07-01-13

Playing dad! Heidi Klum and beau Martin Kristen get serious as they take the kids to gym class before hitting the shops

They might have only been dating for a few months, but it seems that Heidi Klum's new man Martin Kristen is already part of the family.

The bodyguard-turned-boyfriend seemed happy to play dad as he took Heidi's children to the gym class on Saturday before hitting the shops.

Clearly the doting boyfriend, Martin seemed completely relaxed with the little ones as he ferried them inside, proving that he's becoming a permanent family fixture.

 
Mommy and me: Heidi Klum and boyfriend and Martin Kristen ferry her children to gym class

Mommy and me: Heidi Klum and boyfriend and Martin Kristen ferry her children to gym class

 

Clutching some juice boxes for the kids, while Heidi held an apple, he seemed happy in his new role as surrogate dad.

Later in the day, the couple ran some errands together, stopping by Whole Foods in the posh Brentwood neighbourhood of Los Angeles, looking like they were stocking up for winter.

Showing that their relationship is no rebound and that things are getting serious, the happy couple seemed completely relaxed as they wheeled out a trolley full of brown packages including milk, fruits, vegetables and several bottles of wine.

 
Playing dad: Martin seems completely relaxed with Heidi's children as he plays a supportive role

Playing dad: Martin seems completely relaxed with Heidi's children as he plays a supportive role

 
Healthy appetites: Heidi Klum and bodyguard-turned-beau Martin Kristen hit Whole Foods on Saturday where they bought a trolley full of groceries

Healthy appetites: Heidi Klum and bodyguard-turned-beau Martin Kristen hit Whole Foods on Saturday where they bought a trolley full of groceries

The Victoria's Secret catwalk star wore tinted sunglasses and had a pretty grin on her face as the cashier rang up their goods, while Martin stood by in his cool dark shades.

When it came time to pay, Martin produced the plastic and paid the hefty bill.

At one point, Heidi smiled broadly while acknowledging some fans through the store's window, while the burly Martin managed a brooding stare.

With her hair swept into a tousled bun, Heidi covered up warmly in a blue jumper and fur-trimmed jacket, as well as fashionably slashed jeans and comfortably chic trainers.

 
Food for love: Heidi flashed a happy grin at the check out counter, standing next to her cart loaded with her bagged purchases

Food for love: Heidi flashed a happy grin at the check out counter, standing next to her cart loaded with her bagged purchases

 

 
Romance on the mind: The couple also stocked up on wine, perhaps a glass or two were in store for later

Romance on the mind: The couple also stocked up on wine, perhaps a glass or two were in store for later

 
Such a gentleman: Heidi ranked second on Forbes 2011 list of 'world's top-earning models' with her $20 million, but when it came time to settle the grocery bill Martin paid

Such a gentleman: Heidi ranked second on Forbes 2011 list of 'world's top-earning models' with her $20 million, but when it came time to settle the grocery bill Martin paid

She let Martin, 45, who was dressed down in jeans, grey hooded jumper and braided leather bracelets, push the trolley back to the car.

One might assume he did the majority of loading up the vehicle too.

Heidi, who is often spotted out and about with her main squeeze and her four children, seems to have a permanent spot in the parking lot of Whole Foods.

 
Joyful: Heidi eats fruits and veggies every day, which certainly puts her in a great mood

Joyful: Heidi eats fruits and veggies every day, which certainly puts her in a great mood

 

 
Favourite haunt: Whole Foods is one of Heidi's most frequent go-to places in LA's Brentwood area

Favourite haunt: Whole Foods is one of Heidi's most frequent go-to places in LA's Brentwood area

 
He steers the trolley! Heidi, looking casual in slashed jeans and fur-trimmed jacket, let Martin do the pushing

He steers the trolley! Heidi, looking casual in slashed jeans and fur-trimmed jacket, let Martin do the pushing

Of course having a houseful of youngsters tends to make the food in the refrigerator disappear as well.

 

Heidi seems blissfully in love with Martin, who worked for the German-born Project Runway star for four years before the relationship became romantic.

The honey-haired beauty began dating Martin last spring following her split with singer Seal, from whom she filed for divorce in April 2012.

Seal is the biological father of Heidi's sons Henry, seven, and Johan, six, and daughter, Lou, three, and the adoptive father of her daughter Leni, eight.

