Mick Jagger celebrates turning 70
Mick Jagger (Reuters)
The Rolling Stones hit the town in London after their sell-out gig in the UK capital's Hyde Park on Saturday night to celebrate Sir Mick Jagger's upcoming 70th birthday.
The band thrilled the 65,000-strong crowd with a hits-packed set, including 'Brown Sugar', 'You Can't Always Get What You Want' and '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction', and they headed out to private members club Loulou's after the show to toast Jagger's impending milestone.
Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood turned out to celebrate with their bandmate, who turns 70 on July 26, as did Jagger's children Jade, James, Georgia May and Elizabeth.
John Cleese, Kim Cattrall and Ed Westwick also joined the party, as did Alfie Allen and his girlfriend Jaime Winstone.