Is it 3rd time lucky, as Ronnie marries again

Rolling Stone, Ronnie Wood 65, and 34-year-old theatre producer Sally Humphreys said “I do” in a ceremony at London’s Dorchester Hotel.

Ronnie declared: “I’m feeling great”.

The guitarist married Sally in a low-key ceremony attended by star pals.

And Ronnie, whose band’s compilation album GRRR! was released last month, looked thrilled as the pair posed for snaps.

The beaming rocker, who wore a dark suit, black tie and pink socks, said: “It was excellent, so great. Brilliant.” He sported a white buttonhole flower in his lapel and constantly clutched a cigarette pack.

Asked where they were going on honeymoon, he added: “Haven’t decided yet.”

Meanwhile 34-year-old Sally had looked stunning in a white figure-hugging, floor-length wedding frock. She changed to a shorter dress and beige coat before they left.

She had proudly announced of her bridal frock: “It’s my mother’s dress.”

The couple were joined by celebs including Ronnie’s best man Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster plus ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney and his heiress wife Nancy Shevell.

Leah Wood, 34, Ronnie’s daughter by second wife Jo, and their youngest son Tyrone, 29, also attended.

Sally’s musician parents Alison, 63, and Colin, 66, also joined the 50-strong wedding party who crammed into the hotel’s penthouse suite.

But Ronnie’s Stones bandmates Mick Jagger and Keith Richards did not attend the wedding.

Sally fell for Ronnie after being good friends with him for nine years.

They met when she was working at a theatre where he was staging an art exhibition, and announced their engagement last month.

Ronnie’s first marriage ended after it was wrecked by his infidelity. He got hitched to former model Krissy Findlay in 1971. The pair had a son, Jesse, but divorced after seven years.

One of Ronnie’s mistresses during his first marriage was Woolworths shop worker Jo Howard.

The pair wed in 1985 and had two kids…but he dumped her in 2008 for cocktail waitress Katia Ivanova, 24. They divorced in 2009.

by Milo Johnson

 

 

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