Jade comes under fire over daughters plunging necklines 19th September 2006 Jade Jagger and her daughters Assisi and Amba at a London Fashion Week party Mother and ex-wild child Jade Jagger has come under fire from child charities for letting her daughters wear revealing clothing to a party. The girls - aged 11 and 14 - left their school uniforms at home and instead opted for daring plunging necklines to accompany their mother to a London Fashion Week bash. Posing next to 34-year-old Jade - dressed herself in a revealing mini-dress - Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger's grand-daughters looked confident in their party outfits. Eleven-year-old Amba wore a low cut green top with jeans, high-heeled boots and a matching bag, and 14-year-old Assisi sported a short gold dress with a neckline slashed to the navel. But it appeared Amba was not entirely happy with her outfit, according to the Daily Express. She was overheard complaining to her mother that her top was showing too much flesh, but was told: "Don't worry - it looks great". The outfits outraged child protection charities. Michelle Elliot, director of the children's charity Kidscape, told the newspaper: "Parents must act responsibily when buying their children clothes. "Most parents would not want their children to dress like this. Kids should be kids and not dressed like mini-adults. "It is pathetic that you would dress your children in such a way and take them out in public." Assisi and Amba are both children from Jade's seven-year relationship with the artist Piers Jackson.