Bianca Jagger

Bianca Jagger ( born Bianca Pérez Morena de Macías; born May 2, 1945 in Managua, Nicaragua ) was a supermodel of the 1970s, actress, and is currently, in 2012, human rights activist. It is Nicaraguan and British citizen.


Bianca Jagger participated was influenced by her mother as a teenager in demonstrations against the regime of the Somoza family. At 16, she won a scholarship to the University of Paris Sorbonne and studied political science. On May 12, 1971, she married in St. Tropez Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones; In the same year she gave birth to her daughter Jade Jagger. Eight years later they divorced.

Since the mid- 1980s she has been active for Amnesty International. Their activities led to Bosnia and Kosovo, to Afghanistan and Pakistan. She currently lives, 2012 in London and New York.

Bianca Jagger is an honorary member of the Club of Budapest.

In March 2010, she was in the documentary The 4th Revolution - to see EnergyAutonomy.


For their commitment to human rights, social justice and environmental protection they received in 2004, endowed with 70,000 Euros Right Livelihood Award in New Delhi. In the same year she was awarded a Women's World Award.


Ring Affair

End of August 2008 lost Bianca Jagger in Salzburg a supposedly about 200,000 euros expensive, occupied with a 15 -millimeter aquamarine platinum ring. The Finder assumed originally that it was a key chain. When he learned through the media of its value, he gave the jewel to the police. Jagger is kept covered against the attorney of the Finder on the payment of the legal finder's fee of 10,100 euros. Jagger's lawyer expressed respect to the finder's fee, his client wants to satisfy any claims bill, because it was felt that the finder had only given the ring " massively delayed" ( eight days after the beginning of the reports in the media). After Jagger's lawyer, the representation of the finder, he had held the ring for a worthless key chain, is said to have considered nonsense, handed the Finder in November 2008 brought an action for injunctive reputation-damaging statements. The process began on 4 May 2009 was reinstated without result. An out of court settlement, 1,000 euros and 9,000 euros in favor of the finder as a donation to Amnesty International, declined the page. In early 2010, the new lawyer requested the finder a continuation of the proceedings at the Salzburg Regional Court.