THE ROLLING STONES frontman Mick Jagger marked his birthday Saturday night with a boozy bash into the early hours at a swish Prague night-club attended by his two daughters Jade and Elisabeth, and members of DEF LEPPARD. Czech Republic's former president Vaclav Havel, who appeared on stage at the start of THE ROLLING STONES' performance ealier in the night to thank them for their support during the country's transition to democracy 14 years ago and to wish Jagger a happy birthday, gave the singer a present of a crystal vase made by a local craftsman.
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