Ronnie Wood and new wife keen to start family
Ronnie Wood and his new bride are eager to start a family, according to reports.
The Rolling Stones guitarist, 65, exchanged vows with 34-year-old Sally Humphreys in London on Friday.
According to UK newspaper The Mirror, the couple are looking forward to expanding their family as soon as possible.
“Sally has always wanted to have children and thinks Ronnie will be a great dad to them now he’s settled down,” an insider told the publication, adding, “They have enjoyed being by themselves and have a real laugh but a baby is something they both really want in the near future.”
Ronnie has four adult children.
He has been married twice before. His first marriage, to late model Krissy Findlay, lasted from 1971 to 1978 and resulted in the birth of his son, Jesse.
He was married to Jo Wood in 1985 and their divorce was finalised last year after Ronnie’s affair with cocktail waitress Katia Ivanova. The former couple share two children, Leah and Tyrone, and Jo’s son from an earlier relationship, Jamie.
The rocker met theatre producer Sally nine years ago but they didn’t begin dating until last year.
He popped the question six months into their relationship.
The couple wed at The Dorchester hotel in London with Rod Stewart and Paul McCartney reportedly serving as best men.
Sally opened up about her plans to have children with her then fiancé last month and revealed she wasn’t ready “yet”.
The couple will reportedly spend Christmas in London and plan to travel to the Caribbean for their honeymoon early next year.