Mick Jagger’s devastating post, written just days before he died, welcomed Charlie Watts back into the band.

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Mick Jagger’s devastating post, written just days before he died, welcomed Charlie Watts back into the band.

Just days before his terrible death, MICK JAGGER and his Rolling Stones bandmate Keith Richards both published sorrowful remarks on social media welcome Charlie Watts back into the band.

Mick Jagger, the frontman of the Rolling Stones, wrote a touching Instagram message only days before his death at the age of 80, welcome his bandmate Charlie Watts back into the fold. The 78-year-old lyricist said he was “very looking forward” to welcome his pal back to the band after his recuperation from an operation earlier this month that forced him to cancel the band’s US tour.

This has come as a shock to all of us, and we are all hoping for Charlie’s quick recovery.

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Mick expressed his excitement to return to performing with the drummer in front of his 2.1 million Instagram followers.

“As soon as Charlie is fully recovered, we look forward to having him back,” he wrote.

“Thank you to our friend Steve Jordan for stepping in and ensuring that we can continue to play all of your shows this fall,” Mick said.

Keith Richards, the rock band’s guitarist, also wrote an emotional message, confessing that the news of Charlie’s absence from the tour was a “blow.”

“To say the least, this has been a bit of a blow to all of us, and we’re all hoping for Charlie’s quick recovery and to see him as soon as possible,” he wrote.

He closed the statement by saying, “Thank you to Steve Jordan for joining us in the meantime.”

The news comes after the rocker was forced to withdraw from The Rolling Stones’ No Filter tour owing to health concerns.

On the recommendation of his physicians, Charlie underwent surgery and stood down from the tour, stating at the time that his recovery would “take a while.”

Despite the fact that his procedure had been “totally successful,” Charlie asked guitarist Steve Jordan to fill in for him before his sad death, in order to avoid more delays on the tour due to the coronavirus outbreak.

“For once, my timing has been a touch off,” Watts stated in a statement earlier this month.

“I am working hard to get fully fit, but I have acknowledged that this will take some time based on expert advice.”

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