It's not bad being the child of a Rolling Stone, eh? Lizzie Jagger, daughter of Mick Jagger has been walking the runway since age 13 and has bagged big deals with the likes of Marks & Spencer over the years. It was only a matter of time before fellow Rolling Stone child Jesse Wood followed suit and took advantage of the opportunities that come along with being the child of a rock icon.
Wood has been modelling for some time but has just landed a big contract with Calvin Klein. How big you ask? How about a seven-figure sum? Jesse won't be alone. His wife and two children will also appear in the advertisements.
"Jesse is absolutely thrilled," a friend of the model told The Telegraph. "The deal couldn't have come at a better time for him."
Recent reports claim that his father has made it clear that he will not be able to financially support his children since he has an expensive pending divorce to his second wife, Jo Wood, after he was caught having an affair with 20-year-old Russian waitress Ekaterina Ivanova.
I bet they wish they never had this photo taken now. Earlier this month, Billy and Katie Lee Joel announced their divorce amidst rumours that Katie Lee had been having an affair with designer Yigal Azrouël. Page Six implied that Katie Lee's close relationship with the designer was the main cause for the split. However, her rep was quick to squash any such rumours.
According to The Cut, a source close to the designer claimed that "he definitely fooled around with Katie, but he wasn't exclusive." To add fuel to the fire, Page Six also suggested that Azrouël deliberately gets close to female editors in order to further his career.
I'm sure more will come of this story in the next few days...
It's another case of the fashion-world split-ups (no more Agy Dean and Albert Hammond Jr), as Rachel Roy files for a divorce from hip-hop hubby Damon Dash. Too much alliteration?
The two married in Mexico four years ago, and Roy reportedly said she wants 'nonmonetary relief'. The designer's soon-to-be ex perhaps could use some relief in the monetary department, as he already owes $2 million in New York state taxes.