Ronnie Wood, 68, a New Dad to Twin Girls

Start those baby monitors up for this Rolling Stone
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted May 31, 2016 10:50 AM CDT
Ronnie Wood, 68, a New Dad to Twin Girls
In this Aug 9, 2012, file photo, Ronnie Wood and Sally Humphreys arrive for a Fashion for Relief dinner in central London.   (AP Photo/Joel Ryan, file)

For those wondering how the Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood is still among the living, he's not only surviving, he's procreating: He just became a dad to twin girls at the age of 68, CNN reports. Wood and his wife, Sally Humphreys, welcomed Gracie Jane and Alice Rose (sorry, no Angie) into the world late Monday, and the newborns are "perfect," the Stones' publicist says, per the BBC.

Just the day before the blessed event, Wood tweeted a pic of himself with his dog, with the caption "Waiting #38weeks+," along with emoji of baby bottles and gifts. Back in December, a source told the Sun that "he can't wait to be a dad again, and doesn't think his age is a problem at all. He still feels very young and fit." CNN notes Humphreys is younger than the oldest of Wood's other four kids; CNN says she's 37; the BBC and Page Six say she's 38. (Good news and bad news for those with older dads.)

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