmentalist
The model has spoken on the importance of being environmentally friendly, with a mission to incorporate sustainability into her business ventures. As co-owner of BLEACH London, she told The Hollywood Reporter in 2019 that the brand was “becoming carbon neutral.”
"I’m hoping that the planet will be here for future generations and not just for us,” she shared. “We’ve been doing a refill stations in our salons and just trying to come up with new, innovative ways to become more environmentally conscious."
She has also championed sustainable swimwear designed out of recycled fishing nets as part of her collaboration with Volcom, according to a 2017 post on X (formerly known as Twitter).
Georgia is also an ambassador for Project Zero, which raises awareness about ocean conservation.
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