Jerry Hall who was married to Rolling Stones’ Sir Mick Jagger for nine years revealed that she and all four of her kids with Jagger suffer from dyslexia. 50 years old Hall, said that the family consider the condition as a blessing since ‘it makes you think differently’.
The former model yesterday revealed that her kids Elizabeth, 23, James, 22, Georgia May, 15, and nine-year-old Gabriel are all suffering from the learning difficulty. She said, They take after me. Being dyslexic is very difficult in the beginning, but as you get older you learn to cope with it and I think it’s great. It’s like a gift because it makes you think differently.
Hall, who spends two hours every day driving Gabriel, the youngest one to a special school for dyslexic children says that the slog is worth it. The second son James, a budding musician has recently trained to be an actor in New York.
Hall stays with all her four young Jaggers at her former marital home on Richmond Hill in Surrey. She has recently signed to be the new face of Flash detergent.