Rolling Stones legend Ronnie Wood has gushed about his Christmas nuptials to new wife Sally Humphreys, describing her as "beautiful" while also revealing why he chose Sir Paul McCartney and Rod Stewart as his best men.
The 65-year-old wed Sally, 34, on December 21 in a penthouse suite at London's Dorchester Hotel in front of a small group of family and friends including Ronnie's children Jesse, Tyrone and Leah and his famous best pals Sir Paul and Rod Stewart.
Ronnie and Sally share a kiss moments after getting married (Splash News)
Gushing about his new wife, Rod told Hello! magazine: "I wish I'd met Sal earlier. I can't think of another girl more suited to me."
"She looked beautiful walking through that doorway. I feel very blessed to have a new family. My dad and brothers are no longer with us so it's really nice to be welcomed by a new gang. Her relatives are lovely."
Ronnie said his children from previous relationships were more than pleased for him to get married for a third time, adding: "They are happy to see their dad happy."
Of his two best men, Ronnie said he chose Sir Paul and Rod as "they have always been very supportive of me and Sally."
Apparently, Sir Paul predicted a happy ending for Ronnie and Sally when they attended The Beatles' star's wedding to Nancy Shevell last year.
"Paul was saying at the time 'Wow, this is wonderful, you two make a great couple." Ronnie has been married twice before, the first to Krissy Findlay in 1971 and then again to Jo Wood, his wife of 23 years whom he cheated on with a cocktail waitress.
In a lovely gesture, Ronnie and Sally are donating their fee for the Hello! magazine spread to various charities.