Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood to be father to twins, age 68

Guitarist and wife Sally Humphries announce pregnancy

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is set to become a father again.

It was announced over the weekend that Wood, 68, and his wife Sally Humphries, 37, are expecting twins. Wood married theatre production company owner Humphries (pictured above) in 2012 and are expecting their first children together.

A spokesperson for the band issued the following statement: “Sally and Ronnie Wood are delighted to announce that they are expecting twins in June 2016. Needless to say, they are thrilled and overjoyed with the wonderful news.”

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Wood has four children from previous relationships. His eldest, Jesse, with former model Krissy Wood and two, Leah and Tyrone, with ex wife Jo. Wood also adopted Jo’s son Jamie in 1985. The musician has eight grandchildren.

Meanwhile, Wood recently confirmed that The Rolling Stones will begin recording a new album this month (December).

“We’ll maybe go in the studio in December and cut a few tracks and see what happens,” Wood recently told ABC Radio. “We’ll take it from there, see how it all goes. One thing at a time.” Wood added that the session would lay “some groundwork” for what will be their 23rd studio LP.

The Rolling Stones released their most recent album ‘A Bigger Bang’ in 2005.