Pink Floyd's Roger Waters marries for a fourth time

Singer ties the knot with his long-time fiancée Laurie Durning

Pink Floyd's Roger Waters marries for a fourth time
Former Pink Floyd co-frontman Roger Waters has tied the knot for the fourth time with his fiancée Laurie Durning.

The couple, who have been together since 2004, got married last weekend.

He told Howard Stern's radio show:

I need to bring you up to date because I just got married on Saturday to Laurie, she's gorgeous.


The couple had been living together for the past 10 years. Waters, 68, divorced his third wife Priscilla Phillips in 2001.

He also yet again ruled out any chance of Pink Floyd reforming. He added: "I don't think David [Gilmour] is interested in doing anything. It's not acrimony that prevents us from getting together and doing it.

"We've got some cash, we don't have to do it. And so it's like, 'Is this what you really want to spend your time doing?' And the answer certainly from my point of view is no."

Waters was joined onstage by former bandmates Gilmour and Nick Mason when he brought his tour to London O2 Arena last year, but they have not appeared together onstage since.

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