Ronnie Wood and new wife Sally Humphreys were the image of wedded bliss as they partied with friends in London on Monday night. The happy couple, who tied the knot two weeks ago, attended the Tommy Hilfiger party to mark the London Collections: MEN AW13.For the occasion, Sally, 34, pulled out all the stops and stunned in a short gold dress with matching accessories, whilst Ronnie, 65, looked dapper in a black suit.
The pair joined a host of stars including Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Hince, Victoria Pendleton and Jeremy Piven at the fashion soiree, which was sponsored by Belvedere Vodka. Ronnie and Sally were guests of designer Tommy Hilfiger, who had restored Sally's mother's wedding dress for her to wear on her big day.On the day, she tweeted: "Thank you for your lovely Tweets ~ I wore my mum's wedding dress! @TommyHilfiger helped bring it back to life after 40yrs+ ~ thank you xx."Rocker Ronnie made theatre producer Sally his wife in a brief ceremony which took place on December 21 on the eighth-floor penthouse suite of the Dorchester hotel in central London.
Around 45 guests gathered for an intimate ceremony including Ronnie's three children Leah, Jesse and Tyrone and several celebrity pals. Among them were Jesse's pregnant girlfriend, Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton, Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones and girlfriend Jaqqi, Kenny Jones of The Faces and his wife Jayne.Best men Rod Stewart and Sir Paul McCartney attended with their glam other halves Penny Lancaster and Nancy Shevell.In the exclusive HELLO! interview, Ronnie also revealed why he chose Sir Paul and Rod as his best men. "They have always been very supportive of me and Sally," he said. Ronnie had taken Sally to Paul's wedding to Nancy Shevell in 2011. "Paul was saying at the time, 'Wow, this is wonderful, you two make a great couple,'" said Ronnie."It was a wonderful day," he added, confessing he told guests at the wedding: "I wish I'd met Sal earlier. I can't think of another girl more suited to me."
Super cool Ronnie, who was so calm he played a game of snooker before the 4.30pm ceremony, went on: "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 and Sally donated 100 per cent of their fee to a selection for children’s charities that are close to them, including The Ben Kinsilla Trust, the Tom Cocklin Memorial Trust and the Thusha Kameleswaran Appeal.