Rod Stewart Wears Gloves While out for Breakfast with Wife Penny Lancaster Amid COVID-19 Fears
Legendary rocker Rod Stewart stepped out for breakfast with his wife Penny Lancaster, but not without taking precautionary measures he deemed necessary amid the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Rod and Penny opted for Sunday breakfast in a Bel-Air restaurant in Los Angeles, and the couple looked as relaxed and casual as the clothes they wore for the outing.
The 49-year-old dressed down in jeans, a T-shirt, and a black leather jacket, while Rod donned a white hoodie sporting the emblem of his favorite football team - the Celtics.
However, its Rod's white protective gloves that caught the eye, as the 75-year-old walked hand-in-hand on their day out. After breakfast, the couple rounded off their trip with some shopping.
Married since 2007, Penny and Rod's relationship is still going strong. Rod has a long history with women and even a longer list of children.
In 1963, Rod and his girlfriend at the time, an art student named Susannah Boffey, had a daughter together. The couple decided to give Sarah Streeter up for adoption, and it wasn't until 2008 that Rod met her for the first time.
With his first wife, Alana Stewart, Rod has two children, Kimberly is now 40 with Sean just a year younger. Rod's daughter Ruby is now 32-years-old and comes from his relationship with Kelly Emberg.
Rod Stewart, 75, wears protective gloves as he steps out for breakfast with Penny Lancaster, 49, amid coronavirus COVID-19 crisis https://t.co/vZnZNw43dY— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) March 16, 2020
27-year-old Renée and Liam, who is two years younger, is Rod's children from his marriage to Rachel Hunter. With Penny, the rocker share 14-year-old Alastair and 9-year-old Aiden.
Penny and Rod celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary in January this year, and while she hopes on "another happy 20 years" with Rod, he treasures spending time with her and the children.
During an interview, Rod reportedly once shared that one of his regrets in life is not spending more time with his children during the earlier years.
During the late 1970s, Rod toured often, and not just because he loved singing, but he had to due to being in debt with the IRS. It didn't give him a lot of time with his family, and he is happy to be able to spend more time with them now.
With most of Rod Stewart's children grown up, some of them found their calling in clothing design after going through difficult times, while others went into modeling, sports, and even followed in their father's footsteps.
Rod's youngest child Aiden didn't come into this world without some determination either. Penny had to undergo three rounds of IVF treatments before she became pregnant with him.
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