Ronnie Wood Undergoes Surgery To Remove Lung Lesion
25 May 2017, 10:14 | Updated: 2 November 2017, 15:29
Wishing the Rolling Stones rocker a speedy recovery!
Ronnie Wood has undergone successful surgery to remove a small lesion on his lung.
The Rolling Stones rocker's spokesperson confirmed that the guitarist underwent keyhole surgery to have it removed whilst also insisting Ronnie's surgery won't affect the band's upcoming tour dates.
Ronnie said: "I'm so grateful for modern screening which picked this up so early, and would like to thank all the doctors who treated me."
The lesion was discovered during a routine medical examination and was removed just a week before his 70th birthday.
It comes after it was claimed the 'Satisfaction' hitmaker had quit smoking after welcoming his twin daughters Alice and Gracie.
And Ronnie is desperate for his daughters not to live a "bling lifestyle".
He said previously: "We just want our girls to be happy and healthy. We don't want them to live any sort of bling lifestyle.
"We haven't got a flash nursery all done up, we've got a room in the house. We've been given Rex's (Fearne Cotton and husband Jesse's four-year-old son) old cot now he's grown out of it and we want things for them to be as normal as they can possibly be."