The prognosis was good following the procedure, and it appears there were no post-surgery complications, as Jagger was released from a New York City-area hospital on schedule.
Jagger shared a photo of himself enjoying some mild springtime weather via his social media.
"A walk in the park!" he wrote in the caption, to the relief of many concerned fans.
The Rolling Stones were forced to postpone the U.S. leg of their 'No Filter 2019' tour, set to begin April 20, after Jagger's doctors told him he needed a heart-valve replacement before doing any extensive traveling.
Jagger's last update was almost a week ago, following the transcatheter aortic valve replacement procedure. He thanked fans for their "messages of support" and added that he was "feeling much better now and on the mend."
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer also thanked the hospital staff "for doing a superb job."
Jagger is expected to make a full recovery and return to performing later this year.
The band has yet to announced when the postponed dates will be rescheduled.
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