Paul Weller

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Freely admitting that he’s scared of the dark, as the night time is when he’s tempted back on the booze, Paul Weller is reportedly cock-a-hoop these days.

The ‘Modfather’, 54, gave up drinking in late 2010, kicking a habit allegedly stretching back to his teens. He’s also acquired a second wife, more than a quarter of a century younger than himself, who contributes backing vocals on his recordings and during live concerts. Talking to Gavin Martin of ‘The Daily Mirror’ in March 2012, the reporter described the singer/songwriter as a man with a gruff, no-nonsense reputation yet almost misty-eyed whilst describing his current state of marital bliss.

A little over a year later and his wife would give birth to twins John Paul and Bowie, but not before tweeting an image of herself heavily pregnant, standing in front a full length mirror, with her husband cheerfully close by, drinking a mug of coffee.

It was six children by three women before the latest nuptials, and it’s now eight by four. Aaaaagh bless – that’s the finances well and truly sorted. One only hopes for his sake that he’s seen it all coming…

Recommended listening

All Mod Cons (1978)

Sound Affects (1980)

Wild Wood (1993)

Stanley Road (1995)

22 Dreams (2008)

Desert Island Discs - BBC Radio 4 (16/12/07)


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