The Rolling Stones’ frontman, Mick Jagger, recently posted a photo of Keith Richards on his Twitter account and celebrated the birthday of his friend and bandmate with a short message.

As you probably know, The Rolling Stones’ co-founder, secondary vocalist, and guitarist, Keith Richards was born on December 18, 1943, and he recently turned 77 years old. His birthday was celebrated on social media by dozens of musicians who took found it vital to thank Richards for his contribution to rock music and culture.

One of the most influential figures that celebrated his birthday was Mick Jagger who shared a black and white photo of the two of them laughing on an empty airplane. The duo seems to be enjoying each other’s company and it looks like Mick Jagger thought that it would be the perfect photo to commemorate the good times they have had together.

Mick Jagger added a simple message and wished Keith Richards a happy birthday. As you might remember, Keith Richards had celebrated Jagger’s birthday in a similar way on July 26 by posting their photo on his Instagram account and wishing him all the best.

Here’s what Mick Jagger said in his recent tweet:

“Happy birthday Keith Richards,

Love, Mick.

Photo by Claude Gassian.”

For those of you who don’t know, Keith’s birthday is on the same day as his anniversary with his adorable wife Patti Hanson. Keith Richards posted a photo to celebrate their anniversary on his Instagram account.

Patti Hanson also shared some photos of their wedding day and how they spent Keith’s birthday this year on her Instagram account. She thanked everyone for their lovely messages and said that they had a beautiful day with their family. She wished everyone days filled with health, love, and unending happiness.

Here’s what Patti Hanson said in the caption of her Instagram post:

“Thank you everyone for all your love and best wishes! We had a beautiful day. We loved talking with family and friends and reading your messages, we wish you all love, health, and happiness always.”

You can check out Mick Jagger’s tweet and Patti Hanson’s Instagram post below.