Ronnie Wood, 67, To Be A Dad Again? Wife Sally, 36, Wants A Baby

Ronnie Wood's MUCH younger wife Sally – who's step-grandmother to his eight grandchildren – has revealed she wants a baby with the 67-year-old Rolling Stone.

Sally, 36, said she'd like to have her own child with the legendary rocker – and that 'he's up for it'. She told the Daily Telegraph: "Yeah, I do (want my own kids). There's no plans but there's no non-plans, if you see what I mean. As time ticks on, I would like children...

"A baby would be nice. Obviously we've spoken about it quite a lot, and you can ask him and his response would be, 'Well, that would be nice'. He's up for it.

"I do think that would be wonderful, but I don't know if it will happen. I hope so.

"He's got a lot of friends that are older who have younger children and they all say it's fantastic and it keeps you young. I do think that would be wonderful, but I don't know if it will happen. I hope so."

Sally and Ronnie married in 2012 following a whirlwind six month romance after 10 years of friendship.

Their marriage meant she became a stepmother to his children Jesse, 37, Leah, 35, Tyrone, 30, and Jamie, 41 - and step-grandmother to their offspring.

Model and musician Leah has two children, Jamie has three, and Jesse has three, including a son Rex with new wife Fearne Cotton.

In an interview last year, Ronnie admitted it would be 'tough' to become a father at pensionable age.

Despite being younger than some of her stepchildren, and also being a step-grandmother, Sally said the family had agreed to call her 'Auntie Sally' rather than 'Granny' or 'Nan'.

She said: "Life is all about family. I don't think there is much point to anything if you don't have that. I think loneliness is terrible. It's really lovely to be quite settled."

Ronnie would be in good company...