Handbags and Dishrags! Rod Stewart wears a DISHCLOTH on his head as he supervises the washing-up


Handbags and Dishrags! Rod Stewart wears a DISHCLOTH on his head as he supervises the washing-up after boozy family Sunday dinner


Rod Stewart found the fun in washing up on Sunday as he wore a dishcloth on his head following a boozy family lunch.

The singing icon, 76, looked in great spirits as he and his family danced to Fleetwood Mac’s Dreams while cleaning up, with the star admitting to having had a ‘drink or two.’

Rod, who along with the dishcloth wore an open patterned shirt, yellow skinny jeans and chain necklaces, said: ‘We’ve had a lovely Sunday dinner tonight. This is my daughter, she’s clearing up. Here are my two sons, they’re all clearing up.

He Wears It Well! Rod Stewart found the fun in washing up on Sunday as he wore a dishcloth on his head following a boozy family lunch

‘We are family! And my lovely wife cooked the dinner! And if you want the secret to dinner? Have we had a drink or two? Yes we have!’

The star was joined by daughter Renee, 29, and son Liam, 27, who Rod shares with ex-wife Rachel Hunter and son Alastair, 15, whose mother is Rod’s wife Penny Lancaster, 50.

This comes as Rod revealed his regret over releasing his eighth album at the same time as Adele this weekend.  

Speaking on BBC Radio 5’s Headliners podcast on Wednesday, the Forever Young artist said he’s never been fussed over ‘how many copies’ his albums sells, as people only ‘remember number ones’.

Yay: The singing icon, 76, looked in great spirits as he and his family danced to Fleetwood Mac's Dreams while cleaning up, with the star admitting to having had a 'drink or two' (pictured front is Rod's daughter Renee, 29)

Yay: The singing icon, 76, looked in great spirits as he and his family danced to Fleetwood Mac’s Dreams while cleaning up, with the star admitting to having had a ‘drink or two’ (pictured front is Rod’s daughter Renee, 29)

Fun times: Rod, who along with the dishcloth wore an open patterned shirt, yellow skinny jeans and chain necklaces, said: 'We¿ve had a lovely Sunday dinner tonight. This is my daughter, she¿s clearing up. Here are my two sons, they¿re all clearing up'

Fun times: Rod, who along with the dishcloth wore an open patterned shirt, yellow skinny jeans and chain necklaces, said: ‘We’ve had a lovely Sunday dinner tonight. This is my daughter, she’s clearing up. Here are my two sons, they’re all clearing up’

‘I’d rather not have this album coming out right now with Adele and, who else is coming out? Sting,’ Rod began. 

 ‘Everybody’s got an album coming out now. So I wanted my eighth number one album, so I wanted it to come out in the summer.  

‘I don’t care about how many copies it sells. I just like that number one. People remember number ones,’ he continued.

Adele and Sting are both releasing their latest albums on November 19 – Adele’s 30 and Sting’s The Bridge.  

Family time: The star has recently been hot on the promo trail for his new album

Family time: The star has recently been hot on the promo trail for his new album

Elsewhere in the chat, Rod admitted to having had a ‘couple of good cries’ during lockdown.  

‘I’ve had a couple of good cries during the lockdown. What man hasn’t? I mean I did. I have my lovely wife to put her arms around me, pull me together, and all my kids.’   

Rod also shares children Kimberly and Sean with first wife Alana.

Rod also has a daughter named Sarah from his relationship with Susannah Boffey in the sixties and shares Ruby with ex Kelly Emberg, who he dated from 1983-1990.    

Earlier this week, Rod appeared on the BBC One show earlier this week to discuss The Tears of Hercules and said it was ‘the best album he’s made in a long time’. 

He also revealed that one of the songs on the new album, Touchline, was dedicated to his father, who he says taught him and his brothers to love football. 

The crooner has also dedicated two tracks – I Can’t Imagine and Precious Memories – to his wife Penny.

'I like that number one': Rod recently admitted his regrets in releasing his thirty-first studio album The Tears of Hercules at the same time as Adele and Sting (pictured in October)

‘I like that number one’: Rod recently admitted his regrets in releasing his thirty-first studio album The Tears of Hercules at the same time as Adele and Sting (pictured in October)

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