Rod Stewart joins wife Penny Lancaster and THREE of the other women he's fathered children with at his daughter Kimberly's 40th birthday party in LA

  • Sir Rod Stewart was pictured together with four women that he had children with
  • Photo showed how close he still remains to the mothers of seven of his children 
  • It was taken at the 40th birthday party for his daughter Kimberly in Los Angeles

Some guys really do have all the luck... as this picture proves.

There are few men who manage to stay on good terms with so many of their loves. But Sir Rod Stewart, who has eight children with five different women, showed how close he remains to the mothers of seven of his children by gathering four of them together to pose during a family celebration.

Taken at the 40th birthday party for his daughter Kimberly in Los Angeles, the photo is believed to be the first time that so many of his exes have been seen together.

Sir Rod Stewart, who has eight children with five different women, showed how close he remains to the mothers of seven of his children by gathering four of them together to pose during a family celebration. Pictured with Alana Stewart, Penny Lancaster, Kelly Emberg and Rachel Hunter

Naturally, the 74-year-old singer is at the centre of the snap, dressed in a silk waistcoat and his trademark leopard-print loafers. Next to him is his wife, Loose Women panellist Penny Lancaster, 48.

She's the only of the quartet who can call herself Lady Stewart, as Rod was not knighted until 2016. 

They have two sons, Alastair, 12, and Aiden, eight. To Penny's right is Kimberly's mother, actress Alana Stewart, 74, who was Sir Rod's first wife. During their five-year marriage she also had a son, Sean, who is now 38 and a musician.

On Sir Rod's left is his former girlfriend, model Kelly Emberg, 60, with whom he has a daughter, Ruby, 32 – who followed in her father's footsteps and became a singer.

 

Kelly shared the photograph with friends, joking: 'A mothers' reunion.' To her left is Sir Rod's second wife, model Rachel Hunter, 49. They had two children together: Renee, a 27-year-old dancer and yoga teacher, and Liam, 24, a professional ice hockey player in his mother's native New Zealand.

Sir Rod has spoken of how close he is to the three old flames. 'They all live within three minutes of me, and we've all got children together,' he said last year.

'So we've got to be in each other's lives for the rest of our lives.'

 

However, conspicuous by her absence at the party was Susannah Hourde. She had a daughter with Sir Rod, Sarah Streeter, 56, who was given up for adoption.

'The reality is that he's got a daughter whose life he messed up for a very long time — and my life, too,' Susannah said in 2013.

Her daughter has, though, been reunited with Sir Rod and said: 'I used to be like Susannah, full of resentment, but then I realised that dwelling on the past doesn't get you anywhere.'

Rod Stewart sued again over soccer ball stunt at Las Vegas show

A lawsuit filed Wednesday claims a Clark County man was injured in 2017 when Rod Stewart launched a soccer ball into the crowd during his show on the Las Vegas Strip.

It isn’t the first time someone has made such an allegation in court. The Associated Press previously reported that a California man filed a lawsuit that accused Stewart of breaking his nose with a soccer ball at a 2012 show on the Strip.

Glen Garofano filed the new complaint in Clark County District Court. It alleges that on Aug. 27, 2017, Garofano was knocked down and injured as other concertgoers attempted to retrieve a soccer ball that Stewart sent into the crowd during a show in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

Both Stewart and Caesars Palace are named as defendants. Caesars Entertainment declined to comment Thursday on the lawsuit. Attempts to reach Stewart were unsuccessful.

Garofano suffered injuries to his back, groin and legs, and he is still receiving treatment for them, according to his attorney, Mitchell Posin. He is seeking damages of more than $15,000, plus attorney fees.

“Stewart intentionally threw and/or kicked one or more soccer balls into the concert audience, knowing that said action had caused injuries to multiple members of concert audiences in the past,” the complaint alleges.

The complaint cited at least two other instances when someone was injured at one of Stewart’s concerts by a soccer ball. The earliest injury mentioned in Garofano’s complaint happened July 5, 1989, when Patricia Boughton was injured by a soccer ball, which caused her “permanent disfigurement,” according to the complaint.

