As of Monday, two more girls can now claim their papa was a Rolling Stone.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood and his wife, Sally (Humphries) Wood welcomed twin girls on May 30 — two days shy of Dad's 68th birthday.
"Ronnie & Sally Wood are delighted to announce the birth of their twins Gracie Jane (6 lb) & Alice Rose (5.7 lb)," the couple's publicist said in a statement reported by the BBC, adding, "The girls arrived on May 30 at 10:30 p.m. and all are doing brilliantly. The babies are perfect."
"I'm unbelievably lucky and unbelievably blessed," Wood told Hello magazine in April. "I love all my kids. I love being a dad and to have this happening is just wonderful. I'm a lucky guy ... I'm going to be changing the nappies and all that goes with it. I'm looking forward to all that." ("Nappies" are diapers in British lingo.)
Gracie Jane and Alice Rose join the Wood clan, which already includes his children (biological and adopted) from previous marriages Jesse, Leah, Tyrone and Jamie. He also has 10 grandchildren.
The twins are 38-year-old author Humphries' first children. She and Wood married in 2012 after dating for six months.
Rod Stewart, also an older dad, former member of bands The Jeff Beck Group and Faces (with Wood) and best man at Wood's most recent wedding, tweeted to the happy couple.
Fellow Faces band member Kenny Jones also had good wishes to send via social media, wishing dad and the girls a "nappy birthday."
We couldn't agree more! Congratulations to the happy parents.
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