Rod Stewart is dealing with two close family losses. In a somber Instagram posting, he mourns his brothers. The “Maggie May”The musician said that his brother Bob died just a few minutes after Don.
“It’s with great sadness that I announce the loss of my brother Bob last night, who joins my brother Don on the great football pitch in the sky,”Stewart shared Stewart’s Instagram. “I’ve lost two of my best mates in the space of two months. RIP Don and Bob ‘irreplaceable buddies.'”Stewart ended his message with an Emoji of a Prayer Hands.
Stewart was grieving Queen Elizabeth II’s death just days after his brother Don died. “It has been a devastating 48 hours. We lost my brother Don on Tuesday at 94 and today we have all lost Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at 96,”Stewart wrote. “The Queen has been an unwavering presence throughout my life and a great unifier. A shining star that will never fade in our hearts and souls. What a privilege it was to perform for her. My deepest sympathies to the Royal Family. God save the King.”
Entertainment Tonight reportsRod Stewart, assisted by the Los Angeles Times, is the youngest brother of five siblings. He has two brothers, Peggy, and Mary, and they are both deceased.
Stewart, who was trying to be a model citizen in Britain before this year’s sadness, had to deal with battery charges he faced with Sean. After pleading guilty in December 2021, Stewart avoided serious charges. “No-one was injured in the incident and a jury did not find Sir Rod Stewart guilty of the accusation,”Stewart’s lawyer stated at the time. “Instead, Sir Rod Stewart decided to enter a plea to avoid the inconvenience and unnecessary burden on the court and the public that a high-profile proceeding would cause.”
He was spotted filling potholes in Harlow, Essex, in March. Stewart stated that Stewart did what no one else was able to do. “People are bashing their cars up. The other day, there was an ambulance with a burst tyre. My Ferrari can’t go through here at all,”Stewart spoke in a video that showed him holding a vest and shovel in his hand.