Mick Jagger's daughter Jade splits from DJ husband after nine years of marriage
Rolling Stones icon Mick Jagger's daughter Jade Jagger has ended her marriage to Adrian Fillary.
The jewellery designer and DJ have decided to go their separate ways nine years after they tied the knot in the Cotswolds.
The Mail on Sunday report that divorce proceedings are underway, with lawyers instructed by both sides, and that Adrian has moved out of their home.
An insider close to the former couple - who share son Ray - has told that the split is "amicable" and that the pair are "100 per cent committed to co-parenting."
"This is all very sad," the source said.
"They thought they would be together for ever but it didn’t work out quite like that. They are 100 per cent committed to co-parenting their son – right now he is the priority. Things remain amicable for his sake."
Jade and Adrian wed in July 2012 at Aynhoe Park stately home hotel near Banbury they then welcomed their son, Ray, in 2014.
Rock icon Mick's daughter is also mother to girls Assisi, 28, and Amba, 24, from her previous relationship with artist Piers Jackson.
The Mirror has contacted a rep for Jade Jagger for comment.
In 2015, Jade reflected on her wedding day and told The Mirror that it was 'perfect.'
She shared: "My best memory was my feet getting a bit mixed up during our first dance to Thinking Of You by Katy Perry (Jade married DJ Adrian Fillary). Everybody was on the dance floor all night.
"It’s wonderful at weddings – you see all the generations together. Mick’s suit looks great, and those dark, South American colours really suit my mum."
Explaining how she made her own bridal gown, she added: "I made my dress myself, actually it’s a top and skirt."
"No, I wasn’t a bridezilla, I wasn’t literally at the sewing machine, but because of my design background I was able to get exactly what I wanted. I love embroidery and hand-made beautiful things, so I came up with this."
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