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Georgia May Jagger take mum's jewellery

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Georgia May Jagger take mum's jewellery

Georgia May Jagger admits she's stolen pieces from her mum's jewellery collection.

The 24-year-old beauty - daughter of Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger and supermodel Jerry Hall - says she can't resist taking a few items from her mother because they're such great pieces.

She said: "I have a lot of her costume jewellery from when she was modelling, like stuff from Chanel. It was funny because I asked her the other day, 'When you first worked for Chanel, who was the designer there?' She was like, 'Coco Chanel.' I was like, 'Oh my god, really?' It's quite amazing."

Talking about her latest steal, she told InStyle: "They're like gold chains and, you know, big bangles. The '80s was kind of all about that big, chunky costume jewellery and I think that's going to come back."

Georgia is currently the face of Thomas Sabo jewellery and she says every girl should own a nice pair of earrings.

When asked about essential pieces, she said: "I think a great pair of earrings like hoops or studs, and a cocktail ring, which is always nice for an evening."

She added: "Choose something that isn't just a fad, something that you feel that you would wear all of the time that goes with your style. I kind of think that more is merrier, so I don't have a problem with wearing gold with silver, but some people prefer one or the other."