It's now been 10 years since The Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood made a choice to ditch his hard partying lifestyle, and he's feeling better than ever.
While chatting recently with The Daily Telegraph, Ronnie insisted he has a "great time" without drugs and booze.
"I got clean!" he proudly said. "My life's better now."
It's quite a change for the father of six, who recalled that he used to party "all night" with his pals and then return home to be "dad at breakfast."
Ronnie, 73, has never shied away from speaking about his history of drinking and drug abuse.
"There were times I could have been more careful," he said. "There were close calls."
In 2010, though, Ronnie knew he was ready for a change.
"I don't have any bitterness or anger. I'm wiser now," he says. "I had a great time and I still do, but in a different way."
Ronnie credits his legendary bandmates for helping to keep him on the straight and narrow.
"Mick [Jagger] asked me if I wanted to help myself, and was there anything he could do to help. I appreciated that, they've been very caring around me," Ronnie explained.
These days, sobriety isn't too difficult for Ronnie since he's distanced himself from enablers and can now be "around for family."
While four of Ronnie's children are adults, he is also a fairly new dad again, as he and his wife, Sally, welcomed twin girls in 2016.
Ronnie gushed about the girls on their recent 4th birthday.
"Happy 4th birthday to my beautiful Alice and Gracie!" he captioned an Instagram photo of the twins laughing while seated on a garden bench and wearing striped shirts with the number 4 on them.
Sally, a producer, shared the same photo on her Instagram page along with pics of the twins on their previous birthdays, captioning her slideshow, "HAPPY 4th BIRTHDAY ALICE & GRACIE! 🎂💕🍰🎂💕💋💕🧁🌈💕🎂🍰☀️☀️💓💓💕💋🌈You are our world ~ love love love xxxx @ronniewood 💕💕💕 Thank you for all your lovely messages ~ you're all so kind and melt my heart xx 💋."