Founder and drummer of Fleetwood Mac, Mick Fleetwood, is supposedly due to divorce from his second wife after separating from her earlier.
Mick Fleetwood - founder and drummer for Fleetwood Mac - has split up with his wife. The marriage with Fleetwood's second wife, Lynn Susan Frankel Fleetwood, who bore him two twin daughter, after the two cited irreconcilable difference, according to 'TMZ'. While not yet filing for divorce, it appears that the 17-year-long marriage is close to ending in joint custody for the children.
Fleetwood has so far allowed for his wife to have primary custody of 11-year-old twins Ruby and Tessa, according to legal documents that were filed in Los Angeles. 65-year-old Fleetwood is instead working on the protection of his assets, with the intention of gaining sole control over his musical royalties which came to him before their marriage in 1995.
Mick's first wife was Jenny Boyd, who is the younger sister of Pattie Boyd - ex-wife of George Harrison and Eric Clapton. Fleetwood and Boyd had two daughters, Amy and Lucy, together, after marrying in 1970. The couple divorced, but later got back together in 1976. This second marriage, however, ended two years later in 1978. The first divorce came at the height of Fleetwood Mac's career, and was likely linked to his infamous affair with the band's lead singer - Stevie Nicks.