Mick Jagger, 76, is in quarantine in his 16th-century French castle La Fourchette

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Sir Mick Jagger is currently happily locked up in his sixteenth-century French castle, La Fourchette, which is located on the banks of the Loire while he is in quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 76-year-old man bought the castle and the surrounding 20 hectares of land in 1982 with his wife Jerry Hall for a princely sum of £ 2.2 million and was visited by David Bowie, Tina Turner and Paul McCartney. .

The house is located in a small village called Poce-sur-Cisse a few kilometers away and originally belonged to Louis XVI’s Minister of Finance, Duke of Choiseuil.

`` It's my haven of peace '': 76-year-old Mick Jagger is currently under quarantine in his 16th-century French castle La Fourchette, which he bought in 1982 for £ 2.2 million and was visited by Bowie and Paul McCartney

“It’s my haven of peace”: Mick Jagger, 76, is currently under quarantine in his 16th century French chateau La Fourchette which he bought in 1982 for £ 2.2 million and has been visited by Bowie and Paul McCartney

Just a legend: Mick appeared in the precincts of his house on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Monday while he strings his guitar

Just a legend: Mick appeared in his home on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday as he strummed his guitar

It has been widely reported that the Stones’ latest album was recorded on the property and Mick and the other members of the group are often seen in the neighboring village during their visit.

Mick celebrated his 70th birthday here and enjoys spending holidays here with family and friends.

According to RFI radio, Mick called the property and the surrounding countryside of Amboise “a haven of peace in the Valley of the Kings”.

At a glance: the 76-year-old man bought the castle and the surrounding 20 hectares of land in 1982 with his wife Jerry Hall, for a princely sum of £ 2.2 million in 1982

At a glance: the 76-year-old man bought the castle and the surrounding 20 hectares of land in 1982 with his wife Jerry Hall, for a princely sum of £ 2.2 million in 1982

According to the French news site The Connexion, Mick loves fitness, enjoys mountain biking nearby or going fishing or attending local parties or air shows.

Mick even previewed his castle gardens on Monday when he provided a hilarious “public service” video clip as part of the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon at home.

The funny clip started with a British voiceover, saying, “In times of international crisis, every man, woman and child must weigh.

Idyllic: The house is located in a small village called Poce-sur-Cisse a few kilometers away and originally belonged to the Minister of Finance of Louis XVI, Duke of Choiseuil

Idyllic: The house is located in a small village called Poce-sur-Cisse a few kilometers away and originally belonged to the Minister of Finance of Louis XVI, Duke of Choiseuil

He's a fan: Mick is supposed to attend local village festivals in the area and attend air shows

Iconic: It has been reported that the latest Rolling Stones album was recorded at La Fourchette

He’s a fan: Mick is supposed to attend local village festivals in the area and attend air shows

Okay, Jagger: Mick called the property and the surrounding countryside of Amboise his

Okay, Jagger: Mick called the property and the surrounding countryside of Amboise his “haven of peace in the Valley of the Kings”

“But look at this guy – it’s not a concern of the world,” continued the announcer, as the grainy image showed the singer of the Rolling Stones seated while playing the guitar.

“Hey, you there! Yes you. What do you think you’re doing?’

From there, the announcer prompted Jagger to do “something useful, all those tasks that you delay”, while the video showed Mick doing various household chores.

In a photo, the Paint It Black seesaw is hammered at a door frame, while other frames show it tending to the garden or preparing a meal.

Do it: during The Tonight Show, the announcer prompted Jagger to do `` something useful, all those chores that you delay '', while the video showed Mick doing various household chores

Do it: during The Tonight Show, the announcer prompted Jagger to do “something useful, all those chores that you delay”, while the video showed Mick doing various household chores

Mick the gardener: in a sudden, the rocker Paint It Black is seen tending towards the garden

Mick the gardener: in a sudden, the rocker Paint It Black is seen tending towards the garden

One of the funniest parts comes when Mick is seen grazing sheep in a pasture, and even in the short clip, it’s pretty clear that the task is beyond him.

Soon, it’s “gym time” and the father of eight in his 70s is playing jumping jacks, spotted by the announcer uppity.

On the Tonight Show YouTube page, the clip was described with the caption: “Mick Jagger provides a public service, on behalf of Save the Children, illustrating how Jimmy and others can be productive while quarantining during the pandemic of coronavirus. “

Productive day: other images show the singer of the Rolling Stones pruning a rose bush or preparing a meal

Productive day: other images show the singer of the Rolling Stones pruning a rose bush or preparing a meal

Productive day: other images show the singer of the Rolling Stones pruning a rose bush or preparing a meal

Mick the ... shepherd? One of the funniest parts comes when Mick is seen grazing sheep in a pasture

Mick the … shepherd? One of the funniest parts comes when Mick is seen grazing sheep in a pasture

And although it is unclear how the clip was linked to Save The Children, the video and description ended with a call to donate directly to the charity.

Also on Monday, Fallon hosted (virtually) Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis on the show, while the couple discussed their quarantine wine.

The couple, who met more than 20 years ago during the shooting of That ’70s Show, make their own Pinot Noir wine for $ 25 a bottle, and 100% of the profits are donated to five charities. COVID-19.

Soon: It's gymnasium time and the father of eight in his seventies is playing jumping jacks, spotted by the announcer uppity

Soon: It's gymnasium time and the father of eight in his seventies is playing jumping jacks, spotted by the announcer uppity

Coming soon: It’s gymnastics time and the father of eight in his seventies is playing jumping jacks, spotted by the announcer uppity

On the Tonight Show YouTube page, the clip was described with the caption: `` Mick Jagger provides a public service, on behalf of Save the Children, illustrating how Jimmy and others can be productive while quarantining coronavirus pandemic ''

On the YouTube page of The Tonight Show, the clip was described with the caption: “Mick Jagger provides a public service, on behalf of Save the Children, illustrating how Jimmy and others can be productive while quarantining during the coronavirus pandemic »

Monday too: Fallon hosted (virtually) Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis on the show, while the couple were discussing their quarantine wine

Also Monday: Fallon hosted (virtually) Ashton Kutcher and his wife Mila Kunis on the show, while the couple were discussing their quarantine wine

Get involved: The couple make their own Pinot Noir wine for $ 25 a bottle, and 100% of the profits are donated to five COVID-19 charities

Get involved: The couple make their own Pinot Noir wine for $ 25 a bottle, and 100% of the profits are donated to five COVID-19 charities

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