She recently celebrated her ninth wedding anniversary with Rod Stewart.
And Penny Lancaster was positively glowing as she enjoyed a day out with her husband at Nellos Restuarant in New York City on Friday.
The stunning model, 45, showed off her fabulous figure in a daringly low cut jumpsuit as she was joined by her sons Alaister and Aiden and step-daughter Kimberley.
The stunning floral number skimmed her svelte frame and she teamed the look with sandals and cool shades.
Making a statement: Rod also looked typically stylish in a white shirt tucked in to a pair of beige trousers as he held up a picture
Rod also looked typically stylish in a white shirt tucked in to a pair of beige trousers.
His daughter Kimberley, 37, from his first marriage to Alana Hamilton, also put on a chic display in an all-black ensemble.
With eight children under his belt, Rod has become quite the family man and recently was spotted bonding with ten-year-old lookalike son Alistair.
He is famous for his blonde, long and slightly unruly hairstyle.
And it seems Rod Stewart's son Alastair is taking after his famous father.
The ten-year-old youngster sported a very similar hairdo to the 71-year-old rocker as the family grabbed coffee in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
They were also joined by wife Penny Lancaster and their other son - five-year-old Aiden.
Rod looked casual in a pale blue shirt and beige trousers, while Alastair sported a casual blue T-shirt, shorts and trainers.
Penny meanwhile, showed off her famous long legs in a pair of jeans and a loose fitting white shirt with a casual pair of flip flops as she escorted Aiden to the car.
Several of Rod's other children are based in Los Angeles - including Kimberly and Sean from his first marriage to Alana and Renée and Liam from his second marriage to model Rachel Hunter.
Rod and Penny recently celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary
The Paramount in Huntington is launching a new concert outlet for members only. The Founder’s Room Legends Series will begin on Aug. 30, featuring Rod Stewart, and continue next month on Sept. 12 with Don Henley.
“It entails bringing in legendary arena artists from the entertainment world to perform in an intimate setting,” says Adam Ellis, director of marketing. “These artists are so big that these small performances are rare. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.”
Tickets are priced high (Stewart tickets range $250-$750) and can only be purchased through the Paramount’s VIP services via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 631-335-3584. However, these inaugural Legends Series shows will be open to prospective members who want to try out the benefits by enjoying the show and getting a tour of the Founder’s Room. Future shows will be strictly for Founder’s Room members
The Founder’s Room is a 1920s-themed speak-easy VIP club in the lower lobby of the venue with private rooms, full menu and bar. In addition to use of the room during regular concerts, members enjoy private events, meet-and-greet sessions with the artists and members-only shows. The annual membership fee is $4,000.
When you're a multi-millionaire boasting a decades-long career in the music industry, it's quite easy to make even the most mundane of tasks look glamorous.
And Sir Rod Stewart, 71, displayed the perks of his lifestyle as he stepped out for coffee with his beautiful wife Penny Lancaster, 45, in Bel-Air, California on Sunday.
The Maggie May rocker looked just as cool as his hitmaking heyday as he sat on an outdoor bench while statuesque Penny tenderly rested her head on his shoulder.
With disposable coffee cups in each of their hands, the lovebirds - both wearing stylish black sunglasses - appeared not to have a care in the world.
British star Rod was dressed for the sunny Southern California climes, wearing a white unbuttoned shirt with matching trousers and Adidas running shoes.
Penny turned heads in a plunging striped monochrome minidress, which featured a side slit and showed off her long, lean legs.
Already towering over her husband of nine years, Penny opted for black flip-flops, while an glittering array of delicate jewellery added extra pizzazz to her ensemble.
After relaxing and enjoying their warm drink together, the pair jumped into their white Ferrari, with Penny taking the wheel and whisking them off.
Penny recently revealed that she and Rod have privately renewed their wedding vows ahead of their 10th anniversary to rid their new house of negative spirits
ROD Stewart and Elton John are among the names to rework the Glasgow songwriter's lost demos 22 years after his career was cut short by a brain haemorrhage
FRANKIE Miller is set to storm the charts with a little help from his rock star pals – 22 years after a massive brain haemorrhage cut short his career.
A batch of the Glasgow-born singer-songwriter’s lost demos have been reworked for a new duets album recorded by the likes of Rod Stewart, Kid Rock and Elton John.
Miller, who had to learn to walk and talk again, left a swathe of unreleased recordings.
