In today’s highlights, a piece of the saddest news has arrived that Charles Watts passed away on 24 August 2021. He was at the age of 80. He was a popular and well-known drummer and also gained international fame. The cause of his death is yet to be revealed. He had earned huge popularity and reputation as an international drummer for Rolling Stones. He left behind his wife Shirley Ann Shepherd who is 57 years old. Since the news of Charlie’s demise has come out, several people are searching for his wife. So, here we have brought all the details about his wife Shirley Ann Shepherd.
Who is Charlie Watts wife Shirley Ann Shepherd?
Charlie Watts was an American drummer who was born on June 02, 1941, in Bloomsbury, London. Being a drummer for Rolling Stones, he achieved international fame. He was known as a long-time serving band member who joined the band in January 1963 and served until his death. He was trained as a graphic artist. He was too young when he gained his interest in Jazz. He joined Blues Incorporated, a famous band. Then he started playing drums in Blues clubs and London’s rhythm. While working with Rolling Stones, he also appeared at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London with Charlie Watts Tentet and also toured with his own group.
Charlie Watts Daughter Seraphina Watts
Charlie Watts tied the knot with Shirley Ann Shepherd on 14 October 1964. He met with her when the band was not so popular. They both had 1 daughter together whose name is Seraphina and was born in March 1968. Watts was also blessed with a grandchild whose name is Charlotte. The couple stayed till Watts’ death. They were one of the belove couples and often appeared together in several events. She was a great wife and always supported Charlie in his all decisions. She was the support system of Charlie. The couple lived their married happily.
Charlie Watts was survived by his wife Shirley and all his devoted family. Charlie’s publicist whose name is Bernard Doherty confirmed the news of his death, he wrote, “Charlie was a cherished husband, father, and grandfather and also as a member of The Rolling Stones one of the greatest drummers of his generation.” He died on 24 August 2021. We hope that God will give strength to his wife and the whole family. May his soul Rest In Peace.