They have been together since 2014 and share a four-year-old son, Deveraux.
And on Sunday, Rolling Stone frontman Mick Jagger, 77, made a rare appearance on his girlfriend’s Instagram page as retired ballerina Melanie Hamrick, 34, shared a cute family snap to celebrate her anniversary.
In the beloved pic, the former choreographer planted a kiss on the cheek of hitmaker Jumpin ‘Jack Flash as they each lovingly put a hand on their son’s shoulders.
Romantic: Ballerina Melanie Hamrick [right], 34, and her rocker boyfriend Mick Jagger [left], 77, featured a beloved display in a rare post on her birthday
Pairing a sable sweater with a black midi skirt, Melanie tied her braids into a messy ponytail while Mick opted to wear a casual gray shirt and a baseball cap.
Sir Mick and his awesome, trendy sneakers both rocked.
It comes after Mick recently expressed his support for the proposed new tax on sweet and savory foods.
Happy couple: Melanie and Mick (pictured together in 2019) have been together since 2014, he met her following the death of his girlfriend L’Wren Scott
Praising the proposals in the national food strategy, he said they would lead to a “big change for the better”.
The stadium artist shared a link to the document on Twitter and wrote: “This report from @ food-strategy contains some interesting and far-reaching ideas that would mean a big change for the better in our food system and make us all in better health.
“I hope that these plans will be taken up by this government. “
No brown sugar: Rolling Stones leader praised the National Food Strategy proposals and said they would lead to a “big change for the better”
Unlike the party image of the Stones in their heyday, the father of eight is now on a strict health regimen and training three hours a day.
The super slim Brown Sugar singer is believed to maintain his 28-inch height on a diet consisting mostly of chicken, fish, whole grains, and fruits and vegetables. He reportedly tried the Keto Diet – a diet high in fat and low in carbohydrates.
The rocker’s father, Basil, was a physical education teacher, who lived to be 93 and taught him the value of regular exercise, and Mick considers it the “biggest influence” of his life.
Sane: Sir Mick (pictured with daughter Georgia May) shared a link to the document on Twitter and wrote: “I hope these plans will be picked up by this government”