Ex-Rolling Stones rocker Bill Wyman, 85, accompanies daughter Jessica Rose for a relaxing walk

Bill Wyman was a world away from his rock’n’roll lifestyle when he strolled through Saint Paul de Vence in France with his daughter, Jessica Rose, on Wednesday.

The former Rolling Stone rocker, 85, who splits his time between the French Riviera and his home in Suffolk, donned flowing white trousers and a vest.

Bill layered over a pale pink shirt and added comfy suede shoes as the duo set out to snap some shots of the beautiful scenery.

Slow lane: Bill Wyman was a world away from his rock’n’roll lifestyle when he strolled through Saint Paul de Vence in France with his daughter Jessica Rose on Wednesday

Bill sported his signature mullet haircut and protected his eyes with purple tinted rectangular sunglasses.

Jessica, 26, who shares Bill with his third wife Suzanne Accosta, wore a khaki tank top and white shorts.

She added some colorful Converse prints and carried a floral print crossbody bag with her as they headed for their relaxed day out.

Relaxed: Bill donned loose-fitting white pants and a vest for their outing

Relaxed: Bill donned loose-fitting white pants and a vest for their outing

Edgy: He wore his signature mullet style hair

Quirky: Bill shielded his eyes with purple tinted rectangular sunglasses

Edgy: He sported his signature mullet style haircut and protected his eyes with purple tinted rectangular sunglasses

Day out: Jessica, 26, who Bill shares with his third wife Suzanne Accosta, wore a khaki tank top and cropped white pants

Day out: Jessica, 26, who Bill shares with his third wife Suzanne Accosta, wore a khaki tank top and cropped white pants

The father-daughter duo could be seen wandering the streets of the medieval city, deep in conversation.

On their way home, they got into Bill’s vintage light blue Peugeot with a contrasting cream roof.

Bill also shares Matilda Mae and Katherine Noelle with Suzanne, whom he married in 1993.

Family: Bill also shares Matilda Mae (center right) and Katherine Noelle (right) with Suzanne (left), whom he married in 1993 (Pictured in 2016)

Family: Bill also shares Matilda Mae (center right) and Katherine Noelle (right) with Suzanne (left), whom he married in 1993 (Pictured in 2016)

Casual: He dressed over a pale pink shirt and added comfy suede shoes as the duo headed out to snap some shots of the beautiful scenery

Out and about: Bill carried a professional camera on a black shoulder strap

Casual: He dressed over a pale pink shirt and added comfy suede shoes as the duo headed out to snap some shots of the beautiful scenery

Having fun: Bill was in deep conversation with his daughter as they enjoyed their day out

Having fun: Bill was in deep conversation with his daughter as they enjoyed their day out

Enjoying the sun: Jessica closely followed her father as they trekked through the beautiful countryside

Enjoying the sun: Jessica closely followed her father as they trekked through the beautiful countryside

The outing comes as The Rolling Stones honored their late drummer Charlie Watts with an intimate performance at Ronnie Scott’s jazz club in London’s Soho in December, nearly four months after his death.

Rock veterans Sir Mick Jagger, 78, Keith Richards, 77, and Ronnie Wood, 74, reunited with former bassist Bill to greet the musician – who died in August aged 80 – at a special concert hosted by Jools Holland.

The band was joined by Charlie’s oldest friend and collaborator Dave Green, plus Ben Waters and Axel Zwingenberger on the venue’s stage – a personal favorite of Charlie’s, who passed away in August.

Comfy: Jessica added some colorful printed Converse and wore a floral print crossbody bag

Comfy: Jessica added some colorful printed Converse and wore a floral print crossbody bag

Long day: they then got into Bill's vintage light blue Peugeot with a contrasting cream roof as they headed home

Long day: they then got into Bill’s vintage light blue Peugeot with a contrasting cream roof as they headed home

On vacation: Bill splits his time between the French Riviera and his home in Suffolk

On vacation: Bill splits his time between the French Riviera and his home in Suffolk

Slow down: The outing comes as The Rolling Stones honored their late drummer Charlie Watts with an intimate performance at Ronnie Scott's London jazz club in December

Slow down: The outing comes as The Rolling Stones honored their late drummer Charlie Watts with an intimate performance at Ronnie Scott’s London jazz club in December

Saxophonist Tim Ries had prepared a special piece for the late drummer entitled Blues For Charlie, while Lisa Fischer sang Trouble On My Mind and a duet of gospel song Up Above My Head with Bernard Fowler.

The Stones closed the evening with R&B standards Shame Shame Shame and Down the Road Apiece.

Charlie played on all of the band’s studio albums along with Mick and Keith. He was widely regarded as one of the greatest drummers of all time.

Charlie would tour the US with the band later this year as part of their ‘No Filter’ tour. But earlier this month it was announced that he would not appear as he was recovering from recent emergency surgery.

He is the first long-stay member of The Rolling Stones to die of old age. Founder and leader of The Stones, Brian Jones, died of drowning in 1969, shortly after being expelled from the band.

Original lineup: Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Bill and Charlie Watts (Pictured in 1964)

Original lineup: Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Bill and Charlie Watts (Pictured in 1964)

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