Mick Jagger's 2-Year-Old Son Devereaux Rocks on While His Father Performs on Stage
Mick Jagger’s son, Devereaux, busted some cool moves as he showed full support for his father during the Rolling Stones concert in Jacksonville on Friday.
Two-year-old Devereaux came out to watch his rockstar dad perform in Jacksonville -- the Rolling Stones’ first performance in the city in 30 years. The toddler came with his mother, Melanie Hamrick, who shared a photo carrying her son.
In a photo released by TMZ, the 32-year-old was seen waving at her boyfriend while carrying cute little Devereaux who wore neon green headphones. Another picture showed the little boy busting cool dance moves backstage.
Deveraux, the youngest child of Jagger, was born on December 8, 2016, joining his seven other siblings: Elizabeth, Gabriel, Georgia May, Jade, James, Karis, and Lucas. His mother, ballerina and longtime girlfriend of the Rolling Stones frontman, is hands-on in raising her child.
Mick Jagger's Toddler Son Watches Him Rock in Jacksonville https://t.co/60ygimBo2Q— TMZ (@TMZ) July 25, 2019
In April, Jagger underwent a heart valve replacement surgery that caused the cancellation of the band’s tour. The rock n roll icon was advised to seek medical treatment and full recovery before proceeding with his regular performances.
The entertainer took to Instagram to explain how he felt about his band’s canceled dates and apologized for the inconvenience it brought to their fans. He wrote:
“I’m devastated for having to postpone the tour but I will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as I can. Once again, huge apologies everyone.”
However, last month, Jagger updated his fans about his positive health and preparation for their North American summer tour. He posted Instagram photos with subtle hints that he is doing a lot better.
As Jagger is back on tour, he confessed that being on the road is not something he loved as much as he did in his younger years. He balances the time spent on tour and at home to have rest and family time.
“I don’t do it all the time, like 12 months a year. When you’re young, that’s what you do. Today, I spend three or four months on the road in a year, and that seems to be quite a good balance,” he said.