The Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood and his new wife Sally Humphreys are reportedly keen to start a family together, just days after they got married.
After months of speculation as to the wedding date, the 65-year-old rocker tied the knot with his theatre producer partner, Sally, on Friday in a penthouse suite at London's Dorchester hotel, with friends such as Sir Paul McCartney and Rod Stewart in attendance.
Ronnie Wood and Sally Humphreys are all smiles moments after tying the knot (Manuil Yamalyan/WENN.com)
While most newlyweds want to spend their first few months enjoying the honeymoon period and each other's company, friends of Ronnie and Sally, 34, say the couple are keen to start working on a family already.
"Sally has always wanted to have children and thinks Ronnie will be a great dad to them now he's settled down," the insider told the Sunday People.
"They have enjoyed being by themselves and have a real laugh but a baby is something they both really want in the near future."
Sally herself confirmed that she would like to have children with The Rolling Stones legend, but wants to wait a while before they make the commitment.
"I would like children but not yet. Ronnie is relaxed about it but I just want to have some time just as ourselves," Sally said last month according to the Mail Online.
Ronnie, who is already father to four children from previous relationships, had been in a relationship with Sally for six months before tying the knot last week.