He penned a poem for L'Wren Scott shortly after she died.
His first date with L'Wren Scott was at Le Train Bleu in Paris
At L'Wren Scott Memorial, he spoke of L’Wren’s nurturing side, whether her deft navigation of the role of stepmother, caring for him when he was sick, planning massive family celebrations or insisting on “hobbling” to his grandson Zak’s first baseball game despite a fresh orthopedic issue.
At L'Wren Scott Memorial, he recalled at first glance he was “entranced by this tall, beautiful enigmatic woman.”
At L'Wren Scott Memorial, he said that early in their relationship they went to a club, and L’Wren danced on the tables in her three-inch heels. “It was something.”
He sang “Just Like a Woman” at L'Wren Scott Memorial. He tweaking the lyrics to reference “her long black curls,” but finished the song as written: “You ache just like a woman. And you break just like a little girl.”
Mick Jagger and L'Wren Scott met and fall in love in Paris, during the photoshoot for Optimum magazine (issue: November 2001) that she was the stylist.
Mick Jagger is an AB blood type.
Was voted the 4th sexiest artist in music history in VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists (2002) (TV).
Shares a birthday with fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Queen drummer Roger Taylor.
The Rolling Stones were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame for their outstanding contribution to British music and integral part of British music culture (11 November 2004).
Singer and novelist Marsha A. Hunt is the mother of Jagger's first child, Karis Jagger, born 1970.
As his mother Eva was an active member, he has been a longtime supporter of the British Conservative Party.
Stated on a British television talk-show in 1964 that The Beach Boys "I Get Around" was one of the greatest songs he had ever heard.
Has appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine twenty times. The first time was in 1968, and the last one (so far) was in 2005.
Winner (with Keith Richards) of the Ivor Novello Special Award for Songwriting (2005).
His 1971 smash hit "Brown Sugar" was written expressly for then lover Marsha A. Hunt
Is portrayed by Victor Norén in Wilde Leben, Das (2007).
Became a tax exile of England (along with his band-mates) by living in France during the late 1960s to early 1970s.
Has been longtime companion of model L'Wren Scott since 2001.
Is portrayed by Luke de Woolfson in Stoned (2005).
Began a secret affair with Jerry Hall while she was still engaged to Bryan Ferry (1976).
Lives in Los Angeles.
Was romantically linked to former model Carla Bruni, who has been First Lady of France since 2008.