The Rolling Stones' families have been rallying together as Sir Mick Jagger mourns his late girlfriend, fashion designer L'Wren Scott.
L'Wren - who dated rock 'n' roll legend Mick for 13 years - was found hanged in her Manhattan apartment last week, leaving no note behind.
Appearing on Australia's 'Today Show' on Wednesday morning (25.03.14), shortly after the designer's funeral in Los Angeles, Alexandra said: ''You know death is such a sad thing and it was a shock to everyone. I know the Stones are such a big family and we're all loving each other right now''.
The DJ and model - whose mother is Patti Hansen - also said the band are looking forward to coming back to Australia in October to perform, following the cancellation of their tour Down Under due to the tragic events.
Alexandra commented: ''I'm really looking forward to the Stones coming back to Australia and we're super excited they're coming back so that's something to look forward to.''
The Rolling Stones have been confirmed to reprise their '14 ON FIRE' world tour this summer, moving dates in Australia and New Zealand to October.
Mick, 70, was supported by his children, Karis, 43, Jade, 42, Elizabeth, 30, Georgia May, 22, James, 28, and Gabriel, 16, at the private service in L'Wren's honour held at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Tuesday (25.03.14).
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