He has been happily married to his producer wife for nine years. And Ronnie Wood, 74, and his wife Sally Humphreys, 44, were all smiles on Sunday as they held twins Gracie Jane and Alice Rose, five, for a family Instagram snap.
The couple landed in style in their swanky private personalized jet ahead of the new Rolling Stone’s tour Sixty, alongside his bandmates Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Ronnie looked dashing in a pair of black jogging bottoms which he teamed with a white shirt and blue blazer.
Meanwhile Sally, who is 30 years his junior, cut a casual figure in a red long sleeve top and blue jeans.Ronnie was married to Jo Wood for 26 years before their separation and subsequent divorce in 2011. The former couple are parents to three children; Leah, 42, an accomplished singer, Jamie, 46, and Tyrone, 37.
He married Sally in an intimate ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel in London in December 2011 after a six-month romance, with Rod Stewart serving as the groom’s best man. In 2021 the rocker revealed he had secretly battled cancer for the second time during lockdown, admitting he was diagnosed with small cell cancer but had since ‘come through with the all-clear’.
It is the second time Ronnie has beaten cancer. In 2017, Ronnie successfully fought lung cancer after 54 years of smoking 25 to 30 cigarettes a day. After having part of his lung removed he confirmed he was cancer free in 2018.
The band seemed in high spirits as they stepped off the plane waving to fans and cameras before getting into cars. Mick Jacker, 78, cut a smart figure in cream trousers, a crisp white shirt and a cream patterned jacket, while adding a yellow scarf for a pop of colour. Keith Richards, 78, looked every inch the rock star as he stepped of the jet in a leather jacket.
They also shared a snap to their Instagram revealing to their 3.2 million followers that they have arrived. The last time The Rolling played in Madrid was at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in 2014 with the tour, 14 on Fire Tour.
The last time the band stop in Spain was in 2017 to perform in Barcelona. The Stones’ Sixty Tour was announced in March and is kicking off in Spain’s capital on Wednesday. It will conclude almost two months later in Stockholm, Sweden, with UK fans set to fill out Hyde Park on June 25 and July 3. It is the first European tour without drummer Charlie Watts following his death in August 2021.