Elizabeth Scarlett "Lizzy" Jagger (born March 2, 1984) is a British-American activist, model and actress. Born in New York City to Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger, she has seven siblings, among them are Georgia May Jagger, James Jagger, Gabriel Jagger, and paternal half-sister of Jade Jagger. Elizabeth Jagger grew up in London, where she attended Ibstock Place School.
Jagger has devoted significant time to studying equal rights. A long-time feminist, Jagger is a activist for the Equal Rights Amendment. Jagger successfully lobbied for the Equal Rights Amendment to pass in Illinois in 2018. Edit career
Jagger's first appearance on the fashion runway was in 1998, when she modeled for Thierry Mugler alongside her mother. During the Rolling Stones' 1999 Bridges to Babylon tour, she and her sister Georgia May Jagger sang backup vocals. Jagger also modeled for Tommy Hilfiger in Spring/Summer 2016 campaign.