Jerry Hall the long time companion of music legend Sir Mick Jagger has revealed that all four of her children with the 63-year-old rocker are dyslexic.
Hall said that the children have taken after her, for she is dyslexic too, and that though having the learning disability is difficult in the beginning, as one grows old it becomes easier to cope with it.
“They all take after me. Being dyslexic is difficult at the beginning but as you get older you learn to cope with it and I think it’s great,” The Sun quoted her, as saying.
The American supermodel and actress said that having dyslexia is a gift.
“It’s like a gift because it makes you think differently,” she added.
Hall has four children with the Rolling Stones star, Elizabeth, 23, James 21, Georgia May, 15, and Gabriel, 9.