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Mick Jagger, 75, plays with lookalike son Deveraux, two, on Miami beach as he relaxes with family and Ronnie Wood after mystery illness forced him to cancel Rolling Stones' US tour

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 4/1/2019 Emily Crane For Dailymail.com and Connor Boyd For Dailymail.com

a group of people sitting in the sand: After being forced to cancel his Rolling Stones Tour due to illness, Mick Jagger relaxes on the beach with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick (left), their son Deveraux and daughter Georgia May © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited After being forced to cancel his Rolling Stones Tour due to illness, Mick Jagger relaxes on the beach with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick (left), their son Deveraux and daughter Georgia May Mick Jagger has been spotted playing with his youngest son on a beach in Miami just one day after the Rolling Stones were forced to postpone their latest tour following his mystery health concerns. 

The 75-year-old enjoyed some family time with two-year-old Deveraux, girlfriend Melanie Hamrick and daughter Georgia May on Sunday after cancelling the sell-out North American tour which was due to start on April 20. 

Band mate Ronnie Wood also took to the beach later in the day with his wife Sally and their two-year-old twin daughters Gracie Jane and Alice Rose and were pictured building sand castles and playing in the water.

On Sunday morning, Jagger been pictured flashing a smile while on the balcony of an oceanfront hotel in Miami Beach where he is recuperating following news of his health woes.

a little girl sitting at a beach: High-five! Jagger enjoys quality time playing with his son Deveraux in Miami Beach one day after postponing the Stones' latest tour following health woes

High-five! Jagger enjoys quality time playing with his son Deveraux in Miami Beach one day after postponing the Stones' latest tour following health woes
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Jagger and the band revealed a day earlier that doctors had advised him not to go on stage, weeks before the tour was due to start on April 20 in Miami.  

The rock icon had undergone a routine scan that alerted doctors to an unexpected issue that could require hospital treatment. 

No other details about Jagger's condition were provided.  

Despite being ordered to rest, Jagger is said to have told friends he 'feels great' and that he is already 'bored' of taking it easy, sources told The Sun.

Ronnie Wood et al. sitting at a beach: Ronnie Wood was also on the beach with his two-year-old twin girls and their mother, his wife Sally

Ronnie Wood was also on the beach with his two-year-old twin girls and their mother, his wife Sally
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'He's massively frustrated, he wants to be getting back out there and at this moment in time he's feeling absolutely fine,' the source said. 

'Of course he has taken the medical advice on board, but he looks after himself well and feels totally capable at this moment in time.

'He's optimistic he won't be laid up for long and at the moment he's just hanging out in Miami with the other guys.'

In addition to his bandmates, Jagger is joined in Miami by his 32-year-old girlfriend Melanie Hamrick. 

a man flying through the air: Earlier in the day, Mick Jagger was joined by his bandmates on the balcony of an oceanfront hotel in Miami Beach, Florida

Earlier in the day, Mick Jagger was joined by his bandmates on the balcony of an oceanfront hotel in Miami Beach, Florida
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News of Jagger's mystery condition was revealed on Saturday when the band issued a statement about postponing the U.S. tour. 

'Mick has been advised by doctors that he cannot go on tour at this time, as he needs medical treatment,' the statement read.

'The doctors have advised Mick that he is expected to make a complete recovery so that he can get back on stage as soon as possible.' 

The illness was detected during an exhaustive medical all the band members undergo prior to tours. 

a person standing in front of a building: Bandmate Ronnie Wood was spotted by the pool of his Miami hotel with his wife Sally Humphreys and their children on Saturday afternoon © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Bandmate Ronnie Wood was spotted by the pool of his Miami hotel with his wife Sally Humphreys and their children on Saturday afternoon

Jagger, a father of eight, also apologized in a tweet on Saturday. 

'I'm so sorry to all our fans in America and Canada with tickets. 

'I really hate letting you down like this. I'm devastated for having to postpone the tour but I will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as I can.

'Once again, huge apologies to everyone.'

a screenshot of a cell phone: Jagger apologized to his fans in a tweet on Saturday ahead of the scheduled U.S. tour

Jagger apologized to his fans in a tweet on Saturday ahead of the scheduled U.S. tour
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His bandmates Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood both tweeted their support for Jagger in the wake of the news. 

'A big disappointment for everyone but things need to be taken care of and we will see you soon. Mick, we are always there for you!' Richards said.

Meanwhile, Woods said: 'We'll miss you over the next few weeks, but we're looking forward to seeing you all again very soon. Here's to Mick – thanks for your supportive messages it means to much to us.'

The Stones' No Filter Tour was expected to start April 20 in Miami. 

Other stops included Jacksonville, Florida; Houston; the New Orleans Jazz Festival; Pasadena and Santa Clara in California; Seattle; Denver; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; Foxborough, Massachusetts; East Rutherford, New Jersey; Chicago; and Ontario, Canada.

Tour promoters AEG Presents and Concerts West advise ticketholders to hold on to their existing tickets because will be valid for the rescheduled dates.

The tour is expected to be pushed back about a month.   

Mick Jagger wearing a red and black hair: The rock icon had undergone a routine scan that alerted doctors to an unexpected issue that could require hospital treatment. He is pictured above on stage in Barcelona in September 2017 © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The rock icon had undergone a routine scan that alerted doctors to an unexpected issue that could require hospital treatment. He is pictured above on stage in Barcelona in September 2017 The Stones' were forced to postpone their 2014 tour of Australia and New Zealand after Jagger's girlfriend L'Wren Scott died by suicide in her New York apartment.

In 2016, Jagger pulled out of a show in Las Vegas owing to what was described as 'bad laryngitis'.

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