According to The Times, Keith Richard has said “It was the beginning of the eighties when Mick started to become unbearable."

Richards who is currently promoting his autobiography ‘Life’, has bluntly described his relationship with Jagger, of The Rolling Stones. He was asked whether Richards and Jagger even liked each other in the first place after calling the singer "Brenda" and "Your Majesty" obviously meant ‘as a joke’.

Quoted by Richards, "I used to love Mick, but I haven't been to his dressing room in 20 years," Richards said. "Sometimes I think, 'I miss my friend'. I wonder, 'Where did he go?'."

Despite all of the negativity, Richards admitted in the interview for The Times that Mick had read the book, planned for release on the October 26, and the only part which wasn’t included was the whether the singer had used a vocal coach to help Jagger over the years. Richards continues to refuse to exclude this controversial part of the hardback.

The guitarist seems to agree with Ronnie Wood’s shock claims that The Rolling Stones have no definite plans to retire, by saying: "we'll be on the road again in the future".

He finishes the interview off by saying: "I think it's going to happen. I've had a chat with Her Majesty. Brenda."