On a day out with Mick Jagger, his 22-year-old son towers over his father and rocks a Britney Spears shirt.
Lucas Jagger has matured significantly, and he has posted a slew of images from his travels across the country, including a couple with his father.
Time passes by at a breakneck pace. On Thursday, November 18, Lucas Jagger published a collection of images from his recent “around the US” trip. The 22-year-old uploaded a number of images, including one of him and his father, Mick Jagger, enjoying some quality time together. Lucas has a similar appearance to Mick Jagger, the 78-year-old Rolling Stones vocalist, but he is considerably taller.
Lucas and his father were photographed in a mock-up pharmacy. The father and son combo had their coats in their hands. As he leaned back for the snap, Mick exuded some of his trademark cool. He wore an olive green pair of slacks and comfortable sneakers with a flowery button-down shirt. Lucas was dressed in a bright Britney Spears t-shirt, dark slacks, black boots, and spectacles. Both of the males had black masks on their faces.
Other images Lucas provided showed him at his father’s shows during The Rolling Stones’ recent US tour, which began on September 20 and ends on November 23. In the first selfie, Lucas was seen in the throng wearing a black Stones beanie. He also uploaded a video of an event organizer expressing her delight at attending her first Rolling Stones concert. Lucas was also photographed reading, riding his bike, eating lunch at a park, and enjoying a day at the beach.
Mick has eight children, and Lucas is one of them. Georgia May Jagger, his older half-sister, uploaded a selfie of the two of them in July when her younger brother came to see her in Los Angeles. Lucas’s year has been one of ups and downs. In April, after undergoing ear surgery, the rocker’s son updated his fans and following to let everyone know that he was doing fine.
Mick has had a wild year as well, reuniting with the Stones for their first U.S. tour after being forced to postpone gigs due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Unfortunately, The Stones suffered a huge setback on August 24, when drummer Charlie Watts passed away at the age of 80.