Her mum is a renowned model who captivated rock gods with her looks, and her older sister is carving out a name in the fashion world. But this hasn’t discouraged 17-year-old Georgia May Jagger from following in the family footsteps.
The teenager has just posed for her first big photo shoot since signing to Elite, the same model agency that represents her mother, last year.
From the pictures, it's apparent that Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall's third child has not only inherited her famous dad's pout, but she also has the Texan beauty's flair in front of the camera, not to mention her long iconic locks.
And she uses these attributes to full advantage as she faces the camera, wearing nothing but a pair of black jeans, in the latest advertising campaign for Hudson jeans.
The series of shots – taken in East London earlier this year – were captured by famed photographer Mario Sorrenti, who is known for snapping his then girlfriend Kate Moss nude for her iconic Calvin Klein Obsession campaign.
They include pictures featuring Georgia May's boyfriend Django James – the 18-year-old son of Eurythmics musician Dave Stewart – and will be unveiled on billboards and in magazines from September.
"It's all about the heritage of having Mick Jagger as a dad and Jerry Hall as a mum. But more than anything, it's her spirit that captivates me," said a spokesman for Hudson, whose jeans are worn by the likes of Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston.
While it's thought dad Mick, 65, is unsure about Georgia's choice of career – he was said to be shocked when his 20-year-old daughter, M&S model Elizabeth Jagger, walked down the catwalk at London fashion week 2004 in a transparent dress – mum Jerry has been happy to share her know-how.
"She always says, 'Be nice to everyone, even if you don’t like it," the sultry teen revealed recently. "'Just be nice and gracious. And don’t show your bum."
Fifty-three-year-old Jerry certainly knows about disrobing with style. She recently bared all along with EastEnders actress June Brown to promote the stage production of Calendar Girls, which starts its second run in four days time.