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Georgia May Jagger: I'll work with Waterhouse

Georgia May Jagger: I'll work with Waterhouse

Georgia May Jagger may collaborate with Suki Waterhouse on a photography project.

As well as being two of the hottest names in fashion right now, Georgia and Suki are also close friends.

Both are used to having their picture taken and even pose for each other now and again.

"Suki used to be my proper model. We've been taking pictures of each other for eight years, so maybe we'll do something together," Georgia told British newspaper Metro.

While a joint venture with Suki is on the cards, a career in music is most definitely not.

Georgia, 23, followed in the footsteps of her famous mother Jerry Hall and became a model, landing campaigns with Rimmel, Thomas Sabo and Thierry Mugler. She's also walked the runway for designers including Isabel Marant and Alexander Wang.

She can also hold a tune, but won't be trying to emulate her dad, Sir Mick Jagger's, career as a singer.

"I love music, but I won't go into music. I like to sing, but I can't play an instrument - I have a tambourine that lights different colours, that's pretty much it," she admitted.

Aside from photography, Georgia doesn't see the need to add another string to her bow. She's currently using Instagram to source inspiration for a Minnie Mouse style exhibition that will show during London Fashion Week in September.

"I don't think there's anything wrong with just being a model," she shrugged.

Instagram users can upload their Minnie Mouse style using the hashtag #MinniStyleUK.

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