Mick Jagger names his eighth child Deveraux Octavian Basil
What’s in a name for baby born on 8 December? Octavian means ‘born eighth’, while Jagger’s father was called Basil
Ballerina Melanie Hamrick gave birth to Mick Jagger’s eighth child on 8 December.
The Guardian 16 December 2016
Mick Jagger appears to have named his newborn son Deveraux Octavian Basil Jagger.
A photograph of the baby, Jagger’s eighth child, appeared on an Instagram account under the name of Elizabeth Jagger, one of the Rolling Stones singer’s other children.
The caption read: “My beautiful baby brother Deveraux Octavian Basil Jagger.” The picture was later removed from the account.
Basil was the first name of Mick Jagger’s late father, who died in 2006, although he was known to others as Joe. Octavian is Latin for ‘born eighth’. The musician became a father again at the age of 73 on 8 December, with his partner, ballerina Melanie Hamrick, 29.
Elizabeth, commonly referred to as Lizzy, is followed by more than 50,000 people on her social media account, although it is not verified.
Jagger, who is a great-grandfather, has six other children as well as Lizzy and his one week-old son – Karis, Jade, James, Georgia, Gabriel and Lucas – from previous relationships. Their ages range from 17 to 46.
Melanie Hamrick - source
Jagger and Hamrick began dating after the death of Jagger’s partner of 13 years, fashion designer L’Wren Scott, in 2014.
OK. This is, uh, bullshit. Is this guy unaware of the overpopulation crisis? He's fathered 8 kids now. There's this new one, plus seven others.
Jagger had his other children with Marsha Hunt, (1) Bianca Jagger (2), Jerry Hall (4) and Luciana Giminez Morad.(1 - plus she had one from a previous marriage) In May 2014, he became a great-grandfather when his granddaughter Assisi – the daughter of Jade Jagger – gave birth to a baby girl.
This means 7 people - Jagger, his wives, and one of the wives' ex-husbands - have together produced 9 children. So that's 7 "replacement kids" plus 2 extras. But that's still too many.
Mr. Lips, it's great that you can still "do the deed", but don't you think it's time for a vasectomy?