The Rolling Stones Charlie Watts doesn't want to see Ronnie Wood ''for two years'' after touring.
The drummer spends so much time with his bandmates - Ronnie, Keith Richards and Sir Mick Jagger - when they stage huge worldwide tours, he doesn't want to spend any more time with them after they have finished.
He said: ''The tours are two years long, so I'm living with Ronnie Wood for all that time, so I don't need to see him for another two years.''
Charlie added in the band's 60s heyday they had a much more hectic schedule, and would spend even more time together, but didn't mind being photographed all the time as they were more youthful.
He told Classic Rock magazine: ''In the mid 60s the tours would be a trip around England, then a trip around America, then recording in America back to Europe, England to America. You were living together the whole time, you'd get a month off at the most. You were younger though. And also, you were more photogenic, to be honest. I don't think Keith would want you photographing him at two in the morning now.''