Mick Jagger’s son sports a birthday crown as he celebrates turning 21

Mick Jagger’s son sports a birthday crown as he celebrates turning 21

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Mick Jagger’s son Gabriel sports a birthday crown as he celebrates turning 21 with six of his siblings

Sir Mick Jagger, who has eight children by five women, enjoyed a family get-together when six of his sprogs reunited for a special occasion.

Gabriel, whose mother is Texan Jerry Hall, sported a birthday crown with neon lights as he hosted a bash in London to celebrate his 21st.

He was joined by his full-siblings including models Lizzy, 34, Georgia May, 26, who has dyed her blonde hair pink, and actor James, 33.

Also making an appearance was Lucas, 19, son of Brazilian Luciana Gimenez Morad, and Jade, 47, daughter of Bianca Jagger. Jade posted a snap of the party — which the Rolling Stone, 75, also attended — and wrote: ‘It’s a family affair.’

Gabriel (centre) was joined by his full-siblings including models Lizzy, 34, Georgia May, 26, who has dyed her blonde hair pink, and actor James, 33


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She divorced Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host Chris Tarrant more than ten years ago after he cheated on her with a school teacher — but despite being ready to date again, Ingrid Tarrant says she’s been unlucky in love.

‘I never get hit on,’ the blonde Norwegian tells me.

‘I did earlier on when I just got divorced, but at that time I had the attitude ‘I don’t date’ — and now I’m ready and I don’t get the chance.’

And the brave new world of online dating does not appeal to 64-year-old Ingrid.

‘I really don’t think I could do apps,’ she shudders.

Pike braves the chilly weather in orange leather  

Was Rosamund Pike fishing for compliments? Despite the December chill, the actress turned up for a screening of her film A Private War in a sheer black skirt slashed at the thigh with a matching bra and an orange leather top.

Rosamund Pike (pictured) turned up for a screening of her film A Private War in a sheer black skirt slashed at the thigh with a matching bra and an orange leather top

The 39-year-old mother-of-two, whose partner is businessman Robie Uniacke, stars as war reporter Marie Colvin, who was killed in the Syria conflict in 2012.

In one scene in the middle of a war zone, Colvin reveals that underneath all of her dusty, desert-grey clothes she was wearing a colourful La Perla bra — so she would presumably have approved of Rosamund’s get-up.

They met at a Scottish university, so might the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge send one of their children to school north of the border?

Prince Charles and Princess Anne’s alma mater Gordonstoun will open its doors to four-year-olds in September for the first time. Princess Charlotte turns four in May.

The boarding school, which charges up to £38,000 per year, is said to have been described as like ‘Colditz in kilts’ by Charles, but Anne’s children, Peter and Zara Phillips, were later sent there.

Gordonstoun (pictured), which charges up to £38,000 per year, is said to have been described as like ‘Colditz in kilts’ by Charles

Dahl’s last tale of the unexpected as medals turn up 73 years on

Roald Dahl’s widow could not have wished for a better present. After months of investigation by the storyteller’s family to track down his missing war medals, they turned up on the day of her 80th birthday.

The Tales Of The Unexpected author, who died in 1990 aged 74, served with the RAF during World War II, narrowly escaping death when he crash-landed his fighter plane in the Libyan desert.

His family were always curious why he never collected his medals and set about trying to retrieve them.

After submitting his service records six months ago, they suddenly arrived in the post from the MoD. Dahl’s widow Felicity, known as Liccy, who married Dahl seven years before he died, had told friends that she didn’t want any gifts for her birthday.

All four gongs (pictured) were campaign medals including the 1939-45 Star; the Africa Star, a Defence Medal, and The War Medal

But when Dahl’s grandson Ned Donovan presented the medals to her at her party on Wednesday she was overjoyed, confiding that she would sleep with them under her pillow.

Novelist and screenwriter Roald Dahl pictured in 1976. His missing war medals were recently discovered which remember his service as an in the RAF during World War II

All four gongs were campaign medals including the 1939-45 Star; the Africa Star, a Defence Medal, and The War Medal.

‘Seventy-three years late and 28 years after his death, my grand-father’s World War II medals arrived in the post from the MoD,’ says Ned.

‘A monumental bash on the head’ was how Roald Dahl described his crash in the Western Desert, claiming that it directly led to his becoming a great storyteller.

His first published piece of writing was a semi-fictionalised account of the crash, and according to his biographer Donald Sturrock, ‘he suspected that the brain injuries which he received there had materially altered his personality and inclined him to creative writing’.

It is thought Dahl wasn’t automatically issued with the medals and would have needed to apply for them.

Ned said it was typical of his grandfather not to have picked them up. ‘It’s very him for him not to have collected his medals — he’d have thought it terribly uncool.’

Dimbleby calls Time gracefully 

There was no flashy send-off for David Dimbleby after leaving his chair for the last time yesterday as host of Question Time.

‘It will be a low-key affair with production staff,’ a BBC spokesman told me of the farewell shindig arranged for the 80-year-old presenter.

Dimbleby, who has acquired the most eclectic collection of ties during his 25 years chairing the current affairs programme, insists that he is not leaving our screens for good but ‘returning to my first love: reporting’.

His wife Belinda can cross off the carpet slippers from his Christmas list then — again.

David Dimbleby is pictured during a rehearsal ahead of hosting his last episode of Question Time recorded at the Greenwood Theatre in Southwark, south London

TV chef Jamie Oliver has been accused of sending out conflicting signals for promoting a ‘gas guzzling’ vehicle, despite pledging to ditch meat several days a week for the sake of the environment.

The 43-year-old has shared a video with his 6.8 million fans on Instagram of his new advert with Land Rover, in which he can be seen driving their £45,000 Evoque model in London to pick up groceries. One of his disgruntled critics moans: ‘I cannot believe you are doing this.’

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