Despite a rocky transition, Heidi and Seal have tried to put on a brave front for the sake of their children and co-parent peacefully. Grocery run: Heidi and Martin, with her daughters Leni and Lou in tow, visited Whole Foods on December 30 to stock up

Grocery run: Heidi and Martin, with her daughters Leni and Lou in tow, visited Whole Foods on December 30 to stock up

 
And more shopping! Heidi and Martin loaded up on necessary items at Target on December 29, and that time with Heidi's sons, Johan, and Henry

And more shopping! Heidi and Martin loaded up on necessary items at Target on December 29, and that time with Heidi's sons, Johan, and Henry



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Lisa Rinna gets up early for yoga... before showing off her honed body in leather trousers at NBC event

As she posed on the red carpet Lisa Rinna looked in perfect shape.

But the reality star puts in the work to look this perfect.

Busy Lisa made an early start to take in a yoga class before attending an NBC event to promote All Star Celebrity Apprentice on Sunday.

 
Snappy dresser: Lisa Rinna sparkled in a black sequin top, black leather trousers and hot pink jacket to attend a panel for All Star Celebrity Apprentice on Sunday

Snappy dresser: Lisa Rinna sparkled in a black sequin top, black leather trousers and hot pink jacket to attend a panel for All Star Celebrity Apprentice on Sunday

Lisa was dressed to sweat for her Studio City session, wearing a loose green top emblazoned with the word 'soul' on the front, along with clingy grey leggings and comfy shoes for easy slipping on and off.

She wore a dark bandana around her short brown hair and dark sunglasses covered her eyes, while she carried a navy blue yoga mat.

At 49, the five-foot-seven is in superb shape, with toned arms and muscular legs, not mention that flat-as-a-pancake stomach.

 
Glowing: Lisa looked like she had a secret and it's working out before going to a glamorous event like this

Glowing: Lisa looked like she had a secret and it's working out before going to a glamorous event like this

 
Dazzling: Lisa accessorised her handsome outfit with dangling earrings and peek-a-boo black heels
Dazzling: Lisa accessorised her handsome outfit with dangling earrings and peek-a-boo black heels
 

Dazzling: Lisa accessorised her handsome outfit with dangling earrings and peek-a-boo black heels

Lisa must have had an amazing workout, for when she showed up at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena, California, she was glowing from head to toe.

The Days of our Lives star rocked it in a glittery sequin top and tight-fitting leather trousers, paired with an eye-catching pink jacket and peek-a-boo patent leather heels.

Lisa has been married to LA Law star Harry Hamlin since 1997 and they have two daughters, Delilah, 14, and Amelia, 11, and they have one of the most successful marriages in town.

Great shape: Lisa fit in a yoga workout ahead of her NBC event, looking chic and comfy in leggings and a green shirt with 'soul' written on the front

Great shape: Lisa fit in a yoga workout ahead of her NBC event, looking chic and comfy in leggings and a green shirt with 'soul' written on the front

 
Loves to work out: Lisa is a yoga enthusiast who practices several times a week

Loves to work out: Lisa is a yoga enthusiast who practices several times a week

 

 
 
Doting dad: Meanwhile, Lisa's husband Harry Hamlin took the couple's two daughters, Delilah Belle Hamlin and Amelia Gray Hamlin, to the Farmers Market in Los Angeles on Sunday

Doting dad: Meanwhile, Lisa's husband Harry Hamlin took the couple's two daughters, Delilah Belle Hamlin and Amelia Gray Hamlin, to the Farmers Market in Los Angeles on Sunday

The luscious-lipped star, meanwhile, was having a great time rubbing elbows with the show's other returning contestants.

Other members of the show's cast turned out to chat about the show, including Penn Jillette, Gary Busey, Trace Adkins, Stephen Baldwin, Omarosa Manigault, Marilu Henner and Lil Jon.

This is the first All Star Celebrity Apprentice to hit the air waves, premiering on March 3.

