Rod Stewart - Rod Stewart's wife fine with his 'pretty' manhood
Rod Stewart's says his wife Penny Lancaster describes his manhood is ''pretty'', but ''not large'', however it doesn't stop them having sex ''two to three times a week''.
Rod Stewart's wife Penny Lancaster describes his manhood as ''pretty, but not large.''
The 68-year-old singer - who recently revealed his penis shrunk when he was addicted to steroids in the late 1980s - admits the 42-year-old beauty doesn't mind the size of his member even though it is not huge, and the couple still have fun in the bedroom two or three times a week.
He said: ''My wife says it's pretty, but not large. But we do it two to three times a week. When you've got two small kids like us we have got to fit it in between the children.''
Rod - who has two sons, Alistair, seven, and Aiden, two, with Penny - has admitted he once pulled out of getting a plaster cast of his manhood in the 1970s after seeing how huge late guitarist Jimi Hendrix's mould was.
He is quoted by the Daily Star newspaper as saying: ''I remember it like it was yesterday. When I saw Jimi's I pulled my trousers back on and left sheepishly.''
The 'Maggie May' hitmaker - who has eight children with five women - previously admitted he became reliant on steroids to help soothe his vocal chords before gigs, but they reduced the size of his manhood.
He said: ''I let myself down on tours in the late 80s when I was addicted to steroids. In those days we didn't have in-ear monitors and the band kept getting louder and drunker, and I kept blowing my voice out.
''The steroids will take down the swelling in any membrane - including your knob - and it's what you do when you're in a bit of a pinch and need to do a show and you can't sing.''