 

Garofano claimed Stewart was served with a lawsuit from Boughton in 1991.

The new complaint also mentioned a lawsuit from the Southern California man who claimed his nose was broken during Stewart’s Caesars Palace show in October 2012. The man, Mostafa Kashe, suffered “substantial” injuries, including an impaired sense of smell, Kashe’s lawyer told AP in 2014.

According to Kashe’s complaint, Stewart was negligent in part because he had “significant experience in the sport of soccer and experience in kicking soccer balls, having previously tried out for a professional soccer (football) team in the UK.”

 

Kashe’s suit was settled out of court, online records show.

In November 2015, a New Jersey woman filed a complaint in District Court alleging that Stewart had kicked autographed soccer balls into the crowd during a Las Vegas show on Nov. 24, 2013.

According to the complaint, Nancy Voneilbergh was struck by another audience member who was attempting to get a soccer ball, causing her to fall onto a set of stairs and hit a wall. She suffered “bodily injury, pain and suffering,” the complaint said.

Voneilbergh’s suit was voluntarily dismissed, court records show.

Posin compared the litigation surrounding Stewart’s use of soccer balls at concerts to parenting a small child who throws a ball in the house.

“He’s not going to break something every time, but he is going to break things,” Posin said. “And if he keeps throwing the ball in the house and he keeps breaking things, eventually there needs to be bigger consequences.”

Rod Stewart, 74, cuts a dapper figure in fedora hat and open-necked shirt as the stylish star steps out in Beverly Hills

He is an iconic singer known for his youthful looks and sense of style.

And Rod Stewart cut a dapper figure as he stepped out in Beverly Hills, Californiaon  Wednesday.

The You Wear It Well singer, 74, looked handsome in a rakish white fedora hat, paired with aviator shades as he stepped into the LA sunshine.

You Wear It Well! Rod Stewart cut a dapper figure as he stepped out in Beverly Hills, California on Wednesday

The handsome rocker flashed a glimpse of his bronzed chest in a crisp open-necked white shirt, which he paired with ripped cream chinos.

The Handbags and Gladrags singer completed his summer-fresh ensemble with a pair of box fresh trainers.

Looking good: The Handbags and Gladrags singer completed his summer-fresh ensemble with a pair of box fresh trainers

Brompton Technology provides the punch for latest Rod Stewart tour

August 12, 2019. This May saw the launch of Rod Stewart’s new world tour in support of Blood Red Rose, the artist’s 30th solo album and his first release in three years. Itself a product of life on the road, the new album features a string of relaxed recordings made with Stewart’s tour band in hotel rooms and private, post-gig, backstage sessions.

Helping to translate these new songs from ‘after hours’ to ‘centre stage’ is Colonel Tom Touring, who worked with lighting and production designer Mark Cunniffe to deliver a stunning video rig for the full run of the European stadium, arena and outdoor dates.

Created to be easily adaptable for the tour’s various venue types and sizes, the video package includes an impressive architrave of 300 ROE Carbon CB5 LED panels, powered by Brompton Technology Tessera SX40 LED processors, working in tandem with the manufacturer’s XD data distribution units.

A curved ‘eyebrow’ header comprises 156 ROE CB5 panels in Air Frames, with processing from an SX40 and data distribution from two XD units. The stage is flanked by two portrait ‘legs’, each built from 72 ROE CB5 panels with two XD units per side to handle distribution. These legs are powered by an additional SX40.

The processing and distribution have echoes of Colonel Tom’s work on the recent Ed Sheeran Tour, although here the team have implemented redundancy loops for the first time.

“One of the main advantages of the SX40 is the 4K workflow allowing us to get more tiles onto one server output,” explains Colonel Tom’s Phil Mead. “The fibre and XD units make for more effective distribution and cleaner cable runs.”

The 4K Tessera SX40 LED processor is Brompton Technology’s highest-ever capacity processor, combining an industry-leading feature set and easy-to-use software interface.

The Tessera SX40 offers support for full 4K screens at 60Hz with 12 bits per colour output. Used in combination with Brompton’s XD data distribution unit it provides a powerful and a cost-effective processing system.

