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Jagger family divided over Jerry Hall’s wedding

Sisters Jade and Georgia May Jagger are said to be split over their support for Jerry and Rupert Murdoch’s union
Georgia May Jagger

Onlookers were stunned by Georgia May Jagger’s sullen expression at mum Jerry Hall’s wedding earlier this month, but inside sources say it’s a sign of the model’s mixed feelings about the headline-grabbing nuptials.

Jerry, 59, and Rupert, 84, set tongues wagging when they took their relationship public at the Rugby World Cup final in November. The unlikely duo became engaged after just four months of dating, eventually tying the knot in London almost two weeks ago.

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While Jerry was seen beaming radiantly at her new husband throughout the lavish bash, her daughter Georgia May – who served as bridesmaid at the ceremony – failed to muster up a smile in many of the photos from the day.

“Georgia’s taken this the worst as she’s the closest to Jerry,” a source tells Grazia.

“She’s worried that her mum might get hurt as it all happened so quickly, but would never have snubbed the wedding. She’ll always support Jerry, but she doesn’t feel like she’s had much time to get to know Rupert and is still a bit unsure.”

Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch

Jerry and Rupert wed in a civil ceremony on March 4, before celebrating with friends and family at a larger event at London’s Spencer House.

Tellingly, the 24-year-old and her sister Lizzie have reportedly turned down invitations to join Jerry and Rupert on their loved-up honeymoon in France, and the insider says “family holidays have been ruled out for the moment”.

However, half-sister Jade seems to be more enthused about the couple. In an interview with Grazia, the designer revealed she was working on a TV project in India – and Rupert’s helping to foot the bill!

“My TV show will have more money than anyone’s,” she joked.

Jerry Hall and Rupert Murdoch

Jerry shared this wedding portrait of her “beautiful family”.

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