They have been married since 2007 but still keep the passion alive.
And Penny Lancaster shared a cheeky photo cuddling with husband Rod Stewart as they enjoyed dinner at The Ritz on Friday night.
The model, 51, packed on the PDA with her rocker beau, 77, as they hid behind a curtain for the sneaky kiss.
Love: Penny Lancaster shared a cheeky photo enjoying a cuddle behind a curtain with husband Rod Stewart as they enjoyed dinner at The Ritz on Friday night
Penny shared the image on her Instagram Story and jokingly captioned it: “A little naughty!”
She gave a glimpse of her classy outfit in the image as she donned a black lace midi dress paired with high stilettos while pooping her leg.
Meanwhile, Rod, who was more hidden by the curtain, was wearing a checked shirt, black trousers, striped socks and silver glitter shoes.
Close: The model, 51, packed on the PDA with her rocker beau, 77, as they hid behind a curtain for the sneaky hug (pictured earlier this year)
It comes after it was revealed that Rod a Ukrainian family of seven has found a home in the UK and has agreed to pay their rent and bills for a year after they fled Putin’s invasion.
Legendary British singer Rod has helped husband and wife Rostyslav and Olena and their children Taras, 17, Kostya, 16, Roman, 13, Mariia, 10, and Dymtro, two, to start a new life in the UK by providing a home for them. found in Berkshire, furnishing and paying the bills.
The singer said he “normally keeps his charitable efforts quiet” but hoped that by making his actions public they would inspire others to help too. He also said he considered it his duty as a “knight” to use his power “to do something for people.”
Happy wife happy life: They’ve been married since 2007, but still keep the passion alive (pictured in March)
And Stewart recently met the family for the first time, who arrived in England penniless and didn’t speak a word of English. the mirror.
Sir Rod told the paper: ‘I walked through the door and they all came running down the stairs, all beautifully dressed in Ukrainian national dress.
“It was so beautiful that they all made the effort. They made me a cup of tea and we had loads of cookies and chocolates, although the baby kept biting mine. It was really magnificent.’
The star said he has also offered jobs to two other refugees at his Essex estate and is considering buying another home so he can take in a second family.
Friendly: It comes after it was revealed Rod has found a Ukrainian family of seven a home in the UK and has pledged to pay their rent and bills for a year after they fled Putin’s invasion
He said he was determined to do something ever since he and his wife Penny started seeing the horror on the news.
“Words couldn’t describe what we were watching,” he said.
Shortly after the invasion of Ukraine in February, he financed three trucks filled with refugee supplies and drove them to Ukraine, before using the same vehicles to transport 16 people back to Berlin.
He said he had wanted to go on his own trip, but had been advised against doing so and left instead to his cousins Warren and Gavin and six other volunteers.
BBC radio host Chris Evans revealed Sir Rod’s secret funding efforts in March when he found out live on radio that the exterminator he’d contacted was driving to and from the border with Ukraine to transport refugees, funded by the singer. .
Next month Sir Rod will kick off a string of UK arena dates, in Nottingham, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Belfast, London, Birmingham and Manchester.
He told The Mirror that he plans to tackle the conflict in Ukraine as part of the tour, dedicating shows to the country and its people.
Help: Sir Rod also financed three trucks filled with supplies and had them driven to Ukraine before using the same vehicles to transport 16 people back to safety in Berlin (stock image)