He’s known for his fun-loving attitude and cheeky sense of humour.
And Mick Jagger continued to exhibit his playful side as he posed for snaps in Barcelona after attending the El Clasico football match.
The 80-year-old rocker made sure to visit the city’s most famous attraction, posing outside La Sagrada Familia.
Yet his head was turned by a souvenir stand on the way, with Mick beaming as he posed alongside a row of shirts.
Although eagle-eyed fans were quick to note the very cheeky slogans on the front, which read: ‘I [love] DILFS’, ‘I [love] MILFS’ and ‘I [love] big boobs’.
Fans were quick to comment about the cheeky image and asked if his son Lucas, 24, had taken the snap.
They penned: ‘Always on Top Mick!!! Fantastic the photo next to I love Dilf always ironic, always sexy, always at the max. With all the love in the world ❤️ ❤️ ❤️’;
‘I’ve been loving your photos for a while now. You always post one that’s hilarious. I will never meet you but I really hope that they actually reflect your personality’;
‘@lucasjagger did you tell him to take a picture by those shirts?’
Mick was in Barcelona after he and bandmate Ronnie Wood watched Real Madrid beat Barcelona at Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys stadium on Saturday.
At the game Barcelona featured the Rolling Stones logo on the front of their home kit as part of their ongoing partnership with Spotify.
Barcelona said the move will put the Rolling Stones, the legendary band formed by Mick, Ronnie and Keith Richards, on the global stage of the Clasico for the first time.
The agreement promotes the Rolling Stones’ new album Hackney Diamonds, which is being released on October 20.
Hackney Diamonds is the bands 24th studio album and went straight in at number one – the 11th time the band have achieved this feat.
The tongue and lips logo, also known as the Hot Lips logo, was designed by the English art designer John Pasche for The Rolling Stones in 1970.
The logo quickly became associated with the band after the release of their classic ‘Sticky Fingers’ album in April 1971, which marked its first public appearance.
The Rolling Stones logo has consistently graced every album cover since then, featuring different versions which have been crafted for special releases and notable appearances.
The emblem now serves as a symbol of the band’s distinctive look, stage presence, and merchandising.
Talking about the design John said: ‘I think it’s the way that kids sort of stick their tongue out at people.
‘It’s an attitude really, I think, which kind of suited them. It just worked for them, it just felt right when I did it.
‘It was done in a 1970s kind of way. It’s sort of luscious, it’s quite soft, it’s quite feminine. It’s a soft protest in a way.’