Sir Mick Jagger’s youngest son looks just like his rocker father as a picture of him was shared on Instagram.
The 78-year-old's youngest son, who is called Deveraux, is his only child with partner Melanie Hamrick.
Deveraux, who is only four years old, could be seen in a black and white photo while looking down the camera lens for the snap.
The toddler’s blond hair could be seen around his face and as he adopted a pouting pose just like his famous father and his lips.
Melanie, 34, first met music legend Mick in 2014 but welcomed her first child with him two years later.
A spokesperson for the couple told HELLO! at the time: "Melanie Hamrick and Mick Jagger's son was born today in New York and they are both delighted. Mick was at the hospital for the arrival. Mother and baby are doing well and we request that the media respect their privacy at this time."
The Rolling Stones rocker is also a father to Karis Jagger, Jade, Lizzia, James, Georgia May and Gabriel.
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He also has a son called Lucas from a brief relationship with Luciana Gimenez Morad.
It comes as Mick and his Rolling Stone band members paid tribute to late drummer Charlie Watts
The band are currently on the road in the US on their No Filter tour.
It is the band’s first live show of 2021 and without drummer Charlie Watts who sadly passed away, aged 80, last month.
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The band performed a warm up show at Massachusetts on Monday ahead of their 13-date tour which will begin in St Louis at the end of the month.
Sir Mick Jagger told the 300-strong crowd: "It's the first show of our 2021 tour, so this is it, this is a try-out.
"I must say though, at this point, it's a bit of a poignant night for us because it's our first tour in 59 years that we've done without our lovely Charlie Watts. And we all miss Charlie so much.
"We miss him as a band, we miss him as a friend on and off the stage and we've got so many memories of Charlie – and I'm sure some of you that have seen us before have got memories of Charlie as well.
"I hope you will remember him like we do, so we'd like to dedicate this show to Charlie."
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