Mick Jagger Is Going to Be a Father Again at 72

Rolling Stones frontman prepares for eighth child

Mick Jagger isn’t gathering any moss in the procreation department.

The Rolling Stones frontman and his girlfriend, ballerina Melanie Hamrick, are expecting a child, a spokesperson for the band told TheWrap on Friday.

Jagger, who turns 73 on July 26, has seven children, the oldest being daughter Karis Hunt Jagger, age 45. He and his ex-girlfriend Jerry Hall have four children, including son James, who starred in HBO’s short-lived series “Vinyl,” which Jagger executive-produced.

The singer also has five grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.

Jagger and Hamrick have been dating since 2014.

News of the pregnancy comes just months after Jagger’s bandmate Ronnie Wood, who has six grandchildren of his own, welcomed twin daughters at age 68, with his wife Sally.

The Stones, who played a historic show in Havana, Cuba, in March, are scheduled to play a handful of dates in Indio, California, and Las Vegas in October.