Get ready! All Star Celebrity Apprentice, which premieres on March 3, promises to be very interesting

Get ready! All Star Celebrity Apprentice, which premieres on March 3, promises to be very interesting

 
 
Look out! Omarosa Manigault is ready to face the Donald on the first ever All Star edition of Celebrity Apprentice

Look out! Omarosa Manigault is ready to face the Donald on the first ever All Star edition of Celebrity Apprentice

 
Back to the boardroom: Gary Busey quipped that he joined All Star Celebrity Apprentice because 'I didn't have anything else to do'

Back to the boardroom: Gary Busey quipped that he joined All Star Celebrity Apprentice because 'I didn't have anything else to do' The other Baldwin: Stephen is also returning as an apprentice, saying 'I don't know who I am anymore'

The other Baldwin: Stephen is also returning as an apprentice, saying 'I don't know who I am anymore'

 

 

'We wouldn't have done the All-Star concept unless we were able to get the right contestants back,' the show's boss Donald Trump said in October.

Busey quipped that he came back for another punishing round on All Star Celebrity Apprentice because 'I didn't have anything else to do,' as reported on E! Online.

Trace said that he returned because his house burned down and that's no joke. It really did, in June 2011, but fortunately no one was hurt in the Brentwood, Tennessee blaze. 

 
 

 

 
Suspenders! Chloe Sevigny was also onstage displaying her usual quirky sense of style

Suspenders! Chloe Sevigny was also onstage displaying her usual quirky sense of style

 

 
Hipster girl: Chloe Sevigny displayed a new shorter haircut while discussing her upcoming stint on Portlandia with co-creator Jonathan Krisel

Hipster girl: Chloe debuted a new shorter haircut while discussing her upcoming stint on Portlandia with co-creator Jonathan Krisel

 

 
Portland pack: The popular IFC show also features Carrie Brownstein, Fred Armisen, and Kyle MacLachlan

Portland pack: The popular IFC show also features Carrie Brownstein, Fred Armisen, and Kyle MacLachlan

 

'The whole reason I became a celebrity was so that I could never get fired. I don't know who I am anymore,' Stephen joked.

Meanwhile, during another panel, NBC executives said on Sunday that they are conscious about the amount of violence they air in the wake of real-life tragedies like the Connecticut school shooting, but have made no changes in what has gone on the air or what is planned. NBC isn't a 'shoot 'em up' network, said network entertainment President Jennifer Salke.

 
 

 

 
Presidential cast: The cast of 1600 Penn, including Bill Pullman, spoke onstage during the panel session of day three for the 2013 Winter TCA Tour

Presidential cast: The cast of 1600 Penn, including Bill Pullman, spoke onstage during the panel session of day three for the 2013 Winter TCA Tour

 
Stunning: Jenna Elfman paired red shoes with an animal print frock while Elizabeth Mitchell went true blue; the actresses also attended the NBC event
Stunning: Jenna Elfman paired red shoes with an animal print frock while Elizabeth Mitchell went true blue; the actresses also attended the NBC event
 

Stunning: Jenna Elfman paired red shoes with an animal print frock while Elizabeth Mitchell went true blue; the actresses also attended the NBC event

 

'It weighs on all of us,' said NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt. 'Most of the people at this network have children and really care about the shows that we're putting out there.

'It's always something that's been on our mind but this brought it to the forefront.'Among the shows NBC is unveiling this week to the press are Revolution, which featured a swordfight and a fight between two men with guns, and Deception, which featured several shots of a bloodied, dead body.

TV stars: Elizabeth Mitchell, Giancarlo Esposit, and David Lyons spoke onstage at the Revolution panel session

TV stars: Mitchell, Giancarlo Esposit, and David Lyons spoke onstage at the Revolution panel session

 

 

 

 

 
Liberace biopic: Representing HBO were Oscar winners Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, and director Steven Soderbergh who will soon premiere their film Behind the Candelabra on the cable channel

Liberace biopic: Representing HBO were Oscar winners Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, and director Steven Soderbergh who will soon premiere their film Behind the Candelabra on the cable channel

Indie darlings: Elisabeth Moss and Holly Hunter spoke about their new Sundance Channel series Top of the Lake with producer Iain Canning

Indie darlings: Elisabeth Moss and Holly Hunter spoke about their new Sundance Channel series Top of the Lake with producer Iain Canning

 

 
Back on TV: Cosby Show veteran Phylicia Rashad, alongside Alana De La Garza, brought her new series Do No Harm to the panel

Back on TV: Cosby Show veteran Phylicia Rashad, alongside Alana De La Garza, brought her new series Do No Harm to the panel

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The lover Jagger can't forgive: He dumped her for his live-in chef and abandoned their baby daughter, Marsha Hunt's time with the Rolling Stone

Mick Jagger has loved — and left  — thousands of women. But at what cost to them? In the second part  of this fascinating series, we reveal the price former flame Marsha Hunt paid for taking him on . . .

