Rolling Stones Guitarist Ronnie Wood Is a Dad Again...at 68
The rock-and-roll icon just added two more tots to his family.
Congrats are in order for Ronnie Wood, who just became a father again at the age of 68. The Rolling Stones guitarist and his theatre producer wife, Sally, welcomed twin girls on Monday night, according to his publicist. "Ronnie & Sally Wood are delighted to announce the birth of their twins Gracie Jane (6lb) & Alice Rose (5.7lb)," his rep told the BBC. "The girls arrived on May 30 at 10:30 p.m. and all are doing brilliantly. The babies are perfect." The twins are a bit of an early birthday present for the music legend who turns 69 on June 1.
Ronnie and Sally married in 2012 at London's Dorchester Hotel after dating for six months. And with a 30-year gap between them, this duo proves, once again, that age is just a number. The twins are the couple's first children together, but Ronnie is already a father to four kids: Jesse, Leah, Tyrone, and Jamie.
Just weeks ahead of the twins' birth, the musician wrote about his excitement to meet them on Twitter.
Ronnie and Sally recently appeared on the cover of Hello! magazine earlier this spring. Inside, the new mom revealed that her tots were already taking after dad. "Ronnie says I'm being beaten up from the inside. They really wake up in the evenings and they love music," she said. "They were kicking away at the Stones show in Cuba."