» name ; chloe grace jagger
» age ; seventeen
» personality ; quiet, friendly, caring, artistic, passionate, intuitive, suspicious, impatient
» likes ; singing, ice-cream, animals, painting
» dislikes ; being taken advantage of, hypocrisy, squealing, superficiality
» sibling name and relation ; mick jagger's daughter
» crush ; just these two :3 http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m6cruwyBcW1qkw68c.gif
» back - up options ; emma watson or lily collins
» tag at least 3 people ; @xo-caityheartsjulia @xoxo-megan @xobri02

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