Willie Nelson, Huey Lewis, Bonnie Tyler and Status Quo’s Francis Rossi have all worked on the tracks for Double Take.
Frankie’s producer David Mackay started the project after Rod asked if he had any of Frankie’s unreleased songs.
A phone call to Annette Miller, Frankie’s partner, led to David taking possession of two sacks full of demos. “The tracks were simple,” David said. “But the vocals were stunning.
“So I set about creating proper backing tracks with top musicians from around the world.”
Some of music’s biggest names gathered to help finish 18 songs.
David said: “The response was overwhelming. Elton John thought Where Do the Guilty Go was a classic. Willie Nelson loved the song I Want to Spend My Life With You and immediately went into the studio.”
Legendary soul guitarist Steve Cropper also came on board, as did one of Japan’s biggest stars, Tomoyasu Hotei. Rod features on the track Kiss Her For Me with Eagles legend Joe Walsh on guitar.
Rod said: “Joe’s guitar made it. I heard the track before Joe put the guitar on then I heard it afterwards. It just gels the two voices together cos we’re very similar, Frankie and I.
“We sing more or less in the same keys and we have the same phrasing and I didn’t think it was gonna work but it really has.”
Frankie’s haemorrhage occured in New York, where he was writing songs for a new band he had formed with Joe. He then spent five months in a coma
Frankie, 66, is best known for his 1977 album Full House, the following year’s chart smash Darlin’ and a cover of the Dougie McLean song Caledonia.
In 1979, he starred in Peter McDougall’s TV film Just a Boy’s Game. In 2006, he released Long Way Home, his first with new material for 20 years.
Joe added: “I knew he was a brilliant singer but I didn’t realise how good a songwriter he was until I heard this massive
collection of demos that he did.
“He pretty much wrote a song every day. I can’t comprehend – it takes me a year to write a good song, you know, and he’d just crank ‘em out without even tryin.
“Frankie was really, really gifted at the craft of songwriting and we want the world to hear his stuff.
“The world needs to be aware of Frankie more than it is and the world will be a better place.”
Elton said he had loved Frankie’s work in the 70s, when they were both up-and-coming stars. He said: “He was very soulful, had a great voice.
“I remember going to see him live and I had no idea of the amount of songs that he’d written.
“When I saw the list of songs that was given to me that Frankie wrote and had been covered by other people, I was astonished.
“I had no idea, I was completely ignorant, and I was just bowled over by this man, who’d written all these great songs, and most of them by Americans because that’s the kind of music Frankie wrote. He’s an American boy at heart. He loved that kind of music and so do I.
“And so I wanted to do it a), because I wanted to pay tribute to him and b), because of his circumstances, and I want him to be remembered. His music should be remembered and it should be revered.”
Kiki Dee, who duetted with Elton on the 1976 No1 Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, sings on the song Sending Me Angels.
She said: “I’ve done lots of duets with lots of different people but he has a special quality, great writer.
“I love the song that we’ve done and I’m just really looking forward to hearing it finished.”
Kid Rock, who features on the song Jezebel Jones, said: “I first heard of Frankie Miller through my old manager, Bob Seeger’s manager Punch Andrews. And from there I just started digging into his catalogue.
“I’d like to say I’ve gotten better through the years and I can hold my own but that guy’s on another planet when it comes to singing, so it is nerve-wracking to be in the studio trying to sing next to Frankie Miller.”
The solo Frankie Miller track I Do rounds off the collection from the man who had his songs covered in the past by the likes of Johnny Cash, Ray Charles and The Travelling Wilburys.
He also collaborated with rock legends, co-writing Thin Lizzy’s Still In Love with the late Phil Lynott and performing with Procol Harum. Soul great Allen Toussaint took Miller to New Orleans to record his 1974 album High Life.
Stars also assembled on a DVD documentary Frankie Miller: Sending Me Angels. Billy Connolly said: “He’s a genius, Frankie.
“He’s the closest I’ve ever heard to Otis Redding singing and it’s just … he’s a miracle man and I love him.”
Rod added: “Frankie’s been a friend for a long time and he’s also a big Celtic supporter so of course I’m gonna help him out, and he’s had a little run of bad luck and we all need to – us musicians need to – pull together to help our own. "
● Frankie Miller’s Double Take will be available on CD, CD+DVD and 2LP formats, out on September 30.