It was a family affair at The Rolling Stones‘ BST Hyde Park in London on Sunday as generations of the band’s children attended the show.
Ronnie Wood‘s wife Sally, 44, appeared in good spirits at the gig where she brought along their twin daughters Gracie and Alice, six.
Two of Mick Jagger‘s children also turned out for the event as both Georgia May, 30, and Lucas, 23, were seen among the revellers.
Family: Ronnie Wood’s youngest children, twins Gracie and Alice, six, were in attendance at The Rolling Stones’ BST Hyde Park in London on Sunday with their mother Sally
One of Ronnie’s daughters was dressed in an adorable ‘Daddy’s Superstar’ T-shirt as she posed for a snap alongside her mother.
Along with his twins, Ronnie, 75, is father to son Jesse, 45, with his first wife Krissy, Leah, 43, and Tyrone, 38, with his second wife Jo Wood and her son Jamie, 47, who he adopted after they married.
Mick’s daughter Geogia cut a trendy figure for the event as she donned a black mini dress with matching tights.
The model, who attended the concert with her friend Cara Delevingne, also sported a pair black ankle boots and a matching shirt.
Show: Mick Jagger’s daughter Georgia May, 30, was spotted in the crowd during the performance
Sibling: Georgia’s half brother Lucas, 23, who Mick shares with Luciana Giminez, also attended the gig
Lucas also opted for a laid back look as he sported a grey Rolling Stoes hoodie and navy jeans.
Georgia is Mick’s daughter from his relationship with model Jerry Hall while Lucas was born from the rocker’s affair with Luciana Gimenez.
Mick has a total of eight children from his past relationships, including Jade, 50, with 70s fashion icon Bianca Jagger, and 51-year-old Karis with Marsha P Hunt.
Along with Georgia, Mick had three other children with Jerry, Elizabeth, 38, James, 36, and Gabriel, 24.
Mick shares his youngest child Devereux, five, with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick.
Fashion: Geogia cut a trendy figure for the event as she donned a black mini dress with matching tights
Casual: Lucas also opted for a laid back look as he sported a grey Rolling Stoes hoodie and navy jeans
The rockers were said to have paid an homage to their roots by recreating the Surrey pub where they started off playing gigs backstage at the Hyde Park festival.
According to The Mirror, the band members – some of whom have in past spoken about cutting back on drinking and going teetotal – ordered a series of drinks from the previously named Red Lion pub in Sutton.
It is now called the Winning Post, but the building holds serious nostalgic value for the band.
The venue is where they made some of their first appearances in the 60s.
They also asked for some food from the pub, including Guinness cakes, steaks and masala marinated chicken, the Mirror reports.
Rocking out: The Rolling Stones put on an enthusiastic performance as they took to the stage
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