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    She put up with his womanising for 20 years but Jerry Hall insists she would never want her daughters to date a man like Mick Jagger.
    The pair, who have four children together, were one of the most celebrated couples of the eighties but the Rolling Stones' frontman's roving eye was almost as legendary as his musical talent.
    She revealed she would 'never' want her daughters - Elizabeth, 21, and Georgia-May, 15, - to be in a relationship like the one she had with Jagger.


    Choose wisely: Jerry Hall says she would warn her daughters Elizabeth and Georgia (in London in 2005) off men like her former husband Mick Jagger
    She said: 'No, never. But I don't think they would. They have far more confidence than I did, and they have great boundaries. It took me longer to learn those.'
    Hall conceded she had put up with the star's behaviour for too long.

    She said: 'I always thought he would change, and that was my big mistake. People don't change, unless they really want to, and you can't make them. I probably stayed with him for longer than I should have done. All I can say is that I really loved him, and he really loved me, in spite of all the other women.'
    The couple wed in 1990 in Bali more than ten years into their relationship, but the marriage ended in 1999 after it emerged Jagger had fathered a child with Brazilian model Luciana Morad.
    Jagger had the marriage annulled on the grounds that the Hindu ceremony was not valid either under Indonesian or English law. It is understood Hall was awarded as much as £12.5 million in the divorce settlement.


    Ill fated: Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger during their 1990 Bali wedding

    Hall also revealed how her abusive relationship with her father left her with very low self esteem and that affected her willingness to stay with Jagger despite his repeated infidelity.

    She explained in an interview with Psychologies magazine: 'I was brought up in fear, and that really shapes your character. I suffered from low self-esteem for a long, long time. Our father came home from the war having seen a lot of terrible things.

    'He came back so damaged. And then he worked driving long-distance trucks, and he'd take all these uppers to stay awake. He'd get into violent psychotic rages. He thought he was still in the army and he would line us all up in a row and shout horrible, awful things, and he'd beat us badly.'
    The former model is currently penning her autobiography after signing a reported £1million worldwide deal with publishers Harper Collins.
    Last week she raised £28,000 for homelessness charity Emmaus after auctioning off old designer outfits from her wardrobe, including her wedding dress.

    The short white Antony Price garment was bought for £2,420 by Steven Philip of trendy vintage store Rellik.
    Hall said she did not find it difficult to let go of the item, particularly because the wedding had been annulled.

    She commented: 'It being annulled made it a lot easier. I'm hoping someone else will have more luck than I did. It feels great.'

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    No joke! She put up with a lot more than I could ever!
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    Her daughters will never look as good as her. She was amazing .
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    Oh, yeah...and you've been a stunning role model, Jerr. You stayed for 20 years and NOW you're bitchy. Whatev.

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    the girls look beautiful.im glad for them they're healthier than her
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    And how precisely would she stop them? If her parents told her not to marry Mick she would have told them to piss off.

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    I can't believe she dumped Bryan Ferry for Mick Jagger. Bad choice, but I love Jerry Hall.

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    It is understood Hall was awarded as much as £12.5 million in the divorce settlement.

    How the hell can she be with Jagger for 20 years and only get £12 million? Yet that skank-ass money-grubber Ho-ther Mills walks away with just over £24 million for a piddling four years? At least Jerry actually loved Mick and wanted her marriage to work. That is just sickening.

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    Like she could really stop them from marrying such a man...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy Burnett View Post
    Oh, yeah...and you've been a stunning role model, Jerr. You stayed for 20 years and NOW you're bitchy. Whatev.
    no kidding. i like jerry but really.
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    But Ho-ther was a model too!


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    If she didn't want her daughters to marry someone like Mick maybe she shouldn't have either.
    Mick has been the primary male role model in their life. From him they learn how a man's supposed to act. Plus, because she accepted his cheating for a long time she's taught them that it's acceptable behavior from a partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    It is understood Hall was awarded as much as £12.5 million in the divorce settlement.

    How the hell can she be with Jagger for 20 years and only get £12 million? Yet that skank-ass money-grubber Ho-ther Mills walks away with just over £24 million for a piddling four years? At least Jerry actually loved Mick and wanted her marriage to work. That is just sickening.
    Actually although she said that they were married, he said that they weren't and went to court to prove that the marriage wasn't valid under any law* (not english, not the law of the country they were married in); so in the end, it was some kind of "good will payment" and then I guess child support.
    Legend goes that Mick Jagger is even tigher than Macca, and I guess that this proves it. If she had been legally married, she would have got at least twice that.....

    Imagine throwing over Brian Ferry for Mick "I-have-a-cock-and-I'm-gonna-use-it" Jagger! Such an insult, plus he worshipped her, but she wanted a Rock Star..... blegh....... whatever.....


    * I remember divorce commentations or my barrister or someone saying at the time that he shouldn't have taken it to court as it damaged his image at that time. Obviously a number of their fans at that point are married &/or divorced with families and it was seen as behaviour unbecoming of a gentleman. He could have settled out of court.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    Mick "I-have-a-cock-and-I'm-gonna-use-it" Jagger


    Where do you come up with these?


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