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Daughter says Mick Jagger to be great-grandfather

In this June 29, 2013 file photo Mick Jagger, center, Ronnie Wood, left, and Mick Taylor, of British rock band The Rolling Stones, perform on the Pyramid main stage at Glastonbury, England. The Rolling Stones on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013 announced they’ll be playing a gig March 22, 2014 at the Adelaide Oval in Australia. The band hasn’t played the country since 2006. A news release says former member Taylor will be a special guest for the concert. (Associated Press file photo)
In this June 29, 2013 file photo Mick Jagger, center, Ronnie Wood, left, and Mick Taylor, of British rock band The Rolling Stones, perform on the Pyramid main stage at Glastonbury, England. The Rolling Stones on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013 announced they’ll be playing a gig March 22, 2014 at the Adelaide Oval in Australia. The band hasn’t played the country since 2006. A news release says former member Taylor will be a special guest for the concert. (Associated Press file photo)
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Sunday, November 24, 2013 04:48 pm
LONDON — Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is set to become a great-grandfather early next year.His daughter Jade told The Sunday Times that her 21-year-old daughter, Assisi, expects to give birth in several months.

She tells the newspaper she does not expect Jagger to slow down now that he's set to become a great-grandfather. The ever-popular Stones plan to tour Australia next year.

Assisi tells Hello! magazine that Jagger was pleased when she told him the news.

She tells the magazine, "He said, 'Well done.'"

She says, "I imagine it's nice to be a great-granddad, although I'm not sure he likes the idea of getting old, or being called one. I call him Mick — I wouldn't start calling him grandpa."

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