Mick Jagger couldn't help but steal the spotlight at his second oldest daughter's wedding on Saturday (June 30th), according to Reuters. The Rolling Stones frontman wore a purple and pink pinstriped suit as he walked his daughter, 40-year-old jewelry designer Jade Jagger down the aisle at her wedding to DJ Adrian Fillary at Aynhoe Park, "a grand 17th Century Palladian house set in 250 acres near Banbury in Oxfordshire, England." Also in attendance was Jagger's main squeeze L'Wren Scott, along with Jagger's two ex-wives, Jade's mother, Bianca Jagger and Jerry Hall. Jagger performed at one point during the festivities, tackling the Stones' 1969 classic, "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
Jade's two daughters 20-year-old Assisi, 20, and 17-year-old Amba, 17, served as bridesmaids, while model Kate Moss' nine-year-old daughter Lila Grace was the flower girl.
Jagger, who's always maintained very strong family ties -- both with his brother and parents along with his various exes and kids -- says that he's not the superstar showman that people believe him to be at all times: "Sometimes people find it hard to understand that you could be all these things (laughs) at once. And people put their own image on you, y'know, like they do on any actor or actress or any other popular figure. They put their own idea on you. And that's what you're for, just a personal interpretation."
IN OTHER STONES NEWS
Last night (July 2nd), Keith Richards and daughter Alexandra were on hand at Manhattan's Iridium Club to catch Charlie Watts' early show with his solo ensemble the A, B, C & D Of Boogie Woogie. Although Keith stayed seated at his table and didn't sit in, he enjoyed a hero's welcome upon entering and clearly enjoyed the boogie woogie music and drinks.
Out now is the A, B, C & D Of Boogie Woogie's concert collection, Live In Paris. The album was recorded over several nights in September 2010 at Paris' Duc Des Lombards jazz club. The setlist is a mix of originals, improvisations, along with blues and boogie woogie standards. Highlights on the collection include "Down The Road A Piece," "St. Louis Blues," and "Route 66."