Mick Jagger finds joy in birth of great-granddaughter
Sir Mick Jagger has found new joy with the birth of his grandson, Ray Emmanuel and great-granddaughter Ezra Key, following the tragic death of his long-term partner, L'Wren Scott.
Sir Mick Jagger has found new joy with the birth of his grandson and great-granddaughter following the tragic death of L'Wren Scott.
The Rolling Stones frontman was left devastated after his partner of 13 years committed suicide in March but now his daughter Jade Jagger - the rocker's only child with first wife Bianca Jagger - has revealed that the recent birth of her son, Ray Emmanuel, and her daughter Assisi's baby, Ezra Key, have been able to help him through this ''difficult time''.
Talking to Britain's HELLO! magazine, Jade shared: ''He's been through a difficult time but it's been great to have two new babies in the family with the joy they bring.
''My dad loves babies. He's really good with them and is a big family man.''
The 42-year-old designer and her daughter were pregnant at the same time, meaning that Ray Emmanuel is actually Ezra's uncle, despite being younger than his niece by a couple of weeks.
New mum Assisi revealed that Mick is looking forward to meeting his first ever great-grandchild and even added that the rocker - whose entire family currently call him by his first name - might go by the title 'Grandpappy' in the future.
She said: ''I've spoken to Mick on the phone a few times and he's really keen to meet her. He's been asking about how she's changing and growing up. He'll meet her later this summer, hopefully. I'm really looking forward to the first family meet-up.
''I call him Mick so I'm not sure what she'll call him. Perhaps Grandpappy. But we haven't spoken about it yet.''
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