Sir Mick Jagger's daughter Jade Jagger claims the legendary rocker is impossible to buy gifts for at Christmas.
Sir Mick Jagger is impossible to buy Christmas presents for.
The Rolling Stones frontman's daughter Jade Jagger claims all seven of his children - who he has with four different women - struggle to buy their famous father festive gifts because he already owns everything.
Discussing her close relationship with her half-sisters, Jade said: ''Lizzy lives in London, and Georgia May is building a house here ... We talk about our career paths and our houses, and how difficult it is to find Mick a Christmas present.''
The unconventional family make a point of reuniting for Christmas and they plan to jet off to the private island of Mustique in St Vincent and the Grenadines for New Year's.
Jade explained: ''My dad has always been great at keeping the family together and having those important moments - Christmas parties, his birthday. We'll be spending New Year's Eve together, nearly all of us.''
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