Mick Jagger's daughter Jade reveals she’s six months pregnant at the same time as her 21-year-old daughter Assisi

The news will see Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger become a great-grandfather and a grand-father at the same time

Mick Jagger is set, not just to be a great grandfather in six months time, but also a grandfather again at the same time.

In an unusual turn of events, the Rolling Stones frontman’s daughter Jade Jagger has just revealed that she’s six months pregnant, making both her and her 21-year-old daughter Assisi expectant mothers simultaneously.

The jewellery designer broke the news in typical rock offspring style, via her Instagram account, where she posted up image of her full bump clad plainly in black.

“Happy to announce this granny is going to become a mummy I'm 6 months pregnant xx double whammy this year,” she captioned the picture.

Jade, whose mother is Bianca Jagger, is currently married to DJ and festival promoter Adrian Fillary, after he proposed to her in Goa last January.

Her daughter Assisi, 21, is dating a chef.

“The women in our family just tend to have children young, it runs in the genes,” Assisi said in an interview about her pregnancy with Hello! magazine last year.

“I grew up quite quickly and wouldn't have considered having a child if I was doing what my friends are doing at this stage, messing around.

The jewellery designer revealed her pregnancy by posting this shot of herself via her Instagram account The jewellery designer revealed her pregnancy by posting this shot of herself via her Instagram account “I don't drink, I don't smoke and I'm very settled.”

Sure enough, her mother Jade, now 42, gave birth to Assisi – whose dad is Piers Jackson – when she was just 20.

Speaking of Mick’s reaction to the news he was set to become a great granddad, Assisi recalled:

“He said, ‘Well done,’ and I said, ‘I didn't have to try too hard.’

“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.”

“She's a level-headed, sweet girl and I think it will give them both a lot of pleasure,” Jade said of her daughter Assisi. “It gives you an amazing purpose in life, to fulfil nature's destiny.”

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