Mick Jagger’s son Gabriel is married! See the beautiful photo
Proud dad Mick Jagger has four sons, four daughters and, for a little over a week, a brand new daughter-in-law.
Gabriel Jagger, the 23-year-old son the Rolling Stones frontman shares with his ex-partner and former supermodel Jerry Hall, married Swiss celebrity Anouk Winzenried on July 17th in London.
Gabriel Jagger and Anouk Winzenried's wedding (Anya Campbell / Getty Images)
A photo from the couple's big day shows the couple looking each other in the eye and smiling as they pose hand in hand in front of a sprawling English lawn. The groom wore a deep blue suit to the wedding, while his bride, the daughter of Janine and Andrea Winzenried, wore a flowing cream-colored dress with a sweeping train and sparkling seahorse earrings.
Related: The legendary rocker obviously loved having his boys with him on his birthday.
Gabriel, who founded the multi-format media platform WhyNow in 2019, and Anouk announced their engagement in January 2020, according to British magazine Tatler.
Gabriel Jagger starts his new positive media platform "whynow" at Petersham Nurseries (Dave Benett / Getty Images)
In addition to Gabriel, Jagger, 78, and Hall, 65, share daughters Elizabeth, 37, and Georgia May, 29, and son James, 35.
Jagger also has a 50-year-old daughter, Karis, who he shares with former partner Marsha Hunt, and 49-year-old daughter Jade from his marriage to ex-wife Bianca Jagger. He is also the father of son Lucas (22) from his relationship with Luciana Gimenez and son Deveraux (4) from his current relationship with Melanie Hamrick.
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