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Because if anyone doubts Georgia May Jagger's star pedigree, but just ask her what she inherited from her Rolling Stone dad Mick and quick as a Jumpin' Jack Flash she laughs: "My lips!"
And model Georgia, 20 - talking to German media on her launch as the face of Madonna's new Material Girl fashion range - says she has no plans to enhance the family's trademark pout with cosmetic surgery.
"I think it's a joke that everybody has to be perfect. I have these old-fashioned English teeth with big gaps and that's the way it's going to stay," she explained, adding that her supermodel mum Jerry Hall has banned any ops.
But despite her dad being one of the most famous rockers in the world, Georgia May says her home life is a lot quieter than people think.
"In general my life isn't really as mad as many people seem to think," she explained.
"My daddy doesn't go on tour anymore and is often at home. My mother lives with her new boyfriend and loves gardening. We're a really relaxed family," she added.
But Georgia May has picked up more from dad Mick then just his famous rubber lips, she revealed.
"I love old music, blues, Motown, rock," she said, adding that the Stones' 'Sympathy for the Devil' was her favourite track by her dad.
But now Georgia May is working with another veteran star, as she helps launch the collection Madonna designed with her 15-year-old daughter Lourdes.
"It's really exciting to be chosen by Madonna and Lourdes as the new face of the Material Girl collection," said Georgia May, also the face of Versace, H&M, Rimmel Kosmetik and Hudson Jeans
But the Vogue cover girl says she has no plans to follow in her dad's rock 'n' roll footsteps after modelling.
"If I were to try something else, I would rather move into photography," she said.
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