Mick Jagger expecting 8th child at the age of 72

Mick Jagger to be a father again at 72

The 72-year-old singer has seven children who range in age from 17 to 45.

The exciting news of Mick and Melanie's impending arrival comes two months after Mick's Rolling Stones bandmate Ronnie Wood welcomed twins at 68 years old.

However, she reportedly won't be moving to London to live with Mick when the baby is born, although sources say "he will love and support this child".

His latest child will be his eighth with five different women. "He's been incredibly supportive", a source said. This will be Mick and Melanie's first child together and Melanie's first ever. While the baby will be the couple's first, Jagger now has a total of seven children with five different women.

The Sun reports that a rep confirmed that Hamrick is at least three months pregnant.

Virginia native Hamrick is a member of the American Ballet Theatre's corps de ballet and was previously engaged to Cuban classical dancer Jose Manuel Carreno.

Jagger and 29-year-old Hamrick began dating in 2014 following the tragic death of L'Wren Scott, Jagger's partner of 13 years.

The New York Daily News says they met in Tokyo, where the Rolling Stones were performing in February 2014.

"Mick likes this arrangement they have and doesn't want to be in another formal relationship". The music legend shares daughters Elizabeth and Georgia and sons James and Gabriel with longtime partner, Jerry Hall, who just tied the knot with media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

Wood already had four children and nine grandchildren.

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