Ronnie Wood enjoyed a family day out with his wife Sally and their twin daughters at a performance of The Snowman at Peacock Theatre in London on Saturday.
The Rolling Stones guitarist, 76, wore a black jacket, a quirky scarf adorned with cats, and red jogging bottoms for the outing.
Meanwhile, Sally, 46, wore a red jumper emblazoned with a pink heart and blue jeans as she wrapped her arms around her daughters.
Twins Gracie Jane and Alice Rose, six, looked adorable in a peach fluffy coat and a pink ‘rock ‘n’ roll’ jumper, respectively.
Ronnie and Sally have been married since 2012 and Ronnie has a further four children from his previous relationships.
Also in attendance was Cressida Bonas, 34, the former girlfriend of Prince Harry, who looked stunning in a wool coat and jumper.
Vanessa Feltz, wore a beautiful gold and black dress with a gold jacket as she attended with her daughter and her grandchildren.
The iconic band have struck gold through electrifying live performances and shifting over 250 million album sales.
Their concerts have hauled in a jaw-dropping $2billion in ticket sales over the years, and in 2021, fans splurged $130.9million on just 14 gigs during the No Filter tour in the U.S.
Cliff Dane, the money whiz who ranked the rockers for The Sunday Times Rich List, applauded the Stones, alongside Led Zeppelin, for kickstarting mega stadium tours.
Even though the remaining members, made up of Ronnie Wood, 76, Mick Jagger, 80, and Keith Richards, 79, now play fewer shows, their devoted fans happily part with top dollar for tickets as they’re generally older with more disposable income and the Stones can now roll in more cash from the box office.
The person behind the Stones’ financial affairs today is Joyce Smyth, who rejigged the U.S, leg of the Stones’s tour after Mick’s heart surgery four years ago.
She’s been their secret financial weapon and was introduced to the rock stars by Prince Rupert, a private banker the band hired who later became known as ‘Rupie the Groupie’.
And despite Mick dropping out of his finance and accounting degree at the London School of Economics, he has consistently displayed a sharp entrepreneurial instinct.
He recently opened up saying: ‘I don’t actually really like business, I just have to do it. Because if you don’t do it, you get f***ed.’
Not one to shy away, the band have happily cashed in on partnerships with corporate giants like Budweiser, LVMH, Chase Manhattan, and more.
Microsoft even reportedly dished out millions to use ‘Start Me Up’ in a Windows 95 commercial and Mercedes shelled out $1.5 million to use ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ in a 2013 Super Bowl ad.
On Saturday, FC Barcelona debuted their limited edition match shirt which featured the infamous tongue and lips logo of the iconic band and retails at an eye watering $400.
It comes after the three remaining members, Ronnie Wood released their first original album on October 20 after 18 years.
Hackney Diamonds, the bands twenty-fourth studio album, went straight in at number one – the 11th time the band have achieved this feat.
It is already the fifth fastest-selling album of the year and is currently the third most streamed album on Apple Music.
Six tracks from the new record — Angry, Sweet Sounds of Heaven, Get Close, Bite My Head Off, Depending on You and Mess it Up — made this week’s top 100 singles midweek chart.