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Ronnie Wood Engaged to 34-Year-Old Theater Producer

Rolling Stones guitarist pops question to Sally Humphreys

October 30, 2012 12:45 PM ET
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Ronnie Wood and Sally Humphreys
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Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is engaged to marry Sally Humphreys, a 34-year-old theater producer.

Wood split from his second wife, Jo Wood, in 2008. A collection of memorabilia and artwork owned by the couple was recently auctioned off as part of their divorce settlement, which was finalized in 2011. Jo Wood's memoir, which will include tales about her marriage to the guitarist, is set to hit shelves next February.

The Stones recently played their first live show since 2007, a gig at La Trabendo in Paris to warm up for their upcoming 50th anniversary shows in London and Newark, New Jersey. Fan-shot footage from the Paris show recently surfaced as well, which you can check out here.

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