It has been only a few short weeks since Mick Jagger, one of rock music’s most notorious wild men, celebrated his new status as great-grandfather. Now, the Rolling Stones front man has welcomed another addition to his family tree: a new grandson.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Mick’s daughter Jade became a grandmother when her daughter Assisi had a baby girl in May. Now Jade herself has had a baby boy, with husband Adrian Fillary.
It’s Jade’s third child, her first with Fillary, whom she married in 2012. The new grandchild makes Mick a grandfather five times over.
When Jade and Fillary married in 2012, E! Online reported that not only did Mick and Bianca Jagger, the bride’s parents, attend, but so did Mick’s long-time former flame Jerry Hall. According to E! at the time, Fillary is a disc jockey and they were wed at Aynhoe Park Hotel near Banbury, Oxfordshire in the United Kingdom.
Mick and Bianca were married for seven years, between 1971 and 1978. Jade Jagger is now 42, her famous father 70.
Jade Jagger, in addition to her role as mom and grandma, is a noted jewelry designer. Her links to the art world go far back due in part to her famous parents. Her official website quotes the late artist Andy Warhol, who said, “I love Mick and Bianca, but Jade’s more my speed. I taught her how to color and she showed me how to play Monopoly. She was four and I was forty-four.”
The UK’s Daily Star pulled few punches announcing the new birth, dubbing Mick Jagger a “wrinkly rocker.” Mick has made news himself of late, after being spotting with a young woman only a short period of time after the death of his partner L’Wren Scott. The New York Daily News reported the woman is an American ballet dancer in her late-20s, whom Mick met in February.
Quoting an unnamed insider early last week, the Star said friends are glad to hear of the new relationship: “Of course Mick is still sad over L’Wren but he is working through it and trying to move on with his life.”
The Rolling Stones are currently on tour in Europe, with dates in Vienna, Austria and Dusseldorf, Germany, scheduled for next week. Dates from March and April that were canceled to allow time for Mick to grieve the loss of L’Wren have been rescheduled for this fall.
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