Jerry Hall slams surgery

Jerry Hall is "proud" to be getting older "gracefully" and wouldn't have cosmetic surgery.

Jerry Hall
Jerry Hall

Jerry Hall thinks cosmetic surgery is "dangerous."

The 58-year-old model claims she has never gone under the knife because she thinks it makes people "look silly" and she is "proud" to be aging naturally.

She said: "Aging gracefully is something I'm proud of, so I don't do anything invasive. I think plastic surgery is dangerous and makes people look a bit silly. There's nothing wrong with a handsome woman with a few lines on her face."

Jerry - who has four children with ex-husband Sir Mick Jagger - hasn't eaten sugar in almost 20 years and thinks sweet treats are "the worst thing in the world."

She said: "I quit eating processed sugar in my 40s to lose the baby weight from my fourth pregnancy. I haven't had it since. I think sugar is the worst thing in the world.

"I cook a lot, and I eat mostly protein and leafy vegetables. I like everything in moderation - beef, lamb, chicken, fish - but I try to avoid carbohydrates. "I don't drink that often, but I enjoy a glass of red wine with dinner."

Jerry also credits her model daughter Georgia May Jagger, 23, for inspiring her to stay fit and healthy.

She told Harper's Bazaar magazine: "I've been juicing quite a bit lately. My daughter Georgia has influenced me, and we've been trying different types of juices."

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