With roughly two months to go before the birth of their twin girls, Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally Humphreys are floating on cloud nine. The couple were the picture of happiness as they attended the opening of the Rolling Stones' Exhibitionism show in London, with Ronnie's bandmates Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Ronnie, 68, wore the look of a proud husband as he embraced Sally and rested a hand on her bump. The mum-to-be was glowing for the night out, dressing her burgeoning bump in a black lace dress and accessorising with a heart-shaped pendant necklace.
Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally Humphreys are expecting twin girls
The couple were also joined by Ronnie's son Jesse, and his wife Fearne Cotton. The former BBC Radio 1 presenter looked effortlessly cool in black jeans, a loose white blouse and sheer black lace top underneath.
Friends and family of the Stones bandmates all stepped out to show their support for the rock legends. The new exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery reflects the band's 54 years in the music business.
The Rolling Stones' new exhibition has opened in London
Their appearance in London comes just a few days after the Rolling Stones performed a historic free concert in Cuba over Easter.
Ronnie was once again supported by his pregnant wife Sally, 38, who revealed in this week's issue of HELLO! magazine that her unborn babies are already inheriting some of Ronnie's musical genes.
"Ronnie says I'm being beaten up from the inside," said Sally. "They really wake up in the evenings and they love music. They were kicking away at the Stones show in Cuba."
"I love being a dad and to have this happening is just wonderful," said Ronnie
Ronnie, who is set to become a father for the fifth time in June, added that he plans to be a hands-on dad. When asked if he would be changing nappies, he replied: "I'm very good at it. I'm going to be changing the nappies and all that goes with it. I'm looking forward to all that.
"I'm unbelievably lucky and unbelievably blessed. I love all my kids. I love being a dad and to have this happening is just wonderful. I'm a lucky guy."