The legendary singer, 77, landed on Tuesday and is legally required to quarantine for ten days having arrived from a country on the UK's Amber list.
However, Mick was snapped at Wembley just 24 hours later joining 60,000 football fans last night to watch the Three Lions secure their place in Sunday's final. He could face a fine of up to £10,000 for breaking the UK's Covid rules.
A source close to the singer told MailOnline Mick had planned his visit to London for weeks to finish off the new Stones' album but he couldn't ignore the opportunity to watch England's most important football match in recent history – despite the controversy it may cause.
The source said: 'Mick is a huge football fan and just wanted to be at Wembley.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'He had Covid tests before his flight and on arrival, plus after the game so he believed he was being careful in that respect.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger broke Covid protocol by attending England's clash with Denmark at Wembley (pictured) less than 24 hours after arriving in London from France
The Rolling Stones frontman was pictured arriving at Wembley last night ahead of the match
Mick Jagger's trip to London had already been planned to work on the new Stones album but a source says he 'couldn't ignore' the opportunity to watch England take on Denmark last night
'Mick was always due in London around this time to work on the new Stones album, it just happened to clash with the fact England had such a big game on – and he just couldn't miss it.'
Mick was snapped wearing a black facemask arriving at his VIP box at Wembley.
Several fans stopped him for autographs as he made his way to his private section, which