Mick Jagger, lunch in Sicily with wife Melanie and youngest son


Mick Jagger has spent the summer 2020 in Tuscany and now has been in the province of Syracuse, staying in a friend’s countryside villa.

“Love, Mick Jagger”. The British singer has signed the menu of the La Cialoma restaurant in Marzamemi to leave his mark. At lunch Mick, accompanied by his wife Melanie Hamrick and the youngest of children and complete with bodyguards, has chosen the Cialoma tavern.


The king of rock first chose tagliolini with porcini mushrooms and red shrimp and second of bonito fillets with sweet and sour onions. Almost unapproachable, due to a maddening scrutiny by the bodyguards, Mick signed the restaurant menu and then drove off in two armored cars with tinted windows. For some time the singer has been in Sicily, apparently the guest of a dear friend in a villa in the countryside of Noto. Last month he was spotted in a well-known venue in Brucoli.

Melanie Hamrick was in full celebratory mode,this summer, as she took to Instagram to mark her 34th birthday with a pair of sunny snaps.

The former ballerina cut a chic figure in a plunging blue sleeveless dress, which she hiked up to her thigh while striking a pose on a rolling green manicured lawn. Leaving no room for doubt that it was her special day, the brunette beauty complemented her gown of choice with a sparkly star headband.


Showing she was at one with her surroundings, Melanie appeared to be barefoot as she looked out only the lush green backdrop for her special occasion snaps.

Captioning the images, she wrote: ‘It’s a beautiful day to celebrate! ⭐️ Thank you all for the birthday love.

The former ballerina – who began dating Rolling Stones icon Mick in 2014 – carried a bucket into the sea as she and Deveraux splashed around during the fun day out.

In a 2018 interview, Melanie, who retired from ballet in 2020, said of her relationship with British rock legend Mick: ‘I don’t think of myself as a “Baby mama”…


The artist asked his collaborators to find an isolated villa near Florence, presumably in the areas of Val d’Orcia, Maremma and Chianti, where they can work on the new single with ease.

It seems that the iconic leader will remain in the beautiful country until autumn, or the time necessary to reschedule the agenda after the pandemic.

According to what emerged, the mansion must have six bedrooms in which to invite relatives.

In the vicinity of the villa, Mick is also looking for a residence to host staff, security and musicians.

Nearby is also the villa of Sting which for over 20 years has lived long periods in Tuscany with his wife Trudy where he grows oil and wine.

Jagger is currently in his castle in Pocé-sur-Cisse, France.

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The home is situated in a tiny village called Poce-sur-Cisse a few kilometres and it was originally owned by Louis XVI’s finance minister, Duc de Choiseuil.

Jagger bought it with his then-wife Jerry Hall, along with 20 hectared of land. It’s been widely reported that the last Stones album was recorded at the property and both Mick and the other members of the band are often seen in the nearby village when visiting.



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