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James Jagger joined by family at wedding celebration

Published 24/04/2016

James Jagger
James Jagger

Vinyl actor James Jagger celebrated his nuptials with wife Anoushka Sharma in England on Saturday (23Apr16).

Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall reunited to celebrate the wedding of their son, Vinyl star James Jagger.

The 30-year-old actor and his wife Anoushka Sharma celebrated their nuptials on Saturday (23Apr16) after officially marrying in New York last September (15).

And James' parents - Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and former supermodel Jerry Hall - were brought back together for the party, posing for a snap with the happy couple.

The 72-year-old rocker smiled alongside his 59-year-old ex-partner, despite their acrimonious split back in 1999 after Jagger's allegedly numerous affairs .

Jerry, alongside new husband Rupert Murdoch, were among the 200 guests at Cornwell Manor in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. All of Jagger's children, including Georgia, Jade and Elizabeth, were in attendance, while his son Gabriel gave Anoushka away at the ceremony.

Jagger's bandmate Ronnie Wood also celebrated with the couple, along with his heavily pregnant wife Sally Humphreys, who is expecting twin girls.

James, who stars as Brit rocker Kip Stevens in the Martin Scorsese’s 70s-set drama Vinyl, met wife Anoushka when she worked as a shop assistant at his sister Jade Jagger's London store. The pair wed in the Catskill Mountains, New York, after being together for more than seven years.

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