Is Mick Jagger Set to Welcome Baby Number Nine at 80? Find Out Now!

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger may be 80 years old with eight children, but his days as a baby daddy may not be over just yet. Close friends of his fiancée, Melanie Hamrick, have revealed that she is eager to have another child with Mick, which would mark his ninth. According to a source, Melanie adores Mick and believes he is a fantastic father. It wouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone if an announcement is made soon.

The couple currently enjoys raising their seven-year-old son, Deveraux, nicknamed Devi, together and are considering giving him a sibling, if fate permits. Mick is currently on tour with the Stones in the U.S., with Melanie and Devi accompanying him. The ’24 tour of Hackney Diamonds will hit Las Vegas tomorrow and conclude in California in July.

In an interview last year, Mick expressed a hint of weariness when it comes to raising babies, mentioning that it’s something you can get out of practice with. He humorously remarked, ‘It’s not like riding a bike.’

Deveraux was born in 2016, making him 17 years younger than Mick’s next youngest child, Lucas, whom he shares with model Luciana Giminez. Mick shared insights on parenting, noting that each child has their unique personality, and as a parent, you can help shape them to a certain extent. He finds joy in having children, regardless of age, but laments the challenges of balancing work and parenting responsibilities.

Last December, Melanie posted photos on Instagram of Mick, herself, and Deveraux celebrating their son’s birthday, expressing her love for Devi in a heartfelt message. Despite Mick only being legally wed once to Bianca Jagger, his enduring, though unofficial, relationship with model Jerry Hall was often referred to as a marriage. Their bond remains strong post her split from media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

His current relationship with former ballet dancer Melanie Hamrick seems to be a harmonious one, with no intentions of formalizing the union in marriage. Hamrick, who released a ballet-themed novel last year, is described as a perfect match for Mick and a calming presence in his complex family dynamic.

Mick’s brood comprises Karis, Jade, Lizzie, James, Georgia May, Gabriel, Lucas, and Deveraux, from various relationships, showcasing the expansive nature of his family. Despite his rockstar status and age, Mick Jagger seems to continue embracing fatherhood with open arms, and who knows, another addition to his growing family might be just around the corner.

In other news, the Cannes Film Festival is taking a proactive approach towards addressing the prevalent issue of abuse within the French film industry. A movie titled “Moi Aussi,” created by actress Judith Godreche, sheds light on the pervasive nature of abuse experienced by individuals in the film world. The festival aims to amplify these personal stories, acknowledging the importance of giving a platform to survivors of abuse.

Godreche’s film features real-life accounts of individuals who reached out to her after she encouraged them to share their stories through Instagram. The overwhelming response from 6,000 respondents led to the creation of a powerful narrative that will be showcased at Cannes as part of the Un Certain Regard section.

Notably, Godreche herself filed complaints against two prominent male directors, highlighting the prevalence of exploitation within the film industry. Her courage in coming forward has sparked a national conversation, culminating in a government-led inquiry to address sexual and gender-based violence across various creative sectors in France.

Reflecting on past encounters, musician John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, discussed an amusing anecdote featuring singer Kate Bush. Lydon’s attempt at a duet with Bush was met with resistance, with Bush reportedly declining the song’s lyrical content and opting for a collaboration with Peter Gabriel instead. The comical exchange sheds light on the dynamic nature of artist collaborations and personal relationships within the music industry.

British actor Nicholas Lyndhurst’s role in the Frasier reboot was proposed by Kelsey Grammer’s wife, Kayte Walsh, who envisioned Lyndhurst’s character as a friend to Dr. Crane in the series. The second season, with Lyndhurst playing Professor Alan Cornwall, has commenced filming, promising a fresh perspective in the beloved television series.

Francesca Moody, an acclaimed West End producer, is exploring the possibility of transitioning the Netflix hit “Baby Reindeer” into a stage production. The show, based on Richard Gadd’s one-man performance, has garnered global recognition on the streaming platform, sparking interest in a potential West End adaptation. Moody’s expertise in producing impactful theatrical works suggests a promising future for the stage rendition of “Baby Reindeer.”

Lastly, the BBC comedy-drama “Inside No 9” concluded its filming with a unique wrap gift for the cast, Russian dolls symbolizing the characters portrayed by the actors throughout the series. The inventive parting gift reflects the whimsical nature of the show, known for its inventive storytelling and clever twists.

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