On a cold winter’s morning six years ago, the ghosts of Mick Jagger’s past assembled in the gloom of a churchyard in suburban Twickenham to mourn the passing of his beloved father Joe.

Among the disparate members of the congregation who filed into the nondescript St Mary’s College chapel to pay their respects were two women whose very presence was testament to the redemptive power of forgiveness and reconciliation.

Leading in her 36-year-old daughter Karis was Mick’s old flame Marsha Hunt, who for nearly a decade in the Seventies had fought a bitter and bloodthirsty battle with the Rolling Stone to force him to accept the child was his.

 
Mick Jagger holds Karis, the daughter he had with former flame Marsha Hunt

Mick Jagger holds Karis, the daughter he had with former flame Marsha Hunt

Now, as Karis tenderly kissed and hugged her father, Miss Hunt greeted Jagger with the warmth reserved for a cherished old friend.

Given the depth of their past loathing for each other, it would once have seemed unthinkable that such a peace could break out between the warring former lovers.

But the calm wasn’t to last. Battle erupted again late last year, despite this touching graveside scene. And the animosity would be fuelled by one of Jagger’s great loves. Not another woman — but money.


And it’s money that has set Mick against Marsha, over and over again. It’s true that their affair had been overwhelmingly passionate — as was revealed last month in a series of ten love letters, written by Jagger to Miss Hunt during the height of their romance, which sold at Sotheby’s in London for nearly £190,000.

In one, 25-year-old Jagger writes: ‘I will kiss you softly. And bite your mouth, too.’

In poetic mood in another letter, Mick ruminates: ‘If I sailed with you around the world, all my sails would be unfurled.’

 
Miss Hunt had a passionate affair with the Rolling Stone, who wrote a series of love letters during the height of their romance

Miss Hunt had a passionate affair with the Rolling Stone, who wrote a series of love letters during the height of their romance

But it was this auction that reopened old wounds with Mick, who is said to be furious that his private thoughts have been sold to the highest bidder.

American Miss Hunt, who now lives in a dilapidated house in rural France that urgently requires repairs, candidly admits she sold the letters to a mystery collector because she needs the money.

‘I’m broke,’ she says. ‘Anyone who has the impression that I have money knows nothing about me. I had friends who came to visit from Pennsylvania and there was no electricity in the house because the bill had been too high.

‘One of my friends said: “Surely you’ve got something you could sell?” ’

It’s not the first time Mick’s billets-doux have come back to haunt him.

Several years ago, he took legal action to stop another ex-girlfriend, Chrissie Shrimpton, from publishing a series of letters he sent her in the early Sixties.

Few would blame 66-year-old Marsha if she has not privately enjoyed a frisson of schadenfreude at Mick’s embarrassment over having his lovestruck musings of more than 40 years ago read by complete strangers.

After all, not only did he cruelly dump her when she was pregnant, but she was then forced to take him on in a legal battle to make him acknowledge Karis was his daughter and pay his way in her upbringing.

His treatment of his ex-lover was a classic case of the icy chill that countless of Jagger’s women — he is said to have slept with up to 4,000 — have discovered quickly replaces the white heat of his passion once his interest has waned.

Back in the late Sixties, Mick announced his affair with Miss Hunt  in typically public — if heartless — fashion. Two days after the band’s ex-guitarist Brian Jones was found dead in the swimming pool of his Sussex home, the Rolling Stones played a tribute concert to him in front of 250,000 people in London’s Hyde Park.

This being Mick, the solemnity of the occasion on July 5, 1969, would not be allowed to interfere with his raging libido.

 
Jagger is said to have been furious Miss Hunt sold love letters he sent her at auction

Jagger is said to have been furious Miss Hunt sold love letters he sent her at auction

For sitting in the crowd, just yards from his live-in girlfriend of three years, Marianne Faithfull, was singer Marsha, the latest celebrity notch on the Jagger bedpost.

And, as if inviting both rivals for his affection was not brazen enough, Mick tactlessly, and tastelessly, opened the musical part of the show by belting out a cover version of the rock song I’m Yours And I’m Hers.

