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English musician

Born: June 2, 1941, University College Hospital, London, United Kingdom

Died: August 24, 2021, London, United Kingdom

Height: 1.73 m

Spouse: Shirley Ann Shepherd (m. 1964)

Children: Seraphina Watts

Music groups: The Rolling Stones (Since 1963), Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated, Rocket 88, The ABC&D Of Boogie Woogie

Birthday: June 2, 1941

Died At Age: 80

Sun Sign: Gemini

Also Known As: The Wembley Whammer, Charles Robert Watts, The ABC Of Boogie Woogie, Charles Robert

Born Country: England

Born In: Kingsbury, London, England

Famous As: Drummer

Drummers Rock Musicians

Height: 5’8″ (173 cm), 5’8″ Males

Spouse/Ex-: Shirley Ann Shepherd

Father: Charles Watts

Mother: Lilian Watts

Siblings: Linda Watts

Children: Seraphina Watts

Died On: August 24, 2021

Place Of Death: London, England

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On 14 October 1964, Watts married Shirley Ann Shepherd (born 11 September 1938), whom he had met before the band became successful.

The couple had one daughter, Seraphina, born in March 1968, who in turn gave birth to Watts’s only grandchild, a girl named Charlotte.

They remained married until his death.

Watts lived near Dolton, a rural village in west Devon, where he owned an Arabian horse stud farm.

He also owned a percentage of the Rolling Stones’ various corporate entities.

While all the Rolling Stones collected cars, Watts never had a driving licence, preferring to view his cars as beautiful objects.

He married Shirley Ann Shepherd on October 14, 1964. He always remained a doting husband.

Their only daughter, Serafina, was born in 1968.

Sometime in the 1980s, he and his wife set up Haldson Arabians, an Arabian horse stud farm in Dolton village in west Devon.

He was diagnosed with throat cancer in June 2004 and underwent radiotherapy treatment and upon recovery he resumed his musical career.

Charlie Watts died in a London hospital on August 24, 2021, at the age of 80.

He had one granddaughter, Charlotte.

Watts was a vegetarian.

Charles Robert “Charlie” Watts was born to Charles Watts, a lorry driver for a precursor of British Rail and his wife Lilian (née Eaves) at University College Hospital, London, and raised (along with his sister Linda) in Islington and then Kingsbury.

He attended Tylers Croft Secondary Modern School from 1952 to 1956; as a schoolboy, he displayed a talent for art, cricket and football.

Watts’ parents gave him his first drum kit in 1955; he was interested in jazz, and would practice drumming along with jazz records he collected.

After completing secondary school, he enrolled at Harrow Art School (now the University of Westminster), which he attended until 1960.

After leaving school, Watts worked as a graphic designer for an advertising company, and also played drums occasionally with local bands in coffee shops and clubs.

In 1961 he met Alexis Korner, who invited him to join his band, Blues Incorporated.

At that time Watts was on his way to a sojourn working as a graphic designer in Denmark, but he accepted Korner’s offer when he returned to London in February 1962.

Watts played regularly with Blues Incorporated as well as working at the advertising firm of Charles, Hobson and Grey.

It was in mid-1962 that Watts first met Brian Jones, Ian “Stu” Stewart, Mick Jagger, and Keith Richards, who also frequented the London rhythm and blues clubs, but it wasn’t until January 1963 that Watts finally agreed to join the Rolling Stones.