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Jagger meets Hall for Father's Day

Sir Mick Jagger celebrated Father's Day in Austria with his ex Jerry Hall and their daughter and son.

The 70-year-old Rolling Stones rocker and father of seven was photographed smiling as he spent the day with Jerry, 57, and their children Georgia May, 22, and 16-year-old son Gabriel ahead of the band's scheduled concert in Vienna tonight (June 16).

Mick - who paused outside his hotel to sign autographs for fans - has remained close to former model Jerry despite their split 15 years ago, following nine years together and four children.

Other celeb dads spotted spending quality time with their families on Father's Day included actor Adam Sandler. The Blended actor was pictured with his wife and daughters in Toronto. Adam turned heads as he was pushing eight-year-old Sadie and five-year-old Sunny in a double-seated pushchair they had clearly outgrown.

Orlando Bloom spent the day having fun with three-year-old son Flynn in Malibu, while Ethan Hawke was spotted enjoying a family day out with the youngest three of his four children and his second wife Ryan Shawhughes.

Beyonce posted a picture online of Jay Z with daughter Blue Ivy on his shoulders and wrote "Happy Happy Father's Day", while Kim Kardashian tweeted a picture of Kanye West and their daughter North asleep in bed together.

Other stars took to social media to post tributes to their own fathers, inlcuding Channing Tatum, Lea Michele and Taylor Swift.

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