After her death it was revealed that her London-based business had been struggling with debts and she was considering closing it down.
Her family have been left angry after the images of Sir Mick and Miss Hamrick emerged.
Miss Hamrick did not attend the veent, Miss Hamrick and Sir Mick were pictured on the balcony of his penthouse at the five-star Dolder Grand hotel in Zurich ten days ago.
Miss Scott committed suicide on March 17, at the age of 49.
Something that may in the end have tortured his former long term lover, L’Wren Scott who may have had to endure Sir Mick’s errant ways and forever remain silent if she was to have the elusive legend amongst her midst.
The new pictures suggest he is finally putting the tragedy behind him and attempting to move on with his life.
Of course questions will now be asked if this was simply a fortuitous meeting that allowed Sir Mick to simply put away his ‘heartfelt grieving’ for L’Wren or could one dare wonder if on some level Mick was quite over L’Wren Scott way before her suicide ever came and hadn’t come to realize how much that had actually pained his former lover until she in the end took her own life?
At present Mick Jagger’s publicists have declined to comment. Anne Hamrick - who is younger than Jagger - said that the controversy over daughter Melanie, 27, and the Rolling Stones singer was 'other people's nonsense' On her Facebook page Anne posted what she claims is a Polish proverb on Sunday as her daughter was identified for the first time.It reads: 'Every time you feel yourself getting pulled into other people's nonsense, repeat these words: not my circus, not my monkeys'.The couple appeared again on Saturday night, with Sir Mick wearing a striped shirt and the woman clutching a drink.A source in Zurich told The Sun: ‘He’s worked very hard to get the Stones back on the road.Earlier this year he moved to California, 2,500 miles away.