Mick and his brother enjoyed a cup of beer before watching a Ronnie Lane concert.
Who are these two old chaps popping out for a pint? Only Sir Mick Jagger, 79, and his brother, Chris, 74, who were spotted at The Half Moon in Putney, South-West London.
They went to watch Slim Chance, the band formed by the late Small Faces star Ronnie Lane.
It’s a pub known to Sir Mick, as the Rolling Stones played there on numerous occasions when starting out.
Amusingly, the following evening a tribute act, The Rolling Stoned, was due to perform. Imagine if Jagger had been in the audience!
Posting the snap to Instagram, Chris penned: ‘Down the pub to catch charlie hart n slim chance.’
While Slim Chance reposted the picture to their account and penned: ‘What a wonderful surprise when @chrisjagger and his big brother @mickjagger turned up at @thebandslimchance Christmas Gig @thehalfmoonpub.
‘Chris making a guest appearance in Ronnie Lanes song How Come . What a fabulous evening thanks all for coming and joining us.’
Younger brother to Mick, Chris is also a musician and toured around Australia earlier this year.
While it comes after the Rolling Stones frontman celebrated his son, Deveraux Octavian Basil Jagger’s sixth birthday just last week with girlfriend Melanie Hamrick, 35.
The doting parents presented ‘Devi’ with a birthday cake, as mum Melanie planted a kiss on the youngsters cheek.
Mick and Melanie first began dating in 2014 at a gig in Tokyo, and welcomed their son in 2016.