Ronnie Wood has been spoiling fans with photos of his adorable twin girls, Alice and Gracie, and thankfully, he shows no signs of stopping. The Rolling Stones guitarist documented his fun day out with his three-year-olds, who he shares with wife Sally Wood, and daughter-in-law Fearne Cotton as they enjoyed some family time over the weekend. Sharing some sweet images on Instagram on Sunday, Ronnie and Sally met up with his son Jessie Wood and his wife Fearne to celebrate Shrove Tuesday with a pancake race. Captioning the snaps, which sees Ronnie with a frying pan in his hand, he wrote: "A day of pancake racing with @fearnecotton @sallywood1 & all the kids."Ronnie Wood enjoyed a day out with his twins and daughter-in-law Fearne CottonAs well as Gracie, Alice, and Jesse, Ronnie is also a dad to daughter Leah, and sons Jamie and Tyrone. While he is happy to share images of his little girls, his daughter-in-law Fearne is private about her family life. However, she has occasionally shared pictures from family events where Ronnie and Sally have attended with the twins, and also went along to see the Rolling Stones in concert in Twickenham with her husband and son Rex back in 2018.MORE: Ronnie Wood's twins Alice and Gracie are adorable in new family holiday photosRonnie Wood and wife Sally welcomed Alice and Gracie three years agoMORE: Ronnie Wood shares gorgeous photos of twins in birthday tribute to wife SallyRonnie and Sally have previously spoken about their twins in an exclusive interview with HELLO!, with the Rolling Stones star saying of his youngest children and wife: "Any time I’m with her and the girls, that’s the best for me, nothing tops it. When the twins come into our bed and we’re all snuggled up together, that, for me, is wonderful – my idea of heaven. It’s special. The girls are so cuddly and gorgeous. I’m a lucky man." The star added of Sally: "Sall's a natural mum, she’s amazing."The couple married in 2012 and shared their official wedding album with HELLO! "It was a wonderful day," Ronnie told the magazine at the time, revealing he told guests at the wedding: "I wish I’d met Sal earlier. I can’t think of another girl more suited to me."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
Danny Cipriani has shared a message sent to him by Caroline Flack before her death about her court case.The rugby player said he is "grieving hard" after the Love Island host took her own life at the age of 40.The pair dated last year and 32-year-old Cipriani posted a screenshot on Instagram of a recent WhatsApp exchange between the pair. View this post on Instagram Black dot. Before i start. This is my grieving process. Which is talking. A lot. Which my friends and family and teammates have had to take this last 10 days because I'm grieving. And I'm grieving hard. Hence I'm talking a lot. I'm not sure I'd be strong enough if I didn't understand or see myself in her. Pain is pain. It doesn't matter if you've lost a cat. Or been called a name. No ones pain is worse or less. Because it is individual to them and how they take it. So... Black dot. If you judge the first pic you see a black dot. But i didn't really know what she meant when she called me black dot. Until her best friend told me on Sunday last week. 'She used to call you black dot, now i know, your WhatsApp pic is a black dot' – so i changed my WhatsApp pic to a black dot about 5 months ago because i felt there were people who had my number who i couldn't trust. Ultimately i would have let them into my life. So ultimately i would have to ask myself why. Anyway. This story is about the beauty she found in a situation i found uncomfortable. 'I'm just talking to black dot' she would say. She was kind beyond belief. And she would think i am crazy doing all this. But i know she would be proud. I'm taking lent off social media. Thank you all for the kind messages. And all the lovely response. Thank you for the bad response. It's my story. And i did it for me. Then her – she wasn't allowed to talk to her BF throughout the case because of the law. He wanted the charges dropped. They wanted to pursue. I am not pointing fingers. The CPS and police do a good job. Just saying we can't always do a good job. This is my grieving process. Our greatest strength is our greatest weakness ❤️ ps – I was shown how to disable comments. So I'm going to do so on this post. Because it's for me and my grieving process. But in a month i will be back on social because that's 2020 and this is me navigating my way through life A post shared by Daniel Cipriani (@dannycipriani87) on Feb 25, 2020 at 10:27pm PSTAfter Flack said she was "OK", Cipriani asked: "Why you just OK? Want you smiling".The Love Island host replied: "Well, got court case coming up."【ギャラリー】Caroline Flack dies40Flack stepped down from presenting the winter series of Love Island after an alleged assault on her boyfriend, Lewis Burton.She pleaded not guilty and was released on bail but was ordered to stop having any contact with Mr Burton ahead of a trial, which was due to begin in March."She wasn't allowed to talk to her boyfriend throughout the case because of the law. He wanted the charges dropped. They wanted to pursue. I am not pointing fingers," Cipriani said."The CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) and police do a good job. Just saying we can't always do a good job. This is my grieving process."Cipriani said Flack's nickname for him was Black Dot and "she was kind beyond belief".The rugby player previously told his fans he was going to play a voice note Flack "left about 15 days ago because people need to hear it".Flack's management company have criticised the CPS for pursuing a "show trial" with the TV host's assault charge.The CPS later outlined how it reaches decisions over whether or not to charge someone with a criminal offence.
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