Mick Jagger appears to be moving forward with his love life just a few months after the suicide of his longtime girlfriend, fashion designer L'Wren Scott, as the Rolling Stones singer recently was spotted sharing a hotel room with a young, attractive brunette. U.K. tabloid The Sun posted photos of Jagger and the unidentified woman canoodling on the balcony of a hotel in Zurich, Switzerland, where the band performed on June 1.
One of the pics shows the woman kissing the back of Mick's head as he relaxes on the terrace. The Sun claims that Jagger met his new friend at a nightclub, where she works as a waitress.
The photos have drawn the ire of Scott's sister, Jan Shane, who commented to another U.K. tabloid, The Mirror, "And people wonder why L'Wren was so depressed?" She added, "These pictures make me really wonder what Mick is really thinking and feeling. His daughter says that he is still heartbroken and so devastated about losing my sister -- and then you see these photos. He will never change."
In a separate Mirror article, however, an unidentified friend of Jagger's defended the 70-year-old rock legend, maintaining, "Of course Mick is still sad over L'Wren but he is working through it and trying to move on with his life. Yes, he had a fling -- he's a red-blooded man for goodness sake -- but it's nice to see him enjoying life again."
Meanwhile, Jagger also was captured spending some quality time with another beautiful young woman while The Stones visited Israel this past week. An Israeli model named Noa Tishby posted a photo on her Instagram account on Thursday showing a smiling Mick putting his arm around her. The pic was accompanied by a note from Tishby that reads, "There's no way to post a picture like this without feeling a little douchy. However in the world of self aware name dropping, this may be the best one yet. So here goes. Thank you [Mick Jagger] for amazing few days in Israel. Thank you for showing us all how to rock it like a legend. Thank you for being so generous with your energy, time, music. To say you're inspirational would be the understatement of the century."
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