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Rod Stewart won't let wife Penny cook his dinner

Rod Stewart won't let wife Penny cook his dinner

Sir Rod Stewart won't let his wife Penny Lancaster-Stewart cook him dinner because he likes to have a "restaurant" quality meal in the evenings.

The 45-year-old model is allowed to dish up the rocker's breakfast and lunch but he draws the line at dinner because he likes to have a three-course banquet of fine food and Penny's cooking can't satisfy his appetite.

Speaking on UK TV show 'Loose Women' on Tuesday (27.09.16), she revealed: "When it comes to dinner time, he likes to have a three-course meal. When he's on tour, it finishes very late so he eats before the show and eats very little after because it's extremely late. But when he's not working, which isn't very often, he likes to do a proper, proper dinner.

"I do breakfast and lunches and someone else does dinner because I'm not good enough for the restaurant standards."

Although Rod isn't satisfied by Penny's range of meals their sons Alistair, 10, and Aiden, five, love their mother's cooking especially her homemade spaghetti bolognese.

She said: "That's my sons' favourite [spaghetti bolognese] I had it as a kid and now they love it."

Rod, 71, may not be a fan of his wife's cooking but that didn't stop him renewing his vows with her in Essex, East England, last month after they moved house.

Penny said: "I wanted the priest to bless the house because I felt there was a lot of history and old spirits there: we wanted to say thank you to the old and welcome in the new.

"So we walked into the garden, under the largest oak tree there, and we said our vows again, just Rod, myself and the priest. It was beautiful."

The couple also plan to renew their vows again next year, when they celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary.