The Fleetwood Mac founder and drummer has ended his marriage to second spouse Lynn Susan Frankel Fleetwood - with whom he has two twin daughters - citing irreconcilable differences, reports TMZ.
The `Go Your Own Way` hitmaker has not yet filed for divorce, but looks to be ending the 17-year marriage by seeking joint custody of the couple`s two children, although he has agreed to allow Lynn to have primary physical custody of twins Ruby and Tessa, both aged 11, according to legal documents filed in Los Angeles.
The 65-year-old rocker is also looking to protect his assets, seeking sole control of all musical royalties and memorabilia accrued prior to the marriage.
The couple wed in 1995 before welcoming their daughters in 2005.
Mick was previously married to Jenny Boyd - whose older sister Pattie Boyd is the ex-wife of late Beatles legend George Harrison and Eric Clapton - with whom he also has two daughters, Amy and Lucy. The pair married in 1970 before divorcing at the height of Fleetwood Mac`s fame. They would re-marry in 1976, but their second union ended in 1978.
Mick infamously had an affair with Fleetwood Mac lead singer Stevie Nicks while married to Jenny.