In August 2007, she published her autobiography Wonderful Tonight.
Her photographs of Harrison and Clapton, titled Through the Eye of a Muse, have been exhibited in Dublin, Sydney, Toronto, Moscow, London, Almaty, and throughout the United States.
And yet there's something different about the rake-thin, chain-smoking mop-head lolling amiably on the sofa in front of me ("I've just had a hole in me foot repaired! Unlike Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Rod Stewart et al, what's interesting about Ronnie Wood is not so much what he has done, but who he has done it with (the five above, for a start).
And not just musically – there's the sex, the drugs, the rehab, the art...
Through The Birds, Jeff Beck, The Faces, Rod Stewart, they were all stepping-stones towards the Stones."I bumped into Charlie and Mick round the outskirts of Hyde Park when Brian Jones died, when they did the concert. There were thousands of people, and there they were right in front of me.
And they said, 'see yah', and I said, 'yeah, sooner than you think!
She shows me the simple platinum band inscribed with the word “yes” that Wood gave her, which many took to be a wedding ring.
I ask if they plan to have a family together and she says: “Maybe.
Sally replied that they must be confusing her with Kate Middleton.He said: ' I feel very blessed to have a new family.My dad and brothers are no longer with us so it's really nice to be welcomed by a new gang.Wood gave him his own instrument and was reduced to playing air guitar to an audience of two billion. And then ring me back in 15 minutes.' If there's something good I won't let it end." Maybe he was so keen because it was, he tells me, always his ambition to join the Stones.One of his biggest challenges came in the late Eighties when the Rolling Stones all but broke up. "I'd always imagined that was the band I wanted to be in.