Jamie Wood excited to share tour memories with Ronnie Wood's twins
Jamie Wood can't wait to share his childhood memories of being a "backstage kid" at his dad Ronnie Wood's Rolling Stones gigs with his twin step-sisters.
Jamie is the eldest son of the legendary rock group's guitarist Ronnie - who he adopted when with his ex-wife Jo Wood, Jamie's mother - already has plans to tell the musician's eight-month-old girls Gracie Jane and Alice Rose all about growing up on the road when they are old enough to take it all in.
In an interview with The Times newspaper, he said: "I often wonder what they will think of me when they hear the stories of the 70s and 80s when I was a kid backstage."
Jamie also said that he gets on really well with his father's wife Sally.
The 42-year-old restaurateur said: "I love Sally. Sally is a good woman."
As for his own kids, Jamie is having problems with his "nightmare" 18-month-old son, but admits it is more than likely his "own fault" because he lets the toddler sleep in bed with him and his model wife Jodie.
Jamie - who also has older children Leo and Kobe with Jodie and a 17-year-old son, Charlie, from a previous relationship - said: "He's a nightmare child; doesn't eat properly, doesn't sleep properly. It's probably my fault because I do like to have cuddles so I bring him into the bed."
Jamie previously revealed that he convinced his wife to be a stay at home mother because he wanted their kids to have stability at home.
He said: "My wife used to be a model and an actress, but I made her stop. She got pregnant and I said, 'You're not going off on to a movie set for three months, it's not happening. If you are going to have a family, you have a family."
Ronnie also has son Jesse, 40, with his first wife the late Krissy Findlay, and Leah, 38 and Tyrone, 33, with second wife Jo.