Why Are They Famous ? Elizabeth Jagger
Sunday 04 October 1998
Appearance: Jerry Hall in a tangle with a baby giraffe.
Fame Game: Elizabeth, 14, blessed with the enthusiastic orthodontic style of her mother instead of the industrial vacuum-cleaner features of her father, is a naturally blessed catwalk commodity. Signed by Models One, her parents insist she complete her education before she comes over all Naomi. But to buck the trend of a generation of modellettes famous for being famous, there's the Valerie Campbell reverse-and-play method.
Family Values: Elizabeth is elder sister to James, Georgia and Gabriel, and half sister to Jade and Karis. Whereas Jade has inherited the famed paternal "child-bearing lips" and plies a nice line in tights adverts, jewellery, Hello! shoots, boyfriends and granddaughters, Elizabeth has yet to break out of the parental fastnesses and explain herself to the waiting world.
Riches to Riches: In true
do-as-I-say manner, Elizabeth has had an upbringing more suited to a braying toff than the daughter of a notoriously wild swinger and a drawling Texan ever ready with her bedroom quotes. Jagger-Hall productions feature Eton, not Dartford Grammar; Richmond, New York, Mustique and the Loire Valley rather than Tex-Mex rodeo towns. Whereas Jerry was discovered in St Tropez, Elizabeth hangs out with Marie Helvin and models alongside her mother in Paris.
Fame Prospects: Revoltingly good. Witness the fashion world's sticky embrace of Stella McCartney, mysteriously the coolest girl in the fashion universe. When Elizabeth finally models for Chloe, and Mick and Paul are larging it in the audience, we can all officially throw up.
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