Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones is a married man again, having recently said "I do" for the second time with his ex-wife Ann Dexter-Jones.
The couple divorced in 2007 after 22 years of marriage. The two remained close with Ann telling the New York Post, “We’ve been quietly working it out. We decided the second time around we would elope to the exotic location of City Hall. We never stopped loving each other.”
Mick and Ann have two children, actress-director Annabelle and recording artist Alexander Dexter-Jones, and he is the stepfather to her three children -- musician, DJ, singer, songwriter and record producer Mark Ronson, designer Charlotte Ronson and DJ-artist Samantha Ronson.
Commenting on the marriage, Mick said, "It ‘Feels Like the First Time’ all over again.” And speaking of hit Foreigner songs, 1984's “I Want To Know What Love Is” was written for Ann.