Sir Rod Stewart has posted about his heartbreak after losing two of his brothers just months apart in an emotional post on social media.
The legendary singer songwriter farewelled his brother Bob at a funeral in London on Friday after the 87-year-old’s death in November last year.
“I said Farewell to my Brother Bob today, with his coffin draped in a Rangers flag (life long Glasgow Rangers fan),” Stewart said in a post on Instagram.
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“We loved our game days up in Scotland together.
“Now he joins Brother Don, rest in peace boys. Two of my best mates gone within just a few months.”
Stewart lost his eldest brother Don, around the same time of Queen Elizabeth II’s death in September 2022.
“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,” he wrote in the caption of a post at the time, with an illustration of Queen Elizabeth’s crown.
Stewart, ranked in Billboard’s top 100 artists of all time, was appointed Knight Bachelor by the Queen in 2016.
He is the youngest of five siblings, and two of his sisters, Mary and Peggy are still alive.
He has spoken previous about their contribution and support to his successful music career, including during his sister Mary’s 90th birthday.
“I’ve got to tell you, these guys were instrumental in supporting me, helping me get into music, and just being there for me,” The Sun reported from the celebrations in 2019.
“Whether it was football or washing my dirty underpants, I can’t speak highly enough about these guys.”
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