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However, she could do worse than take a few sartorial tips from a dressed down Anna Friel who looked relaxed in skinny jeans and pumps, and an iconic Rolling Stones t-shirt.

It was the Stone's first performance at a UK festival in more than 30 years and the finale of the annual music festival and part of the group's European tour.

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Guitarist Keith Richards told Virgin Radio, which is covering the festival, that he was pleased to be playing to a home UK crowd. Coming back home is always like a bit more special.

We just carry Britain with us really, our little bubble of it."Scroll down for more Front man Mick Jagger added that he did not get stage fright.

Scroll down for more The star, once briefly known as a fashion trend setter, accessorised with suede boots and colourful beads, again proving her sense of style was off duty.

Perhaps she should take notes from Anna Friel, who appears to have perfected the 'I'm with the band' rock chick look, in skinny jeans, pumps, and an iconic Rolling Stones t-shirt.

He said: "I never get nervous except before the first show of a major tour I get a bit anxious."He added: "I did a bit of voice coaching a few years ago, well 35 years without any voice-coaching, you might say it was better late than never."The Rolling Stones, whose last UK festival was Knebworth Fair in 1976, kicked off their European tour in Belgium this week with a 30-mile traffic jam of fans queueing to see them in the town of Werchter.

But the critics and 33,000 fans were wowed by the old-timers' A Bigger Bang tour which will feature 30 gigs across Europe including performances in Belgrade, Serbia, and in St Petersburg, Russia, which the band has never visited before.

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The Stones' previous tour became the highest-grossing one in concert history in November 2006, netting the band over £50 million last year and putting them at the top of Forbes's annual list of music's biggest earners.

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