Elizabeth Jagger's naked ambition

Last updated 14:41 17/05/2010
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NAKED AMBITION: Model Elizabeth Jagger says she would like to give nude modelling a try, before she has kids.

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Mick Jagger's fashion model daughter Elizabeth hopes to do a naked photo shoot before she has children.

The 26-year-old model - the eldest daughter of Sir Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall - regrets turning down an offer a number of years ago to pose nude for Playboy magazine because she would be happy to expose her breasts.

She told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: "I wasn't willing to do fully naked photos. You have to show your breasts and the top half of your bottom. I didn't have a problem with topless, and now, at 26, I'm thinking I should do naked pictures before I have children. Still, if it's quite sexual... you do have to have boundaries."

Lizzie insists her Rolling Stones rocker father is very open-minded and would be fine with her undressing for the cameras.

She said: "Actually, dad was fine with it when I started modelling. I was 20 and I'd already done pictures with my breasts out."

Lizzie also hit out at claims she is too thin, and is adamant she has a healthy appetite, despite what people might think.

She said: "I lose jobs all the time because I'm too skinny. I'm on my BMI, but I still get s**t for being thin. People tell me that I should eat more but they don't know me: I eat a lot. It's pretty unpleasant that people assume every model is anorexic and bulimic.

"People have looked at me funny when I go to the loo at a photo shoot."

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