Bianca Jagger (born Bianca Pérez-Mora Macias, May 2, 1945) is a Nicaraguan-born social and human rights advocate and a former actress and fashion icon.
Jagger currently serves as a Council of Europe Goodwill Ambassador, Founder and Chair of the Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation, Member of the Executive Director's Leadership Council of Amnesty International USA, and a Trustee of the Amazon Charitable Trust.
Over the past thirty years she has written articles and opinion pieces, delivered keynote speeches at conferences and events throughout the world and participated in numerous television and radio debates, about numerous issues including genocide, the war in Iraq, the war in Afghanistan, the war on terror, war crimes against humanity, crimes against future generations, the Former Yugoslavia, Sri Lanka, Central America, Iran, Iraq, India, children and women’s rights, the rights of indigenous peoples, climate change, the rainforest, renewable energy, corporate social responsibility, the ensuing erosion of civil liberties and human rights, and the death penalty.
Bianca Jagger was the first wife of Rolling Stones star Mick Jagger.
On May 12, 1971, while she was four months pregnant, the couple married in a Roman Catholic ceremony in Saint-Tropez, France, and she became his first wife.
The couple's only child, a daughter named Jade, was born on October 21, 1971 in Paris, France.
Bianca became a prominent jet-set celebrity of the 1970s, known particularly as a chum of artist Andy Warhol and a frequent patron of the Manhattan nightclub Studio 54.
In the 1990s she emerged as a social activist, campaigning for the environment and speaking for the human rights group Amnesty International.