Mick Jagger has birthday brunch

Mick Jagger.
Mick Jagger. Bang Showbiz

Sir Mick Jagger marked his 71st birthday with a family brunch.

The Rolling Stones rocker was joined by eight people - including daughters Georgia May and Karis - at Hakkasan New York on Saturday (27.07.14) during a break from his group's current world tour.

Mick stuck to sparkling water, but his guests toasted his birthday with Brooklyn Pilsner, onlookers told the New York Post Newspaper's Page Six column.

The group dined on a lavish feast, which included a steamed dim sum platter with Wagyu beef, dumplings, prawn toast and barbecued lamb.

Meanwhile, the 'Paint in Black' hitmaker's bandmates marked the occasion by posting online a five-minute clip of highlights from his 50-year career, with the footage soundtracked by 'Emotional Rescue'.

Mick was left devastated earlier this year when his long-term girlfriend L'Wren Scott committed suicide but he has recently been rejuvenated by the birth of his grandson Ray and great-granddaughter Ezra.

His daughter Jade, who gave birth to her third child Ray last month, said: "My dad loves babies. He's really good with them and is a big family man. 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."

The 71-year-old singer became a great-grandfather for the first time in May after Jade's daughter Assisi, 21, gave birth to baby Ezra four weeks before the former model, 42, welcomed Ray into the world.

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