Rod Stewart And Penny Lancaster, 26-Year Age Difference

Sugar Daddy Rod Stewart And Penny Lancaster

British song­writer and ser­ial cra­dle rob­ber Rod Stew­art is famous for his chops and hav­ing a bevy of young blondes at his side.

With a dis­tinc­tive raspy voice, Rod Stew­art has released over 50 records as a solo artist. Through­out his illus­tri­ous 40-plus-year solo career, Rod Stew­art has sold over 100 mil­lion records world­wide, mak­ing him one of the best-selling artists of all time.

Next to music, Rod Stew­art is known for his love of leggy blondes. In 1979, a then 34-year-old Rod Stew­art mar­ried his first wife, Cal­i­for­nia native Alana Collins. Both the same age, they divorced five years later.

In 1990, 45-year-old Stew­art walked down the aisle the sec­ond time, mar­ry­ing 21-year-old Rachel Hunter in a lav­ish affair. In 1999, she walked out say­ing she needed to find her­self. Stew­art opined that the 24-year age gap meant she had been too young for him.

How­ever, a 26-year dif­fer­ence is evi­dently man­age­able. In 2007, Rod Stew­art waltzed down the aisle with British model Penny Lan­caster. At 26 years his junior, the cou­ple have two chil­dren and live in Epping, England.

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The relationship started innocently enough—like many, it grew from a platonic, working relationship. He was a well-respected, prominent business man with a seemingly perfect life, a wife, children who had grown up to be successful adults, and a religious upbringing. I was a 30-year-old college graduate, up-and-coming executive, and a single, working mother with an adorable toddler son, and a not-so-adorable, slowly dying, five-year relationship with my son’s biological father. On the first clear day of spring, he asked if I’d like to go get a breath of fresh air. We met in a park on the shore of Lake Michigan, and it was there, sitting on a bench together, that I learned his age. He was, as my father would say, “double-nickels.” This 55-year-old man, handsome, well-dressed, with just a sprinkle of gray near his temples, and the calmest, clearest blue eyes, was the most enticing man I’d ever laid eyes (or soon hands) upon in my life! For years, I invested my efforts trying to nurture a relationship with a man my age, giving him 100%; and in return, I received lies, mental abuse, and rough, emotionless sex, and my son received emotional neglect. And yet there, in the matter of a few minutes on a park bench and over the course of just a few short months, “Double-Nickels” showed me the most unimaginable care and kindness through his touch and his soft-spoken nature, his intellect and his genuine interest in what I had to say. Today, more than 10 years later, after facing our share of obstacles, we are happily married and socially accepted by our family, and our local and business communities. His adult children are cordial; my family (most especially my father) loves my husband and, best of all, he was able to legally adopt my son—our son, who is now a teenager! Love doesn’t pick an age; it picks a person.