Jo Wood's tears at Fearne, Jesse

Hampshire Chronicle: Jo Wood says she cried at Fearne Cotton and Jesse Wood's wedding Jo Wood says she cried at Fearne Cotton and Jesse Wood's wedding

Jo Wood has admitted she couldn't hold back her tears at her son Jesse's wedding to Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton.

The pair married recently having kept the wedding a secret from the public until the day, and Jo told the Sunday Mirror she had felt emotional at the ceremony.

She said: "The wedding was a bit hush hush but we knew ages before. Fearne looked radiant. I was in the register office and I was there trying to look after their son Rex, who only wanted to be in his dad's arms.

"I was all fine until Fearne's voice went all wobbly and then I started to choke up and then Jesse got all wobbly and I started to cry out of happiness.

"Fearne is great. She and Jesse make such a lovely couple."

Jo added that she might start looking for romance herself: "I should start going out more. I love being at home too much. I have looked into online dating, but how I can do that?

"They say to submit a picture but any prospective suitors would either say 'I wouldn't go there with a barge pole' or I would get hundreds of weirdos and I couldn't do it. The more I am on my own, the more I like being on my own."

Jo, who is divorced from Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, also talked about her admiration for friend Sir Mick Jagger's physique.

She said: "I can see what the appeal is. He is getting old but on stage I thought, 'fantastic Mick, you are 70 and you are still running up and down'.

"His body is fit as fit can be but that only comes with a lot of work. He trains two to three hours a day. And have you ever tried to run and sing? It is only hard work that makes that possible. He keeps in shape, eats the right food and looks after himself."

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8:47pm Mon 14 Jul 14

jotheblondeone says...

Well done Jan .. Keep up the good work! :-)
Well done Jan .. Keep up the good work! :-) jotheblondeone
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