Designer Jade Jagger insists she isn't worried about growing old and would never resort to plastic surgery in a bid to save her looks.
Jade Jagger isn't worried about growing old.
The 38-year-old designer - daughter of Rolling Stone legend Sir Mick Jagger and his ex-wife Bianca Jagger - says she has no concerns about ageing and would never resort to plastic surgery in a bid to save her looks.
The mother-of-two told Britain's HELLO! magazine: "I don't worry about getting older. I'm not interested in Botox or getting a facelift. There comes a point where you have to let go and accept that you are no longer the youngest and that you have other things to offer.
"I want to grow old gracefully. I imagine myself going back to painting and living in the countryside."
Jade also defended her decision to allow her two teenage daughters, Assisi and Amba, to wear hot pants and high heels in a promotional video for one of her clothing lines.
She said: "I think the criticism was very silly. First of all, I don't think they ever wear provocative clothes and, in any case, I am usually there to keep an eye on them."