Cara Delevingne sports a kooky goggle beanie hat as she joins model pal Georgia May Jagger to watch dad Mick perform with the Rolling Stones
By Callum Wells and Elmira Tanatarova For Mail Online
Published: 05:41 EDT, 4 July 2022 | Updated: 05:41 EDT, 4 July 2022
Cara Delevingne was joined by Georgia May Jagger as they watched her dad Mick perform with the Rolling Stones in London’s Hyde Park on Sunday.
The actress, 29, sported a kooky goggle beanie hat in khaki green and went make-up free to highlight her natural beauty as she watched in-awe from the mosh pit.
Her model pal, 30, also masked up amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and wore her blonde tresses in their natural waves, which bounced over her shoulders.
Kooky: Cara Delevingne (pictured) sported a goggle beanie hat as she joined Georgia May Jagger to watch her dad Mick perform with the Rolling Stones in Hyde Park on Sunday
The Stones put on an enthusiastic performance as they took to the stage at American Express present BST Hyde Park for the second time this year, following a gig on Saturday 25 June.
The music icons looked incredible in colourful ensembles as they rocked out to an adoring audience which included their friends and families.
Frontman Mick, 78, looked trendy as ever in a floral embroidered jacket as he danced across the huge stage.
He donned a shimmery button up underneath, teamed with a flashy silver belt for the show.
Safety first: Her model pal, 30, also masked up amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and wore her blonde tresses in their natural waves, which bounced over her shoulders
Wow! Cara went make-up free to highlight her natural beauty as she watched in-awe from the mosh pit
The singer was snapped indulging the fans with enthusiastic poses and dance moves.
Guitarist Keith Richards, 78, donned a red and black headband as he performed in a denim jacket, accessorising his look with a black and white striped scarf.
He donned some rounded black sunglasses for the show as the musician enjoyed himself on stage with his bandmates.
Meanwhile Ronnie Wood appeared in high spirits as he enjoyed a striped zip-up jacket worn over a golden button up and a graphic T-shirt.
The star donned some dark tinted shades, with his hair out in voluminous tresses.
Steve Jordan – who is touring with the band following the death of long-standing drummer Charlie Watts – chose a bright orange turtleneck.
Charlie passed away in August 2021 aged 80 surrounded by family and friends.
The rockers are said to have paid an homage to their roots by recreating the Surrey pub where they started off playing gigs backstage at the Hyde Park festival.
Rocking out: The Stones put on an enthusiastic performance as they took to the stage at American Express present BST Hyde Park for the second time this year (L-R: Ronnie Woods, Mick and Keith Richards)