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Thursday 11 August 2022 02:19 PM Which mansion WILL Jerry Hall get? Supermodel and Rupert Murdoch filed for ... trends now
Thursday 11 August 2022 02:19 PM Which mansion WILL Jerry Hall get? Supermodel and Rupert Murdoch filed for ... trends now

Thursday 11 August 2022 02:19 PM Which mansion WILL Jerry Hall get? Supermodel and Rupert Murdoch filed for ... trends now

BY JESSICA GREEN FOR MAILONLINE 

After six years of marriage, Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall are to divorce, leaving the Texan model single again at 65.

Hall has never been short of admirers since she burst onto the fashion scene after being discovered sunbathing in the south of France in the 1970s, however her love life has been anything but plain sailing.

She tied the knot with the Rolling Stones frontman, who she met in 1976, on a beach in Bali in 1990, however, their supposed marriage was deemed void by the UK high court following their split.

It was another humiliation for Hall, after putting up with the rocker's notorious philandering for years, admitting she 'forgave, and forgave, and forgave' to an 'unhealthy' extent.

Her union with Mick wasn't her first star-studded relationship, with the Texas native dating singer Bryan Ferry before her relationship with Jagger and appeared on the cover of his 1975 album Siren.

The couple became engaged, but she was wooed away from Ferry by Jagger. 

Friends of the 91-year-old media tycoon Murdoch and 65-year-old model, who wed in March 2016, were left 'surprised' by their sudden split, The New York Times said.

The union was the fourth marriage for Murdoch, who is worth an estimated $17 billion, while it was technically Hall's first marriage after her 22-year relationship – and four children – with Sir Mick Jagger.  

Here, FEMAIL takes a look back at Hall's varied loved life. 

Bryan Ferry and Jerry Hall posed together in the Amstel Hotel in 1976 in Amsterdam

Bryan Ferry and Jerry Hall posed together in the Amstel Hotel in 1976 in Amsterdam

BRYAN FERRY: 1975 - 1977

Hall is best known for her relationship with Jagger - however, she had a star-studded relationship history long before meeting him.

She moved to Paris as a model in the 70s and in 1975, in the guise of a mermaid, Hall appeared on the cover of her boyfriend Bryan Ferry's latest record album, Roxy Music's Siren.

Despite the age difference - Hall was 19 and Ferry was 30 - they started dating.

Five months later, the lead singer proposed to Hall and their professional and personal relationship continued, with her appearing in the video for Ferry's 1976 solo hit, Let's Stick Together.

By now, Hall was one of the most photographed models of her era, truly one of the first to gain the status of 'supermodel' and from the front covers of Vogue and Cosmopolitan magazines to the social pages of every publication, a woman instantly synonymous with glamour.

The girl from Texas was also earning a daily fee of $1000. The gossip columns would say that Hall met Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger at a dinner party in Manhattan and left Bryan Ferry for him.

But as Hall later revealed in her 2010 autobiography, Tall Tales, Jagger pursued her while she was still a teenager and engaged to Ferry, eventually seducing her in 1977.

Together, Jagger and Hall partied at the notable nightclubs of the day, Studio 54 and 21 Club in New York. Ferry would later write the song Kiss and Tell about Hall's infidelity.

MICK JAGGER: 1977 - 1999

Hall was previously in a long-term relationship with Rolling Stones rocker Mick Jagger, with whom she shares four children - Elizabeth, 38, James, 36, Georgia May, 30, and Gabriel, 24.

However the two parents, who met in 1976, never officially tied the knot during their 22-year relationship together.

While Hall's marriage to Murdoch marked her first official walk down the aisle - she and Jagger did have an unofficial marriage ceremony in Bali in 1990, however that was deemed void by the UK high court following their split.

They went through a legal battle over whether or not their 1990 Bali wedding service had been official after she filed for divorce in 1999. Her split from Jagger left her with an estimated settlement of up to $22 million.

The former supermodel, who was born in Texas, said she had thought that the marriage was 'valid' and that - as a result - the pair would need to go through official divorce proceedings.

However, a high court judge in the UK declared that the ceremony was not valid under British or Indonesian law and he therefore declared the marriage null and void.