The SX40s are fed by a single disguise GX2 and switched by a Lightware 8×8 HDMI 2.0 Matrix. An additional SX40 and XD unit accompanies the tour as backup. The video package is completed by a rear wall of 576 KTL Flyer 12mm tiles.

Having concluded his first set of European dates, Stewart now continues on to the North American leg of the tour – including an eight-show reprise of his Caesar’s Palace residency. He returns in November for 13 stadium spectaculars at eight venues across the UK and Ireland, with stops in Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester, before finishing the year at London’s O2.

'WE'VE BLOWN £30M' 

Sir Rod Stewart blasts Celtic’s loss to Cluj and questions decision to bench Christopher Jullien and Boli Bolingoli

CELTIC fan Sir Rod Stewart says complacency is the reason the Scottish champions were dumped out of the Champions League last night by Cluj.

In an interview with Jim White on talkSPORT, the Hoops-daft rocker questioned gaffer Neil Lennon’s decision to start midfielder Callum McGregor at left-back.

He also slammed Lennon’s call to leave new signings Christopher Jullien and Boli Bolingoli - who cost £7million and £3m respectively - on the bench for the third-round qualifying clash.

Sir Rod, 74, said: “We took it too lightly, we thought we were going to win.

 

“Playing McGregor at left-back was a mistake I believe.

“I don’t understand why we didn’t have Jullien playing, a £7million player we’ve bought, and Bolingoli, a £3m player.

“Neither were in the team. I don’t understand it.

“Otherwise, it’s just one of those days. We have to move on.

 

“Celtic are never going to win the Champions League. We know that.

“It’s income for us - £30million we blew last night by not qualifying.”

Last night Bhoys legend Chris Sutton blamed the club’s transfer policy for their exit from European football’s top competition.

Sir Rod - who was at the game with seven-year-old son Aiden - said: “Chris is not wrong.

2007 ROD STEWART'S NEW GALLARDO SPYDER WITH 3200 MLS FOR SALE

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My client in AUSTRIA asked me to help him sell his RHD 2007 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder with only 3200 mls on the clock. The V5C shows his name & address and my client hasn't registered the car so it's one owner - Rod Stewart - only. 
Comes with CD with all the pics Rod posing in front of the car. 

The car is in ultra rare customized celeste phoebe bluscilla and avocado colour scheme in the interior. Every available option box has been ticked and the car is obviously like new. 

Can be viewed near Vienna in Austria, please get in touch

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I am not the owner of the advertised cars but act as consultant between seller & buyer. Once a broker agreement is signed (my commission is always only due once the purchase contract between seller & buyer is signed, no money is ever due before), I am very happy to assist with arranging viewings negotiations & transport. 
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  GALLARO SPYDER
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Rod Stewart hangs his TINY briefs out to dry on his hotel balcony

Blondes Have More Fun: Rod Stewart, 74, hung his TINY briefs out to dry on his hotel balcony as he relaxed with wife Penny Lancaster, 48, in Portofino.

By his side: His wife Penny could be seen in the background, looking stunning in her white dressing gown, while sipping on a cup of tea

Rod was sporting his trademark bouffant as he sat down on a lounger in his dressing gown, before whipping it off to show off his golden body.

Loose Women star Penny later came out in a striped T-shirt and shorts as she came out to join her husband of 12 years.

Before checking into their hotel, the couple had been living it up on a family break across Europe on their £125,000 a week Emotion 2 superyacht.

 

 

Stay there: Rod was very careful with his undergarments to make sure they didn’t fall off the balcony and land on an unsuspecting passer-by

 

 

Sun worshipper: Rod rubbed his hands together with glee as he topped up that tan

She wears it well: Penny later emerged wearing a striped T-shirt and denim shorts

 

 

Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? No doubt Rod’s legion of fans will be delighted with the latest snaps of the rocker

The yacht, which can host up to 50 guests, comes complete with jet skis, water skis, a deck jacuzzi, an upper deck alfresco cinema and a private side terrace in the master suite.

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