I like the Hudson pictures....and I wouldn't recommend her keeping her mouth closed. She looks perfectly fine as she is, tooth gap included. Like she mentioned herself, why would she want boring Hollywood teeth?
Her parents wanted her to finish her A-Levels (art, photography, sociology) but now that school's out... some snippets from the Daily Mail:
The 17-year-old has posed topless in her first major photoshoot since she was signed up to a modelling agency last year.
Dressed in nothing but a pair of tight black jeans, the third child of Sir Mick and Jerry Hall pouts provocatively at the camera. Another picture shows her with her arms crossed over her naked breasts while a further image shows her posing with boyfriend Django James, 18, the son of rock star Dave Stewart.
The racy advertising campaign is for U.S. jeans brand Hudson and is to be unveiled in magazines and on billboards in September. The shoot took place in East London earlier this year with photographer Mario Sorrenti, who also shot his former girlfriend, Kate Moss, naked, in the infamous Calvin Klein Obsession campaign.
Hudson spokesman David Lipman said of the decision to recruit Georgia: '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.'
Georgia's father, 65, is said to be dubious about her career choice. It was during London Fashion Week in 2004 that Elizabeth Jagger, then 20, shocked him on the catwalk. A friend of Sir Mick told the Mail at the time: 'No father likes to see his daughter baring her breasts to the public and Mick, for all his own louche ways, is no exception.'
But Georgia said earlier this week that her mother, who will appear naked in the West End in Calendar Girls, has been more supportive. Miss Hall gave her tips on how to succeed in modelling - and how to strip off gracefully. 'She always says, "Be nice to everyone, even if you don't like it. Just be nice and gracious. And don't show your bum",' said Georgia.
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