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Sir Mick Jagger’s daughter Georgia, 32, celebrates her baby bump with skateboarding dad-to-be Cambryan Sedlick, 24



Sir Mick Jagger’s seven-year-old son Deveraux is getting a playmate. The daughter of Rolling Stones singer Georgia May Jagger is expecting her first child.

“Patiently waiting for our new best friend,” the Burberry model, 32, said online alongside this photo of her cradling her growing bump.

The baby’s father is Cambryan Sedlick, a 24-year-old skateboarder from Texas.

I announced in 2021 that Georgia, with a fortune of more than £14 million, had split with restaurateur Louis Levy and moved on with Sedlick.

Sir Mick Jagger’s daughter has shown off her baby bump after expecting her first child
The baby’s father is 24-year-old Texas skateboarder Cambryan Sedlick

He said he was determined to make a career out of skateboarding, adding: “I want to keep doing this and making rent.

“I’d like to be able to get a savings account eventually.”

Kate’s copycat on holiday in Morocco

Kate Moss is rarely thrust into the spotlight in the fashion world, but she met her match in Morocco.

The supermodel showed up for dinner in a leopard print dress at fashion designer Jasper Conran’s hotel, Villa Mabrouka, in Tangier. She was greeted by the deputy general manager, Meriem Barakat, who wore a similar dress.

Luckily, Moss didn’t stick her claws out and happily posed for this photo.

Conran tells me: ‘It was lovely having Kate stay at the hotel. We had a very happy and relaxing weekend together.’

The son of late Habitat founder Sir Terence Conran and Superwoman author Shirley Conran acquired the property, which previously belonged to French-Algerian designer Yves Saint Laurent, in 2019.

Brian’s rock ‘n’ roll legacy

Sir Brian May, 76, is preparing to hand over the family business to his grandson. The Queen legend has commissioned a replica of Red Special, the electric guitar he made as a teenager from wood from the family fireplace, to be passed down through the generations.

“My grandson said he wanted a Brian May guitar for his birthday. He knew exactly what he wanted, so I had our boys make something special for him,” says Sir Brian.

‘He has taken the bit between his teeth and really wants it. He marches down that road without being pushed by anyone.”

May admits that he wanted to keep the new ax for himself. “When I got it and opened the box, I thought, ‘Oh gosh, I really don’t want to give this away, I want to keep this.’ But I’ll give it away.’

Lady Jean Campbell has suffered from chronic pain since a skiing accident at the age of 12. Now the aristocratic model has launched a podcast, I’m Fine, which explores different ways to overcome physical problems.

“Meditation, something I thought hippies and jobless people did, has shown me how to connect with something outside of myself,” Earl Cawdor’s 27-year-old daughter tells me at the launch party at Old Sessions House in London .

Lady Jean was accompanied by her friend Cora Corre, granddaughter of the late Dame Vivienne Westwood.

Plans to film Strictly Come Dancing live from the Buckingham Palace ballroom are yet to materialise, but could a member of the Royal Family compete for the glitterball trophy?

Head judge Shirley Ballas suggests this could happen this year during the BBC show’s 20th anniversary.

Strictly Come Dancing head judge Shirley Ballas suggested a member of the Royal Family would take to the dance floor during the 20th edition of the series

‘The royal family love it and they watch it every week, so one day we might get someone to do it. I didn’t say that, by the way.’ Your secret is safe with me, Shirley…

Pantomime Dame Christopher Biggins is furious about the rising price of tickets for West End shows – oh yes, he is!

“I got really angry because I wanted to see the girl from Succession in her one-woman show,” he says, referring to Sarah Snook in The Picture Of Dorian Gray.

Speaking at Sister Act’s gala night at the Dominion Theatre, Biggins added: ‘It’s £250 a ticket – this is going to destroy the West End.’ It must be said that there were also cheaper seats.