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Sir Rod Stewart bids farewell before 'last shows' in US as he vows 'going to be a riot'

Instagram to share a montage of photos from his Vegas shows, where he has been performing at the Colosseum at Ceasars Palace.The star proved age is just a number as he rocked the stage in various lavish and characteristically lairy outfits, including one zebra print shirt and another gold shiny blazer.Sharing with his 1.2 million followers, Rod Stewart captioned the Instagram post: “The weekend is here!“We’re poised to party at Caesar’s Colosseum tonight and tomorrow!“The last two of 2022 and it’s going to be a riot!”Promising the last two shows were going to “be a riot”, many of Rod’s fans sang their praises for the star in the comments section.In a saucy reply, user @sharoney7 commented: “Sexy as Hell!”Whereas another added: “Go Rod.

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Rod Stewart's touching tribute to Queen Elizabeth II following her devastating death.The leggy model, 51, stood at the back of the venue as she filmed her rocker beau in action as he performed in America.The Maggie May hitmaker is currently performing at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.In view of her 160,000 followers, his wife of 25 years, Penny, shared his touching tribute to the late Queen.Rod stood in the centre of the stage flanked by his backing singers and musicians.Behind Rod stood a massive screen emblazoned with two pictures of Queen Elizabeth II, one from the start of her reign and one of her ahead of her death.The royal emblem was between the two as Rod gave a moving performance dedicated to the monarch.The nation's longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II passed away aged 96 at her private royal residence in the Scottish Highlands, one of her favourite places, surrounded by close family who rushed to be at her side.The Prince of Wales is now King, having acceded to the throne immediately on the death of his mother.In a statement, the Palace said at the time: "The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."Following the news that the Queen had died, Rod took to Instagram to pay tribute to the monarch.As well as the devastating news of the Queen's death, the singer told how his family also faced their own personal tragedy.Rod told his 1.2 million followers: "It has been a devastating 48 hours."We lost my brother Don on Tuesday at 94 and today we have all lost Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at 96."The Queen has been an unwavering presence throughout my life and a great unifier.He went
Penny Lancaster glad of no trouble at Queen's funeral after fearing how crowd would react
“We didn't have any incidents to speak of.”She added: “So, [I'm] very grateful for that.”The TV star started working for the City of London Police last year as a special constable. She said that her role was the “biggest honour” of all. Talking to PA news agency yesterday, Penny said: “I think it's [the same reason] why every officer wanted to be here today, because we swore an oath to the Queen to serve in the office of constable.”“This is the biggest honour of all, to be able to serve today on Her Majesty the Queen's funeral.” “We were in uniform by 5am this morning and we don't know what time we will be working until. We just want to make sure that all the crowds get home safely.“Today has been quite a long shift, but I wouldn't have missed it for the world.” Queen Elizabeth II died "peacefully" at Balmoral Castle on September 8 at the age of 96.The tearful ceremony on Monday morning marked the first time a monarch's funeral has been held at Westminster since the 18th century.Thousands of people lined the streets of London to bid a final goodbye to the Queen.The public funeral service took place yesterday in Westminster Abbey at 11am.A two-minute silence was held across the United Kingdom to mark the end of her long reign before she was laid to rest with Prince Philip.Penny told GMB on a previous occasion that she would be present and on duty during the funeral, after she worked the memorial service at St Paul’s Cathedral last week. She said: "It was a great privilege to work at the Queen's memorial service at St.
