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She has just passed her grade one piano exam, because she wanted to be able to play Happy Birthday and sing Victoria Wood songs. For while many might be tempted to ask: “So Sally, what first attracted you to the multimillionaire rock star Ronnie Wood?

” They first met just over a decade ago, when Sally was working at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. At no point, years ago, did I say to myself: 'I think I’ll go out with someone twice my age’, but that is what has happened.” They were married a year and a half ago, in a ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel. Even Jo likes her replacement so much that she wishes they had got together sooner. She is credited with being – quite literally – a sobering influence on Ronnie.

“He was hanging his art work there,” she says now, referring to her guitarist husband’s lucrative second career (his paintings sell for as much as £300,000). He’s very funny, kind and affectionate and welcoming.” Rumour has it, he even asked her father’s permission to marry her. He was once described in a newspaper as “a man so debauched, so obliterated by drink and drugs, and such an all-round pain in the arse that [Keith] Richards once put a gun to his head and threatened to kill him”. She loves baking, and has just had a range of chocolate bars accepted at Harvey Nichols.

I do think that would be wonderful, but I don’t know if it will happen.

After analysing 3,000 people, it found that couples with a five-year age gap are 18 per cent more likely to split up than those of the same age.

Sally, however, wasn’t waiting in the wings – she had her own boyfriends – and admits she was surprised when, in 2011, they became involved. But there are also half-completed jigsaw puzzles all over the place. At this point, Ronnie comes down from his studio and answers my question simply. So now, instead, we watch 19 murder mysteries in a row. “When Aaron Paul [who played Jesse Pinkman in the show] came backstage at a gig,” reveals Sally, “that caused more pandemonium than even the band.” “We cracked the ice with him,” continues Ronnie. ’ and Patti [Keith’s wife] was like, 'Oh my God, get out of the way. ’ ” I ask Sally about the death of L’Wren Scott in March, while the band were on tour in Australia (they cancelled that leg in the wake of the news, and will return in the autumn), but she says it is not her story to talk about. While still relatively young, she is aware that time is precious.

“We like them because they are very good for the brain,” says Sally simply. The Stones have just finished touring, and Sally organised a backgammon tournament for everyone. She recalls a friend who died in a car crash when he was just 25. I had a very good friend who I was working with when I was getting together with Ronnie, who said, 'You don’t have all the time in the world’. I mean, you can’t help but sometimes read the stuff online, where they say you’re wearing a nightmare pair of shoes or that you’re older/younger/thinner/fatter than whoever.

’ and I could see them all sitting there trying to work it out. ’ I thought that was probably better for everyone involved.” She has created a playroom for them all, and her extended family is always visiting. “Obviously we’ve spoken about it quite a lot, and you can ask him and his response would be, 'Well, that would be nice.’ He’s up for it.