Its not-so-hidden-meaning spoke volumes about Jagger’s monumental ego and his callously flippant approach to his female conquests.

Certainly, it was a cruel public humiliation for the 22-year-old Marianne, given that she — along with half of London — was already well aware that her singer boyfriend was cheating on her with Hunt.

Miss Hunt arrives for the funeral service of Jagger's father Joe Jagger at St Mary's College chapel, in Teddington

Miss Hunt arrives for the funeral service of Jagger's father Joe Jagger at St Mary's College chapel, in Teddington

Two days later, Marianne and Jagger flew to Australia where he was due to begin playing the starring role in the flop film Ned Kelly.

As I revealed on Saturday in the first instalment of the Mail’s major four-part series about Jagger’s women, on their arrival in Sydney, Miss Faithfull — struggling with a hopeless addiction to heroin and stung by his betrayal — tried to kill herself in their hotel room by taking 150 Tuinal barbiturates.

She slipped into a coma for six days and was given the last rites before making a miraculous recovery.

As she recuperated in hospital, Jagger poured out his heart in a series of emotional letters. They were not, however, humble entreaties for forgiveness addressed to the still gravely sick Marianne, but passionate missives to Marsha Hunt back in London.

Some of the letters, which were included in the auction last month, were even written on headed hotel notepaper in the room at the city’s Chevron hotel, where Miss Faithfull had tried to kill herself days earlier.

Jagger had first spotted Miss Hunt when she appeared as the female lead in the controversial musical Hair, which scandalised London in 1968 with its full-frontal nudity, four-letter words and references to drug-taking.

Mick, who had developed a taste for beautiful black girls, got his PA to contact Marsha to ask her to appear on the cover of the Stones’ new single, Honky Tonk Women, dressed as a tart.

She refused, but a few nights later, Mick turned up at her flat in London’s Bloomsbury. Within days their clandestine affair was in full swing.

Born into a poor family in Philadelphia, Marsha had studied at the prestigious Berkeley University in California, before coming to Britain in 1966 at the age of 20. Her stunning looks quickly attracted a string of famous suitors, including Marc Bolan and her co-star in Hair, Paul Nicholas.

Jagger, in a testament to those politically incorrect times, nicknamed his new lover Miss Fuzzy.

Miss Hunt, pictured in 2005 when she suffered from breast cancer, contacted Mick for money when she was hard up in the final weeks of her pregnancy

Miss Hunt, pictured in 2005 when she suffered from breast cancer, contacted Mick for money when she was hard up in the final weeks of her pregnancy

And, while in Australia the following year, it was for her that he wrote Brown Sugar — his provocative eulogy to interracial sex and drugs that he had crudely originally titled Black P***y.

Within months, his faltering relationship with Marianne Faithfull was over and Mick moved Marsha into his house overlooking the Thames on Chelsea embankment.

Already missing Marianne’s son, Nicholas, to whom he had become a surrogate father, he took Marsha out to Mr Chow restaurant in Knightsbridge, where he asked her to have his child.

She quickly became pregnant and a misty-eyed Jagger talked about wanting a son, whom he had decided, in typical flower-power fashion, to call Midnight Dream. The social-climbing Jumpin’ Jack Flash also decided he would send the boy to Eton.

But within three months, Jagger was already going cold on the relationship — and was casting his roving eye over the latest of a carousel of girls he had marked down to share his bed.

One was a blonde 22-year-old American called Janice Kenner, whom he employed as his personal ‘cook’ with instructions that as well as rustling up his dinner, she would satisfy his sexual cravings, too.

Stung by Mick’s coolness towards her, Marsha moved out. He wasted no time in installing another beautiful American — 22-year-old Californian model Catherine James — who had recently dated his friend Eric Clapton, into his Chelsea home.

Despite Marsha carrying his child, practically all references to her and the baby were quickly airbrushed out of his life.

Catherine James told me: ‘When I moved into Mick’s house, I knew about Marsha, but his relationship with her was already over. It didn’t seem a big deal to him. He just mentioned that she was a girl he had met who had got pregnant. He said he wasn’t in love with her, but she was very talented.

‘I felt he was not encumbered by anything, not by Marsha or the baby. He was young, and I didn’t get the impression he was thinking seriously about becoming a father and being part of this child’s life.’

‘I never remember him talking about their child. In fact, I wasn’t aware of a baby being around at all. It was almost like Karis didn’t exist.’

