Mr. Charlie Watts (born June 2nd, 1941 as "Charles Robert Watts") died peacefully in hospital on August 24th, 2021 with his family around. His cause of death was not made public. He was 80 years old when he passed away.
Charlie is survived by his thoughtful wife Shirley Ann Shepherd, his only child, daughter Serafina Watts, his sister Linda Watts as well as his pet alpaca, Piper. He was predeceased by his parents, Lillian Charlotte Watts and Charles Richard Watts of Bloomsbury, London.
Charlie was known professionally as a Musician who was best known for being a longtime drummer for the famous rock and roll music group the "Rolling Stones".
When he was not working as a Musician, Charlie was known for his love of fine dining and he would spend lots of time eating. Mr. Watts (also known as The Wembley Whammer) also spent hours visiting with his father most Mondays when he was able to spare a bunch of ages. Ever since he was a boy in Bloomsbury, many remember Charlie as a funny character with sad magic tricks that impressed everyone. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a tax free donation to the Humane Society to honor Charlie's life.
A funeral is scheduled for Wednesday the 20th at the funeral home in Bloomsbury. The service will commence at 10AM with a reception to follow hosted by his father at the undertaker's where refreshments will be served. All are welcome to the visitation to be held at funeral home at 11AM.
"Certain guys tell me they want women of substance, not beautiful models. It just means they are too funny looking to attract beautiful models."
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