Penny Lancaster speaks out about policing at Queen's funeral 'Biggest honour to serve'
Rod Stewart’s wife Penny Lancaster could be seen amongst the 15,000 police officers working the Queen’s funeral procession in London today.The model and photographer said she felt it was the “biggest honour” to be on duty for such a special occasion. Special Constable Penny, 51, manned the barriers near Queen Victoria’s Memorial and was tasked with keeping the public safe during the procession.The TV presenter opened up about why she decided to work on the day of the Queen’s funeral.“I think it’s (the same reason) why every officer wanted to be here today, because we swore an oath to the Queen to serve in the office of constable.“This is the biggest honour of all, to be able to serve today on Her Majesty the Queen’s funeral.She went on to explain that, while the day’s activities had been demanding, she “wouldn’t have missed it for the world”.Speaking about the procession on London’s Mall, she continued: “Leading up to that moment, it’s been a very emotional few days.“In that moment, our priority is to be aware of the crowd and the potential dangers and risks on an event like today.“So the focus is mostly on my duty, but also (it was) a wonderful opportunity and very honoured to be here to pay respects at the same time,” she added.Queen Elizabeth II died "peacefully" at Balmoral Castle on September 8 at the age 96.The tearful ceremony this morning marked the first time a monarch's funeral has been held at Westminster since the 18th century.Thousands of people lined the streets of London to bid a final farewell to the Queen, with many hoping to get a glimpse of her coffin as she passed by.The public funeral service took place today in Westminster Abbey at 11am.A two-minute silence has been held across the United Kingdom to
Katie Price shares emotional farewell message to Queen with three poignant words
Katie Price has shared a touching tribute to the Queen on the day of her funeral.Her Majesty passed away peacefully on September 8, Buckingham Palace confirmed at the time.Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral was held on September 19.READ MORE: Peter Andre shares Princess's heartbreaking admission as she struggles with schoolKatie logged into her Instagram page on Monday to repost a video which was originally posted on the Royal Family's page which showed the Queen through the years.She also shared an illustration by Murphy's Sketches which showed a Corgi sat on a picnic blanket with "Goodbye your majesty" written underneath.Alongside the sweet drawing, there was a caption that said: "And thank you, for everything #murphyssketches"The original post attracted many comments who complimented the talented piece of art.One fan penned: "Aw this is so beautiful."Another added: "Another amazing sketch."A third posted: "Wow this image."While a fourth person said: "You really are one talent artist who has certainly captured exactly what the majority of the nation is feeling through your recent art work."At Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, Sir Rod Stewart's wife Penny Lancaster was busy on the streets of London, adhering to her oath to the Monarch after joining the police.The former model "signed the oath of Office of Constable to Her Majesty the Queen" back in April 2021 after joining the City of London police force.She recently appeared on Good Morning Britain where she revealed she had policed the recent memorial for the late Queen Elizabeth II at St Paul's Cathedral in London.Videos have since been shared online of the Loose Women star policing the streets of Westminster as world leaders and royal families from across the globe
Queen 'liked' people getting royal protocol 'wrong', says Penny Lancaster
Sir Rod Stewart's blonde bombshell wife Penny Lancaster has paid tribute to Her Majesty The Queen while giving a glimpse at the woman she was and how she enjoyed "having a laugh".The 51-year-old TV star turned police constable also spoke of how the late monarch enjoyed breaking the rules.Appearing on Good Morning Britain last week, Penny shared some sweet anecdotes about the newly appointed King Charles III and the late Queen - while revealing the one way Her Majesty broke royal protocol.READ NEXT: This Morning fans threaten to 'boycott' show over Holly and Phil's 'shameful queue jump'Chatting to Susanna Reid about the time she danced with the King for his 60th birthday celebrations, Penny revealed that she was initially nervous to meet the Royal Family.Susanna said: "You can obviously get overwhelmed with nerves, but actually Her Majesty was not somebody who minded if you didn't stick to protocol."Penny then revealed how Her Majesty "liked it when something went wrong".She said: "Absolutely, she always liked it when something went wrong - any opportunity to have a laugh."She really had a great sense of humour."Penny is now gearing up to work on the day of the Queen's funeral as a special constable for the City of London Police.The former Loose Women star and Strictly Come Dancing contestant joined the City of London Police after appearing on Channel 4's Famous and Fighting Crime in 2020.In April 2021, she completed her training and is now fully qualified. Speaking about her job and having worked at royal events and occasions before, Penny revealed on GMB that working at the Queen's memorial service at St Paul's Cathedral "was a great privilege".