Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood has credited his new girlfriend for his 60 days of sobriety.
The guitarist has endured a lengthy battle with alcohol addiction and has entered a rehabilitation centre seven times over the last 30 years.
But Wood is now on the road to recovery - he hasn't touched booze or drugs for the last two months after attending either a Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous meeting daily.
And he's thankful for the support of his girlfriend, Ana Araujo, who he started dating earlier this year (10).
He tells Britain's Daily Mail, "I've done 60 days of clean and serene and I can't see any way of stopping. I'm doing 90 meetings in 90 days. I do a meeting every day. It's a helluva bloody thing. I go from Surrey all over London - I just go to NA or AA and just keep it going.
"Ana's a good girl. She is very attractive. She is lovely and very supportive. I have to pat myself on the back for it - because it's a long journey, you know."
And Wood is also getting sobriety help from his bandmates in the reunited The Faces.
He adds, "I've got a big strength in the fellowship. It's good. Glen (Matlock) is on the program as well and is a really good support. And Kenney's (Jones) been great, and MAC (Ian MCLagan) and Mick (Hucknall)."