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Georgia May Jagger's first class shoot for British Airways

25 JULY 2013 British model Georgia May Jagger walked a different kind of runway this week as she took part in a glamorous photoshoot to launch the new Britsh Airways A380 double decker aircraft.

The model, 21, is seen boarding the plane in a stunning full-length pale pink Roberto Cavalli gown with embellished detailing as she posed for the promotional photos at Manston Airport in Kent.


 

 

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Mick Jagger’s youngest daughter was joined by South Africa’s top rugby players Jean de Villiers and Bryan Habana alongside England’s Chris Robshaw.

The men are pictured attempting to pull BA’s largest aircraft, weighing 366,000kg, down the runway.

Photos were taken as British Airways have recently announced that Johannesburg, South Africa will be the next route for the A380 aircraft.

The stunning model was perfect for the job as she has recently visited South Africa with her model boyfriend, Josh McLellan.

 



"Me and Josh went to South Africa recently and that was really amazing... and also I went to Japan, that was incredible," she told The Sun.

Although she is known for her jet-setting ways, Jerry Hall’s daughter has said that she will actually be spending the rest of the summer in England.

"I'm staying in England, the weather is so nice and because I'm looking after my dogs, Poppy and Daisy. They're very old, that's why I'm staying, she can't go to the kennel, she's kind of fading, I think this is her last summer. She's 16," she explained.

 



Georgia’s British Airways flight followed her modeling for the airline’s launch of their Boeing 777-3000ER in Sydney, Australia in April.

The star, who shares a flat with fellow Brit model Cara Delevingne, recently posed for LOVE magazine’s 10th edition ‘Sweetie Issue’ shot by Met Alas and Marcus Piggott.

Georgia, along with Cara and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, wear bespoke sets of ears and bows to pay homage to Minnie Mouse.

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