Hall tied the knot with the Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger (pictured together in 1992) on a beach in Bali in 1990, however that was deemed void by the UK high court following their split

Hall pictured in traditional costume during her Bali wedding to Mick Jagger

Hall tied the knot with the Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger (pictured left together in 1992) on a beach in Bali in 1990, however that was deemed void by the UK high court following their split. Hall is pictured right in traditional costume on the day of the ceremony

In 2005, Hall opened up about her feelings over Jagger's alleged womanizing during their relationship.

She told the Evening Standard that she 'forgave, and forgave, and forgave and forgave to the point where it wasn't very healthy at all', adding: 'Sure, he wasn't a great husband, and I could gripe and grouse, but I think that's old hat.'

She also confessed at the time that she 'still loved' Jagger, but that their relationship had been so 'unhealthy', it had left her 'so depressed' and 'unhappy'.

'I still love him. But it made me so unhappy. I was unable to do anything because I felt so depressed,' she said. 'If you're in an unhealthy relationship, it's bad for your self-esteem. You have so many ups and downs that you can't be consistent...'

In 2008, Hall insisted she would never want her daughters to date a man like Jagger in an interview with Psychologies magazine.

She said: 'No, never. But I don't think they would. They have far more confidence than I did, and they have great boundaries. It took me longer to learn those.'

Hall shares four children - Elizabeth, 38, James, 36, Georgia May, 30, and Gabriel, 24 - with Jagger (pictured together in the '80s)

While Hall's marriage to Murdoch marked her first official walk down the aisle - she and Jagger (pictured in 1982) did have an unofficial marriage ceremony in Bali in 1990, however that was deemed void by the UK high court following their split

Hall shares four children - Elizabeth, 38, James, 36, Georgia May, 30, and Gabriel, 24 - with Jagger (pictured together in the '80s)

Hall conceded she had put up with the star's behavior for too long.

She said: 'I always thought he would change, and that was my big mistake. People don't change, unless they really want to, and you can't make them.

'I probably stayed with him for longer than I should have done. All I can say is that I really loved him, and he really loved me, in spite of all the other women.'

At the time of Hall and Murdoch's wedding in 2016, sources reported that Jagger was 'seething' over the union, with one friend saying that the rocker 'had a real problem' with the idea of the Australian media tycoon becoming a part of his family.

'This means that Rupert Murdoch is going to become a part of his extended family, and Mick has a real problem with that,' the insider claimed.

Hall reportedly ended things with Jagger after he had a child with Brazilian model Luciana Gimenez, but the former couple remain close friends.

Sangster was married to Susan Sangster (pictured) at the time. In 2015, Hall revealed to Radio Times that she embarked on an affair of her own with wealthy horse breeder Robert Sangster in order to give Jagger a taste of his own medicine in 1982

Sangster was married to Susan Sangster (pictured) at the time. In 2015, Hall revealed to Radio Times that she embarked on an affair of her own with wealthy horse breeder Robert Sangster in order to give Jagger a taste of his own medicine in 1982

ROBERT SANGSTER: 1982

In 2015, Hall revealed to Radio Times that she embarked on an affair of her own with wealthy horse breeder Robert Sangster in order to give Jagger a taste of his own medicine in 1982.

Although her retaliation initially worked, in the end she was forced to realize Jagger would never change.

Commenting on his philandering and the incessant lies he told her, Jerry was asked if she ever sought revenge at which point she re-opened the story of her dalliance.

'I did [want revenge]. At one point I went off and had an affair with somebody else. Robert Sangster. So lovely. Horse breeder. Then Mick would beg me back.'

She admitted the fling, which she claimed only lasted a couple of weeks, made her feel good; empowered, and was the only one during her 22-year relationship with the rockstar.

'The only big time. I thought Mick would eventually change, but he didn't,' she said.

Hall's 1982 affair with Sangster, who passed away aged 67 from cancer in 2004, was well-publicized and one she is reported to have described as a 'disaster'.

However her interview with the Radio Times was believed to be the first time she admitted she was motivated by a desire to seek revenge.

She added: 'He [Jagger] never annoyed me. Not little things. I mean his actions with other women were pretty bad but that was the only thing that annoyed me. Not little things.

'I mean his actions with other women were pretty bad but that was the only thing that annoyed me. He didn't annoy me day-to-day.

'He denied everything [the affairs] to the last. Well, I think most men do. He eventually had a baby with

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