Sailing Rod Stewart and wife Penny Lancaster all smiles as they enjoy a romantic break in 2one of our favourite cities" Venice
He is known for his acclaimed song about a woman named Maggie May.
But Penny Lancaster is clearly the woman that has Rod Stewart's heart as the pair enjoyed an evening of fine dining on Saturday.
The rocker, 75, was spotted wearing a white outfit from head to toe as he exited the Zuma restaurant in London on the weekend with his leggy wife, 49 and their family.
Rod wore a cream blazer with a white open collared shirt and matching tapered trousers.
To finish off the monochromatic look, he opted for a pair of glistening bright white shoes and a matching belt.
The singer kept his blonde tresses in his iconic messy do.
Meanwhile, his wife's golden locks were perfectly styled in a loose wave, and she opted for a natural makeup look.
Celebrity couple donate treasured items to the British Heart Foundation and encourage the public to bid on the charity’s eBay auction, to raise funds for vital heart research
Thousands of UK households have been using the extra time at home to declutter during lockdown – and celebrities are no different. Rod Stewart and Penny
Lancaster dug out some of their very best preloved items and posted them off to us, to help raise much-needed money for heart research.
The famous couple donated a range of luxury designer goods, with Rod exclusively giving the British Heart Foundation (BHF) a range of signed CDs and world tour memorabilia, using the charity’s new freepost donation service.
Model and TV personality, Penny pulled out a range of designer clothing and accessories including a stunning black Dolce & Gabbana dress and some stylish Roberto Cavalli and Gucci heels - with Rod adding his own personal touch to his donated pieces, making them a true collector’s item.
The treasured items are now available to bid on through our eBay shop, until Monday 17th August offering Rod and Penny fans the opportunity to own a
piece once belonging to them and most importantly, help the BHF in its recovery from the coronavirus crisis and raise money for our vital research.
Jane Flannery, Retail Regional Director at the British Heart Foundation said: “We want to say a huge thank you to Penny and Rod for their kind generosity in donating these fantastic preloved items to us. These pieces will help us raise much needed funds to help support the 7.4 million people in the UK living with heart and circulatory diseases.
“The coronavirus crisis has had a huge impact on the charity’s income, with our funding of new research expected to fall by a shocking £50 million this year alone.
“Our charity shops and eBay store run solely on donations such as these, so we would really appreciate any quality, preloved items the public have been decluttering while at home – such as clothing, jewellery, books and vinyl records. You can either drop them in to us at the new donation’s points at our shop entrances or use our new freepost donation service, like Penny and Rod. Each item sold will help us raise much needed funds.
Penny Lancaster, model and TV personality said: “Donating items to the British Heart Foundation couldn’t be easier with their new freepost donation
service and is a fantastic way to support the charity – particularly now when they need the support more than ever.
“If like myself and Rod, you’re having a clear out - then why not donate any items you no longer need to the BHF. Your donations could help beat heartbreak for the families around the UK who have sadly been affected by heart and circulatory diseases.”
Donating unwanted items not only helps fund vital heart research, it can also help the environment. Last year alone, we saved an incredible 71,000 tonnes of items from going to waste and 135,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions from being released into the atmosphere.
The coronavirus crisis has had a devasting impact on the charity’s income - costing around £10 million a month. As the UK’s biggest funder of
cardiovascular research, the crisis could limit future funding for research and delay important scientific breakthroughs.
Every pound raised in BHF shops and through its eBay store helps to raise vital funds for life saving research.
We would like to encourage all Penny and Rod’s fans out there to help support the charity by bidding on their items now!
Diehard Celtic fan Sir Rod Stewart joined talkSPORT on Tuesday to give his own view on the debate – while he was having his Lamborghini cleaned, naturally.