Mick Jagger is being comforted by his children in Los Angeles, as arrangements for L'Wren Scott's funeral get underway in New York, according to reports.
The Rolling Stones rocker flew into LA from Perth, Australia on Thursday morning, following his long-time girlfriend's suicide in Manhattan, New York on Monday.
Jagger has been joined by five of his seven children, daughters Karis, Elizabeth, Georgia and Jade, as well as his 28-year-old son, James, and plans to stay with them in California until L'Wren's funeral.
A spokesperson for the musician told the New York Daily News that they adore him, and he will stay in LA while the funeral arrangements are being made in New York.
"Mick has arrived in LA, where he is with his daughter Karis and her family who live there, Lizzie and Georgia May. They are also there to support him with Jade and Jimmy joining them as plans are made for the funeral. The family appreciates privacy during this time," Jagger's representative said.
The singer was devastated after he got the shocking news of Scott's death. She was found dead in her Manhattan apartment by her assistant on Monday morning. According to an autopsy report by New York City medical examiner's office, Scott had committed suicide by hanging herself.