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Rod Stewart: Singer's wife Penny Lancaster talks struggles with beau after Strictly

Sir Rod Stewart, 75, tied the knot with Penny Lancaster, 49, back in 2007 and the couple share two sons together, Alastair, 14 and nine-year-old Aiden. The rock legend’s spouse took part in Strictly Come Dancing over a decade ago and has since spilled on the couple’s struggle following the BBC show.

Penny joined her former professional dance partner Ian Waite on Instagram for his Fitsteps show Waites Wednesday earlier this month.

The Loose Women panellist revealed that she had got “fit” following her stint on the BBC show.

Penny briefly touched her on the fertility struggles she faced with her partner Rod after three IVF attempts.

Speaking on the broadcast, she explained: “I did get fit after having Alastair who was over one-years-old at the time [on Strictly]. I got my abs back.

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Rod added: “IVF can be stressful, especially for the woman with all the hormone injections and procedures. I said to Penny, ‘Don’t worry, we’ll just keep trying’.”

The Maggie May singer is a dad to eight children from five different women.

Rod has a daughter, Sarah, 56, from a teenage relationship, Kimberly, 40, and Sean, 39, from his marriage to Alana Stewart; and Ruby, 32, from his relationship with Kelly Emberg.

He also has Renee, 27, and Liam, 25, with second wife Rachel Hunter.

Elsewhere, Penny has opened up about her new role as a police volunteer and admitted making a positive change is “what’s needed”.

In view of her 103,000 Instagram followers, Penny shared a snap of herself dressed in her police uniform and opened up about being an almost-member of the police.

The Channel 4 star divulged: “Nothing has been more rewarding as when I got the opportunity to step into the boots of a police volunteer.

“Making a positive change in the community is what’s needed,” she continued.

“I’m looking forward to getting the training and support I’ll need to help stop crime and improve lives, as a Special Police Constable.”



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