SIR Mick Jagger's daughter ELIZABETH has reportedly quit modelling and set her sights on a career as an actress.
Jagger - whose mother is Texan model Jerry Hall - has decided not to renew a lucrative modelling contract with British high street chain Marks + Spencer so she can move to New York to attend a stage school.
The 24-year-old, first took to the catwalk at the age of 14 and subsequently landed a string of high profile contracts, including a deal with cosmetics giant Lancome.
But she has now reportedly quit to try her luck in Hollywood.
A source tells British newspaper The Mail on Sunday, "Lizzie's heart is set on acting and she doesn't want to harm her chances of success in Hollywood by being categorised as a 'model-turned-actress'."
The beauty has dabbled in acting before, appearing in 2002 coming-of-age film Igby Goes Down alongside Cruel Intentions star Ryan Phillipe and Jurassic Park star Jeff Goldblum.