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Ronnie Wood shows off his twin daughters in sweet portrait

Ronnie Wood has posed with his twin daughters for a stunning portrait shot by David Bailey.
It’s the first time the rocker has posed with the babies since debuting them following their birth in May (16).
The 69-year-old, who is married to Sally Humphreys, posed for the picture as a favour to family friend Stella McCartney to promote her menswear line.
In the black and white image, Ronnie cradles his twin baby daughters, Gracie Jane and Alice Rose – sans diapers. One of the girls appears to be fast asleep, while the other is wide-awake and looking somewhat quizzically at her father.
Ronnie is dressed in a smart black jacket by McCartney, worn over a white T-shirt, and adorned with his own jewellery.
Veteran lensman Bailey snapped a series of black and white photos for the campaign, and Ronnie shared an image from the shoot on his Twitter account with the caption: “Photo by David Bailey for my pal @StellaMcCartney.”
The star has also recently spoken about his friendship with the British fashion designer.
“I saw her in a wonderful overcoat once, gray with pinstripes, and I said, ‘Oh, I love that’,” Ronnie recalled to Wall Street Journal Magazine. “She said, ‘Oh, this is my personal overcoat. I’ll make you one.’ Like a year later, I’d forgot all about it, I saw her and she went, ‘Look, I’ve got a present for you,’ and it was perfect. She said, ‘I made one for you and one for my dad.’ I’ve never forgotten that.”
It’s been a big week for the father of six, as the Rolling Stones confirmed on Thursday (06oct16) they are releasing their first studio album since 2005, in December (16).
Blue & Lonesome will comprise of blues covers of tracks such as Little Walter’s Just Your Fool, Everybody Knows About My Good Thing by Little Johnny Taylor and I Can’t Quit You Baby, made famous by Otis Rush, according to the BBC.
And on Friday (07Oct16), The Stones will headline the inaugural Desert Trip festival in California. The two-weekend event also features sets from Sir Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and The Who.

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