This foreign born former celebrity is a blast from the past who all of you knew at the time.
Once, she made one of the worst decisions ever when it came to a breakup which cost her millions of dollars.
Now, she has found a much much older man and has been transferring his assets into her bank account.
How ex-supermodel Jerry Hall went from life with Mick Jagger to Rupert Murdoch
In 1978, 21-year-old Jerry Hall, a Texan by birth and Parisian model by inclination, was at a fashion show in the City of Light. Faced with the show’s hectic scene — dresses flying, young women squeezed into outfits for approval by a fickle crowd — she was bored. Or, maybe, hoping for something better.
“Sometimes,” she told The Washington Post at the time, “I think to myself, ‘Maybe Mr. Right is at the end of the runway, some guy who’ll take me away from all this lunacy.’”
Since she left the Dallas suburbs at 16, Hall, 59, has courted three very famous Mr. Rights — two rock stars and one of the most powerful businessmen in the world. Now, she’s tying the knot with the third man: 84-year-old News Corp. executive chairman Rupert Murdoch. The news came the old-fashioned way: via the Marriages and Deaths section of British newspaper the Times, owned by Murdoch’s company.
“They have loved these past months together, are thrilled to be getting married and excited about their future,” a spokesman for the Murdoch family said, as the Associated Press reported.
Murdoch has been married three times before; Hall had a long-term relationship with Mick Jagger, and they went through a marriage ceremony in 1990 that Jagger later argued wasn’t valid. Life with a Rolling Stone and a future with Murdoch, a man said to be worth $11 billion, wasn’t necessarily imaginable for a girl who grew up poor.
“I was 5’10” when I was 14, skinny and flat, with huge feet, and I never had a boyfriend,” she said in 1985, when she published her memoir, “Tall Tales.”
As Hall has said, growing up in a large family in Texas in the 1950s and ’60s was less than glamorous. She was terrified of her alcoholic father, a truck driver with a bad temper.
“He was very violent,” she said in 2008. “He had to drive explosive chemicals across the country and took uppers and would come home and beat us five girls. He broke bones.”
At 11, she got her first job, cleaning out horse stables. Though unglamorous, the job led to her first sexual encounter after she and a friend got their hands on a copy of “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex.”
“We read about orgasm and all that and thought we were really missing something,” Hall said. “We wanted to get it over with, so we asked the champion bull rider if he would do it with us. We did it in the hayloft, in the rain. It was quick, and not so romantic, but I think it’s always that way the first time.”
At 16, she’d had enough. She set out for Paris with one suitcase filled with her mother’s knockoff outfits of Frederick’s of Hollywood clothing. – Read more here