Georgia May Jagger's parents Sir Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall taught her that life should be ''fun''.

The 24-year-old model is always so busy due to her hectic career in the fashion business but from observing how her mother and father live their lives and speaking to them she has acquired the knowledge to never get too stressed about work.

And the famous pair should know a lot about coping with hectic schedules as Georgia's dad Mick, 73, is the singer for The Rolling Stones and mum Jerry, 60, became one of the world's first supermodels when she was strutting on catwalks in the 1970s and 80s.

Speaking to Prestige Hong Kong magazine about the life lessons she has learnt from her family, she said: ''I think it's that life is about having fun, because if we go through every day just being really stressed about our careers or what's happening the next morning, rather than enjoying the moment that you're in, life can escape you a little bit. So I think it's important to appreciate it and know that when something's happening, it's fantastic.''

Georgia signed to Independent Models in 2008 and has gone on to star in campaigns for many luxury fashion houses such as Chanel, Miu Miu and Versace.

The sultry star doesn't think she could ever work in an office and complete the same duties every day because she likes the perks of her job in the fashion industry and the variety of her work.

She explained: ''What I like [ about modelling] the most is just that it's never the same every day.

''I don't think I could work in an office where I had to do the same thing every day because I just like meeting these different, amazing people, going to amazing places, getting to wear these amazing clothes, having all these experiences - I love the creativity of it all.''

However, Georgia is surprised her career has been such a success and has admitted when she first began modelling it took a while for her to ''really realise'' she had broken into the fashion industry.

She said: ''In the beginning I didn't really realise that things were happening until after they happened. It was kind of crazy.''