Mick Jagger is keeping the party going into his eighth decade.
The Rolling Stones frontman got a helping hand from a security guard as he was photographed leaving his star-studded 80th birthday bash at a London nightclub Wednesday.
Jagger was all smiles in an emerald green suit worn over a polka-dot silk shirt, a navy scarf and trainers while leaving the swanky venue in the early hours of Thursday morning.
He celebrated the milestone with his girlfriend, Melanie Hamrick, his ex Jerry Hall, daughter Georgia May Jagger and pals Lenny Kravitz, Anjelica Huston and Baz Luhrmann.
Celebrations kicked off at the “Paint It Black” singer’s home in Chelsea, where guests arrived throughout the night despite the heavy rain.
They eventually left around 11:30 p.m. with the birthday boy in tow for an afterparty at Embargo Republica.
Stars came out in droves to celebrate Mick, including Leonardo DiCaprio, who met the group at the club and kept a low profile in an all-black ensemble.
Hall, 67, who shares her four children, Elizabeth, 39, James, 37, Georgia, 31, and Gabriel, 25, with Mick, stunned in a dark brown maxi dress with beige sandals and a slick of red lipstick.
Mick’s current girlfriend, Hamrick, 36, was also on hand to celebrate despite wearing a walking boot on one foot.
The injured choreographer got a helping hand from security as well when she left the nightclub in a sheer black dress and one Doc Martin shoe.
“Happy Birthday my Love,” she wrote on Instagram earlier in the day.
The carousel post featured a snap of the couple posing on a balcony followed by a one of them hugging in a field alongside their 6-year-old son, Deveraux.
The father of eight also shares daughter Karis, 52, with actress Marsha Hunt, daughter Jade, 51, with ex-wife Bianca Jagger and son Lucas, 24, with model Luciana Gimenez.
The birthday tributes continued pouring in for Mick, with many of his bandmates offering sweet social media messages.
“Hey Mick,” his longtime friend and bandmate Keith Richards said in a Twitter video. “Long may we keep saying this to each other. Happy birthday, Mick. Have another good one. Give me a call and let me know what it’s like.”
Rolling Stones guitar player Ronnie Wood also posted a series of throwback snaps with his bandmate.
“Happy 80th birthday @MickJagger,” he captioned the tweet.