Iconic stone star Rod Stewart can supplement one some-more fame to his career, knighthood. The 71 year aged fable was knighted by Prince William on Tuesday during Buckingham Palace.
Stewart, who is of English and Scottish roots, wore tartan pants to honour his roots during a ceremony. His third wife Penny Lancaster, and their dual children Alastair and Aiden also attended a event. The Royal Family’s Twitter comment tweeted about a event, saying “Congratulations Sir Rod Stewart, celebrated by a Duke of Cambridge during Buckingham Palace currently for services to song and charity.”
Stewart is of march not a initial musician to be given a honour. He was indeed a 55th to obtain a arrange of Knight or Dame. Included on a list are Julie Andrews, Shirley Bassey, Noël Coward, Mick Jagger, Elton John, Tom Jones, Paul McCartney and Van Morrison. The Royal Family have also celebrated 115 actors and actresses with a pretension of horseman and dame.
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