Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood, 68, Is Expecting Twins

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Ronnie Wood backstage ahead of the launch of his upcoming book "How Can It Be?: A Rock & Roll Diary" at Ambassadors Theatre on April 29, 2015 in London, England.  

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood will be a father for the fifth (and sixth) time next summer -- he and his third wife Sallie Humphreys, 37, are expecting twins.

"Sally and Ronnie Wood are delighted to announce that they are expecting twins in June 2016," a spokesperson for the band told NME. "Needless to say, they are thrilled and overjoyed with the wonderful news." The couple married in 2012.

Rolling Stones Could Return to Studio This December, Says Ronnie Wood

Wood has a son, Jesse, with his first wife Krissy Wood, and a son and daughter, Tyrone and Leah, with his second wife Jo Wood. He also adopted Jo's son Jamie. He has eight grandchildren.

Wood also recently announced that the Stones might be back in the studio starting this month, telling ABC Radio, "We'll maybe go in the studio in December and cut a few tracks and see what happens."


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