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Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood tied the knot for a third time on December 21st to 34-year-old theater producer Sally Humphreys, according to The Sun. Wood, who is 65, is 31 years older than Humphreys, and only one year younger than her father. Faces bandmate Rod Stewart served as Wood's best man, with Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell in attendance. Among those not at the wedding held at London's Dorchester Hotel was Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Two of Wood's children with former wife Jo, were on hand -- 34-year-old Leah Wood and 29-year-old Tyrone Wood.

Wood and Humphreys met nine years ago while she was working at a theater where Wood was staging one of his many art exhibitions.

In 2008 Wood split from his wife of 28 years, Jo, before taking up with the 20-year-old Russian waitress Ekaterina Ivanova for a very public and tumultuous affair. Prior to hooking up with Humphreys, Wood was seen out and about with then 32-year-old polo coach Ana Araujo, before coupling with then 25-year-old stylist, Nicola Sargent.

Ron Wood -- who's checked himself into rehab seven times over the years -- told us that sobriety seems to always recharge his creative outlets and enrich his life: "A much happier place because after playing the last few tours focused, I feel much better within myself and satisfied. I couldn't have done a better job, and every show did get better, and my playing for some miraculous reason is getting better and better all the time -- and so is my painting. And I'm still on this ambition thing. Y'know, I'm still very ambitious, and I think that's a big drive to life."

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