What would old Rubber Lips think if he could see his daughter Jade Jagger sunbathing amidst litter and old tyres?
Well he needn’t worry she’s fallen on hard times, because rock star Mick Jagger’s gorgeous daughter chose to pose with the discarded tyres, plastic bottles and aerosols to launch a new campaign.
The 37-year-old model donned skimpy black sequinned shorts and hot pink killer heels to kick off a new drive to clean up Britain’s beaches.
She was photographed frolicking on golden sand strewn with litter and attempting to sunbathe amid a pile of rubber tyres and other rubbish to highlight the state of our beaches.
Corona’s Save The Beach campaign has revealed that 92 per cent of Britons would visit our coastline more often if they were cleaned of rubbish and better looked after.
And a staggering two thirds of Britons say they holiday abroad because our own beaches are in such a poor state, while 87 per cent of us blame the government for neglecting them.
The seaside at Blackpool has been voted the country’s least popular beach in stark contrast to Cornwall’s golden sands which topped the poll as most popular.
Environmentalist Alexandra Cousteau said: “Human indifference is the greatest threat to our coastline. Every one of us has the chance to make a change which is beneficial to our beaches.”
Katherine Clarkson, National Accounts