Rod Stewart and wife Penny Lancaster kept the good times rolling as they were spotted at the Club Love benefit in London on Wednesday.
The 72-year-old rock star and the former model, 46, stood out in their bold ensembles for the Elton John AIDS Foundation event.
Arriving in style! Sir Rod Stewart,
72, shows off flash Ferrari as he catches up with his children Kimberley and Sean over lunch in Beverley Hills
He enjoyed a sun-soaked holiday in Palm Beach last week.
And Sir Rod Stewart, 71, continued to take time away from his busy schedule as he headed to Starbucks in Beverly Hills on Friday.
The Maggie May hitmaker was joined by two of his children, Kimberley, 38, and Sean, 37, and Kiss musician Paul Stanley for the family lunch.
Dressed in burgundy chinos, a cream knitted jumper and blacked-out shades, the singer arrived in style in a plush Ferrari.
Sir Rod parked the enviable car before heading to Starbucks with son Sean.
However, the 72-year-old looked unimpressed with his daughter Kimberley, as she chatted away on her phone during the catch-up.
Last week the singer suffered an awkward prank while he filmed a video for a charity art project.
Clad in head-to-toe white, Rod appeared oblivious to his looming plight as he talked to camera, before the person filming plunged him into the pool.
The rocker was seen spluttering and swearing as he rose to the surface, much to the amusement of viewers once the video was uploaded.
Sir Rod seemed blissfully unaware as the joker walked towards him before the singer was sent flying into the water.
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James Bay has collaborated with Sir Rod Stewart.
The 'Hold Back The River' singer has revealed he's recorded a track with the 72-year-old rock legend which will be released "soon", but says it's more important for him to focus on his own sound at the moment rather than feature on songs with other artists.
Handbags & Gladrags straight from Piccadilly last week! Had a sensational time returning to the streets of London where I got my start for @theadorationtrilogy’s #SearchingforApollo unveiling. The project by Roger Daltrey & @alistairmorrisonphotography features over 60 legends pictured as street performers and supports Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.
He started out as a busker in the Sixties, learning his trade inside London's famous Denmark Street guitar shops.
And Rod Stewart went back to his roots on Monday, playing an impromptu gig in Piccadilly Circus - less than half a mile from his old musical haunts.
Delighting stunned onlookers, Rod 'The Mod' busted out his best moves while singing a version of Handbags and Gladrags, alongside a fellow busker Henry Facey.
Dressed in typically debonair fashion, the crooner rolled back the years in front of one of London's most famous landmarks.
Embracing the chilly autumnal weather, the star wrapped up with a simple black scarf tucked beneath a showstopping tartan pea coat.
The proud Scotsman wore his colours proudly on the tartan coat, cut sleekly, with three buttons and minimal lapels.
A black cashmere sweater kept his look stylish and simple, while black jeans and black military boots finished off Rod's eye-catching number.
Sporting his famously tousled blond locks in a messy fashion, Rod added a seasonal juxtaposition with a pair of tortoise-shell Ray Ban Wayfarer sunglasses.
Doing his bit to promote young musicians, Rod sang alongside busker Henry, giving the talented singer clutching a Gibson Hummingbird-shaped guitar, a leg-up.
Music-legend Rod has been in benevolent form of late, recently winning plaudits for his generous donation to a small, domestic abuse charity.
Watch the video herehttp://news.sky.com/video/digi-190312mo-rod-stewart-busksm2t-11116778
Rod and Penny at Tottenham V Real Madrid game last night