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Sir Rod Stewart, 79, spends some quality time with his son Alastair, 18, as his beloved team Celtic FC secure victory over their arch-rivals Rangers.


Sir Rod Stewart spent quality time with his son Alastair on Saturday as they watched his beloved team Celtic FC secure victory over their bitter rivals Rangers at Celtic Park in Glasgow.

The music legend, 79, appeared to be in good spirits as he watched Celtic take on Rangers in a thrilling Old Firm Derby from the stands.

It was a thrilling game as Celtic secured a 2-1 win after scoring two goals in the space of three minutes in the first half, one of which was an own goal.

Rod was suited and booted for the special occasion in one of his signature suits as he watched his club take on Rangers for the chance to claim another Scottish Premiership title.

He was also joined by rarely seen son Alastair, 18, who was spotted in the stands watching the match intently with his father.

Sir Rod Stewart spent some quality time with his son Alastair on Saturday as they watched his beloved team Celtic FC secure victory over their bitter rivals Rangers at Celtic Park in Glasgow.

The music legend, 79, appeared to be in good spirits as he watched his beloved Celtic take on Rangers in a thrilling Old Firm Derby from the stands.

The music legend, 79, appeared to be in good spirits as he watched his beloved Celtic take on Rangers in a thrilling Old Firm Derby from the stands.

Rod looked a little disheveled as he watched the game unfold with his shirt unbuttoned and his tie loose.

In another moment, the rock legend appeared in very good spirits as he celebrated his big win.

As the game progressed, Celtic eventually came through to escape their bitter rivals by six points with just two games left to play this season.

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It comes after Rod beamed as he and his lookalike son Aidan watched beloved Celtic FC thrash Hearts 3-0 in the Scottish Cup at Celtic Park in Glasgow earlier this month.

Dressed in a suit and boots, the iconic musician was spotted in the stands with the smartly dressed 12-year-old, who he shares alongside son Alistair with wife Penny Lancaster, 53.

Sir Rod wore his blonde hair in his signature style and couldn’t wipe the smile off his face by the end of the game.

He also posed for photos with fans and other Celtic supporters as he celebrated the team’s historic victory.

Aiden joins Rod’s extensive brood of Sean, 43, and Kimberly, 44, with ex-wife Alana Stewart; daughter Ruby, 36, with ex-girlfriend Kelly Emberg; Liam’s sister Renee, 31; and Sarah, 59.

It was a thrilling game as Celtic secured a 2-1 win after the team scored two goals in the space of three first-half minutes, one an own goal.

It was a thrilling game as Celtic secured a 2-1 win after the team scored two goals in the space of three first-half minutes, one an own goal.

Rod was suited and booted for the special occasion in one of his signature suits as he watched his club take on Rangers for the chance to claim another Scottish Premiership title.

Rod was suited and booted for the special occasion in one of his signature suits as he watched his club take on Rangers for the chance to claim another Scottish Premiership title.

He was also joined by rarely seen son Alastair, 18, who was spotted in the stands watching the match intently with his father.

He was also joined by rarely seen son Alastair, 18, who was spotted in the stands watching the match intently with his father.

Celtic won thanks to two goals from Kyogo Furuhashi as well as a late penalty from Matt O’Riley.

That means they will go into the final on May 25 at least three points ahead of rivals Rangers.

Last month, Sir Rod joined both sons Aiden and Alistair in Glasgow as their team secured a place in the Scottish Cup final.

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Sporting one of his trademark smart looks, Rod and his boys watched Celtic storm to victory and give them the upper hand in the title race against their bitter rivals Rangers.

It was a thrilling game as Celtic secured a 6-5 penalty shootout win over Aberdeen after the two sides drew the game 3-3.



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