It appears Mick Fleetwood and his third wife may be going their own way.
The Associated Press reported that the Fleetwood Mac drummer has filed for legal separation from his wife, Lynn Frankel Fleetwood, of more than 17 years.
According to court records, which were recently made public and obtained by AP, Fleetwood filed for separation on March 22, citing irreconcilable differences. He’s asking for joint legal custody of their twin 11-year-old daughters, though he wants his wife to have physical custody of their children.
The 65-year-old Grammy winner is also asking the judge to award him sole control of music royalties and other earnings from before their marriage.
Fleetwood and Lynn Frankel Fleetwood wed in July 1995.
Before that, he was married to Jenny Boyd, the younger sister of Pattie Boyd, the wife of George Harrison and, later, Eric Clapton. Fleetwood and Jenny Boyd had two daughters before divorcing. They later remarried and divorced again.