You may want to sit down – in a rocking chair – for this news story. Mick Jagger, the 70-year-old rock and roller who has been on stage as the front man of the Rolling Stones for 51 years, is going to be a great-grandfather, according to the Huffington Post on Saturday.
Jagger’s 21-year-old granddaughter, Assisi Jackson will give birth to Jagger’s future great-grandchild next year. The father of the baby is reportedly a chef who has been dating Jackson for over a year. Jackson’s mother was Jagger’s first wife, Bianca Jagger.
Besides the upcoming great-grandchild, Jagger has seven children - aged 14 to 42 – who have four different moms, and three grandchildren including Jackson.
Besides the long-lasting popularity of Jagger’s music, he continues to grace concert venues throughout the world. This summer, the band’s performances included a concert in Washington, D.C.
Jagger is the founding member of the Rolling Stones. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 and saw knighted – Sir Mick Jagger – in 2003 for his services to music. Jagger, who was born in Dartford, Kent, England, was the son of mother Eva Ensley Mary (Scuffs) Jagger and father Basil Fanshawe ‘Joe’ Jagger. Jagger is not a stage name.