'We miss him as a band, we miss him as friends on and off the stage,' said Sir Mick Jagger.
While Mick Jagger encouraged Wood as he tried to get clean, the guitarist says Richards inferred he was a "weakling".
The band - who have a combined age of 300 - have kicked off their North American tour in Chicago, following Jagger's heart surgery.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood will not appear on the next series of 'Who Do You Think You Are?' due to his complex family tree.
Jo Wood took to Twitter to vent her frustrations over being left without a seat on the overbooked plane back to London Gatwick Airport.
Whilst many of us are happy with a trip to Nandos when embarking on a first date, Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood went the extra mile and then some when he was trying to impress his now-wife, Sally. In fact, it has now been revealed that the star’s very first date with the 38-year-old theatre producer was at none other than Paul McCartney’s wedding to Nancy Shevell in 2011. To be fair, Ronnie and Sally had been friends for quite some time before he realised that he’d developed feelings for her and Sally has recalled that dancing with Ronnie at Paul’s wedding was when she truly fell for the star.
As if Harry Styles and Ronnie Wood’s friendship wasn’t rock-and-roll enough, the pair’s pals are also becoming the best of friends. According to reports, Irish Niall Horan has struck up a friendship with Rolling Stones’ producer, Don Was, after being introduced to him by Ronnie. Together, Niall and Don have gone on to record an acoustic version of Niall’s debut solo single, ‘This Town’, as well as some other tracks.
Ronnie Wood was unexpectedly photobombed as he took a nap next to his newborn twins at the weekend. Ronnie and wife Sally, who married in 2012, welcomed their twin daughters on May 30. Gracie Jane and Alice Rose were born two days before Ronnie’s 69th birthday, as Sally went into labour early.
Yesterday we were happy to hear that Ronnie Wood had become a father again, with the rocker’s wife Sally giving birth to twin girls in London on Monday. The official statement read: “Ronnie & Sally Wood are delighted to announce the birth of their twins Gracie Jane (6 lbs.) & Alice Rose (5.7 lbs.).
Massive congratulations to Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally Humphreys, who welcomed two adorable little girls into the world last night. Earlier yesterday Ronnie took to Twitter to share a cute photo of himself with his dog alongside the caption “Waiting” and a whole load of baby emojis, in pairs of course, and just last week Sally shared a photo of her huge baby bump on social media, joking that she’d grown a “third arm”. The names that the couple have chosen for their bundles of joy have not yet been announced, but hopefully Ronnie’s Rolling Stones bandmate Sir Mick Jagger is on standby to sing to the new babies, as Ronnie requested.
Ronnie Wood wants his Rolling Stones bandmate Sir Mick Jagger to sing lullabies to his twin daughters when he babysits for him. The 68-year-old guitarist will become a father for the fifth time when his wife Sally Humphreys, below, gives birth to the two babies this summer and after Jagger, 72, told him he would be up for babysitting once they are one Wood now expects him to soothe his kids to sleep with his distinctive voice. Wood’s tots are due to be born in June and he can’t wait to be a dad again and get stuck into the “great fun” of changing dirty nappies and doing night time feeds in between working with Mick and Co, below.
Ronnie Wood has opened up about becoming a father for the fifth time after it was announced that wife Sally is due to give birth to twin girls in June. Ronnie has son Jesse with first wife Krissy Findlay, and Leah, Tyrone and Jamie from his marriage to Jo Wood. The 68-year-old has now revealed that he’s planning on being a hands-on father to the newborns, adding that his Rolling Stones bandmates are ‘thrilled’ about his baby news.
Jo Wood used to have sex with ex-husband Ronnie Wood even if she “wasn’t in the mood” – but always got satisfaction when they got down to business. The 60-year-old former model, who has daughter Leah, 37, and son Tyrone, 32, with the Rolling Stones rocker, has admitted while her sex drive slowed down after having kids, she still tried to satisfy her husband as much as possible. Jo said: “With three children I didn’t have sex as often as before, but with both my ex-husbands we put the effort in.
When Ronnie Wood’s pregnant wife Sally Humphreys left The Rolling Stones’ Tour in favour of returning to London, the rumour mill went into overdrive with speculation that Ronnie did not want her around whilst he was on the road. The Rolling Stones are currently in Brazil where there is a high risk of contracting the Zika virus, which is transmitted by mosquitos and is a high risk for pregnant women.
The Rolling Stones’ legend, Ronnie Wood, surprised everybody when it was announced that he is expecting twins with his wife Sally at the age of 68. Speaking in a new interview, Lionel admitted that Ronnie hadn’t inspired him to add to his brood, explaining: “When you can defy the laws of gravity anyway, of course he can have kids - twins, to be exact. The 66-year-old has three children, 34-year-old Nicole, 21-year-old Miles, and 17-year-old Sofia, and is currently dating Lisa Parigi, but while his fellow rockstars are still living pretty crazy lifestyles, Lionel is happy with a more chilled out life.
Congratulations are in order for Ronnie Wood, who is set to become a dad again! The 68-year-old father-of-four is expecting twins with his 37-year-old wife Sally Humphreys next year. A spokesperson for the Rolling Stones said: “Sally and Ronnie Wood are delighted to announce that they are expecting twins in June 2016.