Mick Jagger’s ex-wife Jerry Hall suffers loss after loss in TV celebrity hunt for antique bargains



You can’t always get what you want! Mick Jagger’s ex-wife Jerry Hall suffers loss after loss in TV celebrity hunt for antique bargains










As the wife of billionaire Rupert Murdoch, she is used to the finer things in life.

But Jerry Hall doesn’t always differentiate between valuable antiques and tattoos.

The former model, who has four children with her ex-husband Mick Jagger, suffered a string of losses on a BBC2 show in which she scouted antique shops for items to auction.

Luxe: As the wife of billionaire Rupert Murdoch, Jerry Hall (pictured) is used to the finer things in life, but she doesn’t always differentiate between valuable antiques and tattooing

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Bad luck: The former model suffered a series of losses on a BBC2 program in which she scouted antique dealers for items to auction, including a top hat (pictured)

The 65-year-old from Texas appeared on the Celebrity Antiques Road Trip last night with psychotherapist Philippa Perry, 64, wife of artist Grayson Perry.

The two faced off as they roamed the Home Counties each with an expert, Miss Hall in a boat-tailed Buick Type.

One item that caught Miss Hall’s attention was a rare £ 175 Huntley & Palmer cookie tin shaped like a stack of books.

When asked which cookies she would keep there, Miss Hall replied, “I love these crumbly oatmeal cookies with chocolate on them.”

Although she was advised not to buy it, she wiggled her eyelashes at the dealer and dropped the price to £ 75.

Oh dear!  One item that caught Miss Hall's attention was a rare £ 175 Huntley & Palmer cookie tin shaped like a stack of books.  But the tin only cost £ 32 at auction

Oh dear! One item that caught Miss Hall’s attention was a rare £ 175 Huntley & Palmer cookie tin shaped like a stack of books. But the tin only cost £ 32 at auction

Not very valuable: His top hat, piano stool, and Sunday stick (a golf club that doubles as a walking stick) also took a loss

Not very valuable: His top hat, piano stool, and Sunday stick (a golf club that doubles as a walking stick) also took a loss

But the tin only cost £ 32 at auction. His top hat, piano stool, and Sunday stick (a golf club that doubles as a walking stick) also suffered a loss.

Starting with £ 400 apiece, winner Ms Perry ended up with £ 358.82 – while Miss Hall was down to just £ 230.48.

When asked at the start of the show if she was a fan of antiques, Miss Hall replied, “Yes. I am. I know a little but it’s exciting.

Later in the episode, she taught Medhurst how to parade through the antique store.

Miss Hall, who started modeling in the 1970s, is married to 90-year-old media mogul Rupert Murdoch. The couple married in 2016.

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