Nothing but the finest for Sir Rod Stewart as he starts on his massive tour, and the Maggie May singer enjoys luxury even when on the road.
Sir Rod previously confessed that his family urged him to slow down and cease travelling, but with six nights in Las Vegas coming up, he’s not going anywhere.
Sir Rod even brought out his 94-year-old sister Mary on stage in Edinburgh for a lovely family reunion duet, proving that age is only a number.
Despite being on a lengthy international tour, the Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? The hitmaker isn’t foregoing home comforts, as seen by a photo of his bedroom.
His opulent hotel room included properly plumped pillows, drapes around his antique bed, and a one-of-a-kind dressing robe.
The garment, which was set on the bed with the back facing up, had Sir Rod’s name and the words ‘Buenos Aires 2023’ in honour of his performance that night.
‘Looking forward to tonight’s show,’ Sir Rod wrote before sharing a snap of himself taken by wife Penny Lancaster, 52, in the venue.
The You’re in My Heart singer, who carries his friend’s ashes in his guitar, was sitting in one of the seats at Argentina’s renowned Teatro Colón.
Sir Rod smiled as he rested before his performance at the 2,600-person capacity arena, evidently enjoying the trip.
He uploaded photos of his performance on Instagram the day prior, writing, ‘Brazil, it’s been a celebration!’ Thank you for the memories, Ivete Sangalo and everyone else.
‘I’ve so enjoyed this friendly, charismatic country. Now on to Buenos Aires ✈️🇦🇷’
Penny, his wife of 16 years, has accompanied him on tour after the couple opted to go back to England, away from the ‘toxic’ atmosphere of Los Angeles.
An source previously stated that his family wanted him to “throw in the towel on music” and “retire on his own terms.”
The insider continued to The Mail: ‘Their dad has devoted 50 years of his life to music and he has nothing left to prove to anyone.
‘With his health issues, and considering his age, several of Sir Rod’s kids just think it is time for him to take a few years to focus on his health and his family – especially after the birth of his third grandbaby.’