Entertainment Music Mick Jagger Shares First Photo After Heart Valve Replacement Surgery: 'A Walk in the Park!' "@mickjagger Yeah man!" Lenny Kravitz wrote in the comments section on Instagram in celebration of Mick Jagger's first post since surgery By Karen Mizoguchi Published on April 11, 2019 06:15 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Mick Jagger is back on his feet! Over a week after he reportedly underwent heart valve replacement surgery, the Rolling Stones icon, 75, shared the first photo of himself on Instagram and Twitter Thursday. “A walk in the park!” Jagger captioned a photo of himself in front of a collection of trees and white flowers. Many fans were excited fo Jagger’s return, including Lenny Kravitz. “@mickjagger Yeah man!” Kravitz wrote in the comments section on Instagram. “Love you Dada,” daughter Georgia May Jagger commented, along with three purple heart emojis. What to Know About Heart Valve Replacements as Mick Jagger Reportedly Recovers from Surgery Last Friday, Jagger tweeted his fans with an update on his health. “Thank you everyone for all your messages of support, I’m feeling much better now and on the mend — and also a huge thank you to all the hospital staff for doing a superb job,” he wrote. In addition, Jagger’s rep revealed the musician is currently on the mend. “Mick Jagger has successfully undergone treatment. He is doing very well and is expected to make a full recovery,” a statement from Jagger read. Mick Jagger Is ‘Feeling Much Better Now’ and Expecting to Make Full Recovery Post-Heart Surgery Kim/Getty The rock star underwent a surgery known as transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), according to Billboard, which was first to report the success of Jagger’s operation. Jagger reportedly underwent heart valve replacement surgery in New York just days after the Rolling Stones announced that the latest leg of their No Filter Tour would be postponed so that Jagger could tend to his health. “I was told he’s fine,” a Jagger source recently told PEOPLE. “If it was someone else, they’d need to recover for two weeks but because Mick jumps around and the performances are strenuous, he needed to postpone the tour.” The No Filter Tour was set to kick off in Miami on April 20.