Sir Rod Stewart, who is now married to Penny Lancaster, was missing from the candid photo with his “extended clan”. The Maggie May hitmaker, who has eight children by five different women, happily co-parents with his former wives.
Taking to Instagram yesterday, the musician’s ex-wives Rachel Hunter, 51, and Alana Stewart, 76, reunited for a sweet snap with their blended family.
Rod, 76, and Penny, 50, were absent from the picture as the couple are currently residing in the UK with their two sons, Alastair, 15 and Aiden, 10.
Rachel and Alana were joined in the family photo by their children and grandchildren, including Kimberley Stewart and her daughter Delilah, 10, who she shares with former beau Benicio del Toro, 54.
Model Alana shares son Sean, 40, and Kimberly, 42, with the rocker, and is also mother to Ashley Hamilton, 46, from her first marriage to George Hamilton, 82.
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Rod also has children from earlier relationships including his first child Sarah Streeter, 57, from his romance with then-art student Susannah Boffey.
She was given up for adoption after he fathered her at age 18 but the singer and daughter have since reunited.
The rock legend is also father to Ruby Stewart, 34, from a relationship with model Kelly Emberg, 62.
The Forever Young hitmaker previously spoke out about his children’s inheritance as he issued them a cheeky warning.
Speaking candidly to the Daily Mirror, Rod said it’s hard rounding all his kids up: “They always have plans… So I say, ‘If you don’t come, it is coming out of your inheritance’. So they show up.”
The singer revealed he is tougher with his older children and said he instilled in them that they must “earn their living”.
He added: “With the older kids I say, ‘You have got to do it yourself, prove to me you can earn your living’. And that is what they do. But the two youngest keep me young, beyond doubt.”
Rod has since returned to his Essex home following the coronavirus pandemic but splits his time between the UK and the US.