She's fast becoming one of the most in demand models and, judging by these pictures, it's not difficult to see why.
Georgia May Jagger
oozed effortless sex appeal as she shot a new ad campaign for make-up firm Rimmel aboard a boat.
Trussed up in a silver dress, the gap-toothed 18-year-old showed that with her father Mick Jagger's lips and mother Jerry Hall's legs, she has all the right ingredients to seduce the camera.
Georgia, who is currently studying for her A-levels while balancing her hectic modelling career, played the role of a sexy DJ for the shoot.
She was pictured taking to the decks with a pair of sparkly pink headphones.
In fact, the colour was something of a theme, with the huge sound system on board also painted pink.
True to form, Georgia was wearing lashings of red lipstick - her favourite colour, which has earned her the nickname 'Scarlet' by her friends.
She was joined by a host of other brightly dressed models on the jaunt, which was filmed on the Thames in London on Saturday.
Between takes, a team of stylists ensured she fully represented the brand's slogan - which urges women to 'Get The London Look' - as they worked their magic on the blonde star, reapplying her lipstick and tending to her hair, which was styled in loose curls.
Although sucking on a cigarette between takes might not have been quite what they had in mind.
Despite only being a part-time model, she has already appeared on the front cover of Vogue, as well as being the face of campaigns for Rimmel and Versace.
Last December, she was voted the British Model Of The Year at the British Fashion Awards.
She's earned close to ?600,000 and has a three-year ?1million deal with jeans manufacturer Hudson.
Georgia has also teamed up with her evergreen model mother Jerry Hall for their first joint project promoting the Australian suncare range Invisible Zinc.
The pair launched the brand at Selfridges in London last week.
But despite her rising profile, Georgia is still subject to the same rules as any teenager.
Last month, her father Sir Mick Jagger and Hall grounded their teenage daughter over concerns her partying was distracting her from her A-level revision.