Texan supermodel Jerry Hall has branded her children's dyslexia "a gift" after it was reported her four kids by Rolling Stones frontman SIR Mick Jagger suffered from the learning disability. Hall admitted her children ELIZABETH, 23, JAMES, 21, GEORGIA MAY, 15, and nine-year-old GABRIEL all struggle with dyslexia, which can cause difficulty when reading and writing. But Hall - who herself suffers from the condition - refuses to let the disability hinder their lifestyle, and instead thinks of it as a blessing. She says, "They all take after me. Being dyslexic is difficult at the very beginning but as you get older you learn to cope with it and I think it's great. "It's like a gift because it makes you think differently."