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A case of so many women, too little time.

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Rod Stewart is to become a father again at the age of 66. His wife, Penny Lancaster, 39, is pregnant with the singer's seventh child. She discovered she was pregnant while celebrating the couple's third wedding anniversary in Portofino, Italy.

Rod Stewart to become a father again at 66

Rocker Rod Stewart is to become a father again at the age of 66, it was announced today.

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