Jerry Hall gets fashion advice from her daughters.
The 59-year-old model and actress has revealed she looks to Georgia May Jagger, 23, and Elizabeth Jagger, 31 - who she has with former husband and Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger - to help her with her wardrobe but admits she would look ''silly'' if she wore the same outfits they did.
She said: ''You don't want to look silly wearing things that are too short, showing your midriff or too much skin. You don't want to wear any styles that are too young ...
''I try to still dress glamourously but not like my daughters ... [They] are so great at it, they are always coming over and telling me what I should be wearing.''
And when it comes to her beauty regime, Jerry sees the doctor every six months as a ''preventative'' measure.
She told the Mail Online: ''I love yoga ... I also see an Ayurvedic doctor, which is an ancient Indian thing ...
''I go and see the doctor to balance my system twice a year, it's preventative. They take my pulse, give me some herbs and tell me what I should eat and what I should avoid. They rub oil on me too, it's so lovely. It's like a detox. I've been doing it for 30 years, I think it's good.
''My other tips are sleeping well, drinking lots of water and getting lots of fresh air. You need to eat well too.''
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