Sir Mick Jagger rocking at daughter's wedding

Jade Jagger with her husband Adrian Fillary, and her parents Bianca Jagger and Mick Jagger.
Jade Jagger with her husband Adrian Fillary, and her parents Bianca Jagger and Mick Jagger. Photo: Robert Astley-Sparke/LD Communications/PA Wire

Rolling Stone Sir Mick Jagger was no shrinking violet at his daughter Jade's wedding today as he sported a striking purple striped suit to the service at a luxury hotel in the Cotswolds.

Wearing a white bridal gown she had designed, Jade Jagger, 40, married her DJ fiance Adrian Fillary at a service at the Aynhoe Park hotel in Aynhoe near Banbury.

Her mother Bianca Jagger opted for a more demure attire, wearing a black dress with white hat and gloves.

Mr Fillary, who could be seen chatting and being congratulated by guests outside the hotel, wore a cream suit with a dark blue tie.

Among guests attending were Jade's stepmother Jerry Hall, who like her ex-husband, chose a purple outfit, although not one quite as striking.

Ms Hall, dressed in a simple lilac suit, was accompanied by her partner Warwick Hemsley. The pair both left the reception at 4.30pm, five-and-a-half hours after the wedding ceremony, in a silver saloon.

Adrian Fillary and Jade Jagger at their wedding.
Adrian Fillary and Jade Jagger at their wedding. Credit: Robert Astley-Sparke/LD Communications/PA Wire

Supermodel Kate Moss, whose daughter Lila Grace was reportedly a flower girl at today's service, could be seen smoking and chatting to guests outside the hotel entrance along with Lizzy Jagger, who was wearing a multicoloured tartan jacket and had her hair tied back in a bun.

Jade's two daughters Assisi, 20, and Amba, 17, from a relationship with artist Piers Jackson, were reported to be bridesmaids at today's service.

A huge white marquee was erected at the back of the hotel for the reception, which is set to go into the early hours of Sunday.

It is believed the family has booked the hotel out for the weekend, with guests arriving on Friday for a pre-wedding party.

Guests were set to go on rocking into the early hours as Sir Mick was due to perform at the reception.