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Mick Jagger, 74, posts ‘dorky dad’ comments on teenage son Lucas’ snaps

He’s the ultimate rock legend with a horde of admirers. 

Yet Mick Jagger, 74, proved that even he can’t avoid being an embarrassing father at times as Twitter went into meltdown upon the revelation that he posts several ‘dorky dad’ comments on Instagram snaps shared by his son Lucas, 19. 

A host of fans shared their delight after one Twitter user penned: ‘My new favorite thing is Mick Jagger leaving dorky dad comments on his teenage son’s Instagram posts.’

He’s one of us! Mick Jagger, 74, proved that even he can’t avoid being an embarrassing father at times as Twitter went into meltdown upon the revelation that he posts several ‘dorky dad’ comments on Instagram snaps shared by his son Lucas, 19

Fun with friends: Sir Mick has been commenting on his son's array of posts in typical dad fashion

Fun with friends: Sir Mick has been commenting on his son’s array of posts in typical dad fashion

Examples included Sir Mick remarking ‘look out for the water’ on a brooding shot of Lucas standing by the shore.

Another snap of the teen at a festival elicited the response: ‘Looks like fun ha’, whilst he also expressed his delight at snaps of the youngster enjoying a party with pals. 

The relationship isn’t one-sided, however, with Lucas taking the time to also comment on his father’s posts. 

Famous family: Sir Mick is pictured with Lucas (far right) and two of his other children, daughter Elizabeth (left) and son James (second right) 

Famous family: Sir Mick is pictured with Lucas (far right) and two of his other children, daughter Elizabeth (left) and son James (second right) 

In one snap posted by Mick, the legendary rocker donned a bomber jacket as he posed next to a cricket field, to which Lucas commented ‘That jacket is pretty flames tbh’. 

Meanwhile, Lucas’ mother Luciana Gimenez also commented, writing: ‘Sweet dada @lucasjagger.’ 

The youngster also poked fun at one of Mick’s snaps waving a guitar in the air as he quipped ‘Pls don’t let that fall’. 

Hilarious: A host of fans shared their delight after one Twitter user called out the 'dorky' comments that had been left

Hilarious: A host of fans shared their delight after one Twitter user called out the ‘dorky’ comments that had been left

Sweet: Examples included Sir Mick remarking 'look out for the water' on a brooding shot of Lucas standing by the shore

Sweet: Examples included Sir Mick remarking ‘look out for the water’ on a brooding shot of Lucas standing by the shore

Lucas is one of Mick’s eight children and was born from an affair with Luciana while he was married to model Jerry Hall.

Luciana discovered that she was pregnant with Mick’s child in 1998 after an eight-month affair, which resulted in Jerry and Mick’s 22-year marriage dissolvement.

In 1999 Luciana was described as ‘the straw that broke the camel’s back’ by Jerry Hall during her divorce from Mick.

Mother: Lucas is one of Mick's eight children and was born from an affair with Luciana Gimenez (pictured) while he was married to model Jerry Hall

Mother: Lucas is one of Mick’s eight children and was born from an affair with Luciana Gimenez (pictured) while he was married to model Jerry Hall

Hilarious: The relationship between father and son isn't one-sided, however, with Lucas taking the time to also comment on his father's posts

Hilarious: The relationship between father and son isn’t one-sided, however, with Lucas taking the time to also comment on his father’s posts

Luciana previously said of model Jerry: ‘I don’t know how she feels about me, but I understand that I probably hurt her.’ 

Mick has remained close with his second youngest child, and the pair are often spotted attending football games together.

Sir Mick has eight children by five women, and maintains a good relationship with all of them. 

Getting in on the action: Mick's ex Luciana also comments on the social media posts 

Getting in on the action: Mick’s ex Luciana also comments on the social media posts 

 



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