-Chris O'Dell, Jagger's PA in the early Seventies

Unable to work in the final weeks of her pregnancy, a hard-up Marsha reluctantly contacted Mick to ask for money. He sent her a relatively miserly £200 and when their daughter, Karis, was born on November 4, 1970, at St Mary’s hospital in Paddington, she went through the birth alone.

It was several days before he deigned to put in an appearance. It would be one of only a handful of times he would make time to see the baby. When, finally, Marsha snapped and accused him of neglecting their child, he brutally told her he had never loved her.

Marsha, who loyally kept the identity of her daughter’s father a secret from the world, was forced to bring her up without almost any financial help from the stingy Mick.

Chris O’Dell, who worked as Jagger’s personal assistant in the early Seventies, told me: ‘I never remember him talking about their child. In fact, I wasn’t aware of a baby being around at all. It was almost like Karis didn’t exist.’

When the infant was scalded by hot tea in an accident and needed to spend ten days in a private hospital, the £75 cost of her treatment, which the millionaire Jagger promised to meet, was not forthcoming.

Finally, after trying and failing to persuade him to set up a £25,000 trust fund for the child, Miss Hunt’s lawyers formulated a sting. She arranged to meet Jagger at the Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens and her lawyers jumped out to serve a paternity writ on him.

 
Karis Jagger, daughter of Mick and Miss Hunt

Karis Jagger, daughter of Mick and Miss Hunt

In June 1973, Marsha launched a court action and after three hearings, Mick agreed to pay into a £10,000 trust for Karis, plus £500 a year, in an out-of-court deal. However, Jagger’s lawyers bizarrely insisted his former lover sign papers saying he was not the father.

‘I don’t know why Mick did that because he told me at the time that Karis was his child,’ Jagger’s ex-girlfriend Catherine James told me.

‘I think the problem was that Marsha wanted something from him — i.e. money. At the beginning, she had told him she would deal with everything to do with the baby herself.

‘She’d said: “Don’t worry about this. I’m going to care of it.” And then she was suing him. I think that put Mick off, to say the least.

‘He wouldn’t have anything to do with her. I actually got to know Marsha at that time and she didn’t like him very much.'

-Catherine James, Jagger's ex-girlfriend

‘He wouldn’t have anything to do with her. I actually got to know Marsha at that time and she didn’t like him very much. She was very angry with him.’

By the time Karis was seven, her mother was reduced to claiming welfare handouts in Los Angeles where she moved in a bid to revive her flagging showbiz career.

Finally, she hired hotshot lawyer Marvin Mitchelson, who had successfully sued a string of rich and famous men for maintenance on behalf of his women clients.

In January 1979, a court in LA ruled that Jagger was the girl’s father and ordered him to pay $1,500-a-month child support.

Only then, after not laying eyes on his daughter for five years, did Mick belatedly begin playing a part in her life. In 1992, when Karis graduated from America’s prestigious Yale University, her proud father was there, video camera in hand.

Mick Jagger pictured with Marsha Hunt and Jerry Hall

Mick Jagger pictured with Marsha Hunt and Jerry Hall

Mick also invited her to Buckingham Palace when he accepted his knighthood from Prince Charles in 2003. A year earlier, the Stone wiped away tears when he was on hand to give away Karis — now a film producer in Los Angeles — as she married film director Jonathan Watson.

The couple have two children.

Now a novelist and biographer, Marsha — who split with her boyfriend, Irish filmmaker Alan Gilsenan, in 1999 — has a home in Ireland as well as a French retreat.

As for her once fractious relationship with the 69-year-old Jagger, they had appeared to have buried the hatchet before he hit the roof over her putting his love letters up for sale.

Indeed, Mick was on the guest list at a rather strange party thrown by his ex when she embarked on successful treatment for breast cancer in 2004.

Each guest was handed a pair of scissors and invited by Marsha to cut off a lock of her hair before the chemotherapy, which she was about to begin, made it fall out.

And, as we have learnt, she was there to offer her condolences when Mick mourned the death of his 93-year-old father, Joe, from pneumonia in December 2006.

Considering the appalling way Jagger once treated her and their daughter, Miss Hunt is clearly the forgiving type.

Whether Jagger can show such maturity — and rise above his rage about the sale of his letters — remains to be seen.

 

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