I've got it Hall now; Jerry, 44, falls for younger man.
JERRY Hall has revealed she's in love with a man who is 11 years her junior.
The former wife of rock star Mick Jagger is besotted with 33-year-old British film producer George Waud.
Texan model Jerry, currently starring as Mrs Robinson in the West End version of The Graduate, said: "He is way, way too young for me but there it is.
"He's gorgeous. He's smart. He's single. And he thinks he isn't good looking, which makes him all the more attractive."
The couple became an item after meeting at a friend's party.
The relationship first came to light in August when Jerry arrived at the London premiere party for Snatch, the film directed by Madonna's husband Guy Ritchie, on George's arm.
On that occasion George, who works for Paramount Pictures in Los Angeles, protectively steered Jerry through the crowd of fans.
Jerry, who has four children with Mick, insists George is "nothing like Jagger".
It is her first major relationship since she split with the Rolling Stone last July after 18 years together. She endured Mick's flings with younger woman but the final straw came when Mick had a son with Brazilian model Luciana Morad.
The pair still enjoy a close friendship with Mick living next door to Jerry's pounds 5million mansion in Richmond, London.
Jerry joked: "Mick - great guy, lousy husband."
But Jerry's relationship with Mick, 57, has been a role model for Prince Andrew, who still lives with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson. Andrew knew Jerry was one of the few people who would understand his domestic set-up.
Jerry said: "I saw Prince Andrew the other night and there was a real fellow-feeling between us.
"He said, 'Nobody else understands Sarah and me but you know exactly how you can be friends after the marriage is over'."
She added: "To have your ex as your best mate is just fantastic."
Jerry, who strips off on stage in her role as Mrs Robinson, has grown in confidence since the divorce.
She said: "I am so fed up with the past. I want what's hot and fresh and new.
"I love now. I love the future."
And she said she loves her career in acting.
Jerry said: "I'm hooked on it. There's some kind of chemistry that happens with the audience.
"Every night, without fail, it's better than sex."
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jan 15, 2001|
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