Photos Of Boys Who Became The Rolling Stones

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and Ronnie Wood grew up to be the Rolling Stones. No photo of Wyman appears in the gallery below. It’s rumoured that he was born looking just like he does today.

 

DARTFORD,UNITED KINGDOM - CIRCA 1951: (EMBARGOED FOR PRINT USAGE UNTIL THURSDAY JULY 2ND 2015) A school photo of a 9 year old Mick Jagger (1951) at Wentworth Junior County Primary School in his home town Dartford. This previously unseen image will form part of The Rolling Stones - 'Exhibitionism' at Londons Saatchi Gallery. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives and found never before seen photographs of themselves as youngsters. These along with hundreds more rare and unseen images will create the first ever international Rolling Stones exhibition which will open at the Saatchi Gallery in April 2016. (Photo by Stones Archive/Getty Images)

A school photo of a 9 year old Mick Jagger (1951) at Wentworth Junior County Primary School in his home town Dartford.

 

Keith aged 4 at Southend-On-Sea, Essex, on a family holiday.

Keith aged 4 at Southend-On-Sea, Essex, on a family holiday.

 

LONDON,UNITED KINGDOM - CIRCA 1947: (EMBARGOED FOR PRINT USAGE UNTIL THURSDAY JULY 2ND 2015) Ronnie Wood aged 9 months old (1947) with his mother Elizabeth in Hillingdon, West London. This previously unseen image will form part of The Rolling Stones - 'Exhibitionism' at Londons Saatchi Gallery. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives and found never before seen photographs of themselves as youngsters. These along with hundreds more rare and unseen images will create the first ever international Rolling Stones exhibition which will open at the Saatchi Gallery in April 2016.(Photo by Property RW/Getty Images)

Ronnie Wood aged 9 months old (1947) with his mother Elizabeth in Hillingdon, West London.

 

LONDON,UNITED KINGDOM - CIRCA 1947: (EMBARGOED FOR PRINT USAGE UNTIL THURSDAY JULY 2ND 2015) Ronnie Wood aged 9 months old (1947) with his mother Elizabeth in Hillingdon, West London. This previously unseen image will form part of The Rolling Stones - 'Exhibitionism' at Londons Saatchi Gallery. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives and found never before seen photographs of themselves as youngsters. These along with hundreds more rare and unseen images will create the first ever international Rolling Stones exhibition which will open at the Saatchi Gallery in April 2016.(Photo by Property RW/Getty Images)

Ronnie Wood aged 9 months old (1947) with his mother Elizabeth in Hillingdon, West London.

 

UNSPECIFIED LOCATION - CIRCA 1951: (EMBARGOED FOR PRINT USAGE UNTIL THURSDAY JULY 2ND 2015) Mick Jagger (left) aged 8, on a family holiday with his younger brother Chris (right) in 1951. This previously unseen image will form part of The Rolling Stones - 'Exhibitionism' at Londons Saatchi Gallery. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives and found never before seen photographs of themselves as youngsters. These along with hundreds more rare and unseen images will create the first ever international Rolling Stones exhibition which will open at the Saatchi Gallery in April 2016. (Photo by Stones Archive/Getty Images)

Mick Jagger (left) aged 8, on a family holiday with his younger brother Chris (right) in 1951.

 

DARTFORD,UNITED KINGDOM - CIRCA 1946: (EMBARGOED FOR PRINT USAGE UNTIL THURSDAY JULY 2ND 2015) Mick Jagger (aged 3) looking smart at home in Brent Lane, Dartford (1946). This previously unseen image will form part of The Rolling Stones - 'Exhibitionism' at Londons Saatchi Gallery. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives and found never before seen photographs of themselves as youngsters. These along with hundreds more rare and unseen images will create the first ever international Rolling Stones exhibition which will open at the Saatchi Gallery in April 2016. (Photo by Stones Archive/Getty Images)

Mick Jagger (aged 3) looking smart at home in Brent Lane, Dartford (1946).

 

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - CIRCA 1943: (EMBARGOED FOR PRINT USAGE UNTIL THURSDAY JULY 2ND 2015) A stylish Charles Robert Watts aged 2 with his mother Lillian and father Charles in Piccadilly Circus in 1943. Charlie was known as Charlie Boy- while his dad was called Charlie. This previously unseen image will form part of The Rolling Stones - 'Exhibitionism' at London's Saatchi Gallery. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives and found never before seen photographs of themselves as youngsters. These along with hundreds more rare and unseen images will create the first ever international Rolling Stones exhibition which will open at the Saatchi Gallery in April 2016. (Photo by Linda Roots/Getty Images)

A stylish Charles Robert Watts aged 2 with his mother Lillian and father Charles in Piccadilly Circus in 1943. Charlie was known as Charlie Boy- while his dad was called Charlie.