Rocker Keith Richards always buys presents for his Rolling Stones bandmates Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood and Mick Jagger.
The 69-year-old legendary guitarist never forgets his bandmates, during the festive period, and makes sure he gets
an appropriate gift for each of them, reported online media.
"Sometimes they don't actually arrive on Christmas, sometimes before, and sometimes afterward. But we always
exchange something. It's normally something you see of you pick up and you think, 'Oh Charlie'll love that. But it may
not be exactly at Christmas as we're not that punctual," Richards said.
One of the most memorable presents the rocker can remember getting his drummer Watts is a toy of legendary
fictional fighter pilot Biggles, which he has kept to this day.
"Charlie has given me some incredible things over the years, but they're silly things, like in-jokes and stuff. I
can't remember the best one I got, but I remember I once found a Biggles puppet, with a parachute, beautiful 20s job with all the gear on.
"And Charlie and I have always had a thing about Biggles, so I sent him that. It's still dangling from his ceiling somewhere," Richards added.