Mick Jagger may have a 19th Nervous Breakdown when he sees the June issue of Playboy—one of his four daughters has bared all for the men’s magazine.
“I’m kind of a topless person,” explains Elizabeth “Lizzy” Scarlett Jagger. “I’m quite European, so when I’m at the beach, I prefer to be topless.”
With a father who has lead the Rolling Stones for half a century and a mother who was one of the world’s first supermodels, Lizzy has a linage that would likely lead to a clothing optional lifestyle.
“People assume that because I was brought up on Rolling Stones tours and my father is who he is, I’m some kind of rock-and-roll bad girl,” says Lizzy. “But I do like to have a bit of fun.”
Lizzy’s mom, Texas-born model Jerry Hall, set the precedent when she disrobed for Playboy’s October 1985 issue—while Lizzy was still in diapers.
But both of Lizzy’s parents are “cool” with her Playboy debut.
“They understood that when you don’t know when you’re going to have kids, it’s nice to have wonderful pictures of your 20-something self," she said. "And at 27, I feel comfortable expressing myself through my body.”
And while Lizzy’s six-page pictorial is definitely, ahem, “bohemian,” the brunette beauty knows how to behave when company comes.
“My father, being English, taught me which forks to use and how to have polite conversation," she said. "And my mother, being Texan, taught me the ‘yes sir, no sir,’ kind of thing. They both have very good manners.”
And good manners are always important, whether wearing clothes or not!
- via Fox News