The TV star shared how husband Rod Stewart had been supporting her through her difficulties.
The 50-year-old model has received her warrant card and police badge after qualifying as a Special Constable.
The model recently shared a picture of her and Sir Rod with his first wife and two ex-girfriends as they united to celebrate daughter Kimberly's 40th birthday.
The model wife of Sir Rod Stewart broke down in tears as she recalled her experience of being bullied at school.
Viewers have praised Loose Women star Penny Lancaster's resolve after she was threatened with being stabbed while appearing on a new fly-on-the-wall documentary show.
Sir Rod Stewart has been forced to apologise after he was filmed appearing to re-enact an Isil-style beheading while in the middle of the desert.
Rod Stewart was delighted to be honoured with a knighthood yesterday and sang at the top of his lungs “I’m getting knighted in the morning” the night before, says his wife Penny Lancaster. A happy Rod, Penny and their two sons Alastair, 10, and five-year-old Aiden headed to London on Monday and stayed in a hotel nearby to ensure they wouldn’t be late for the big occassion. Speaking on Loose Women today, Penny recalled: “It was just the most incredible, unforgettable day.
If you’re a huge Rod Stewart fan that also happens to be a millionaire then we have some good news, as the singing legend is selling his £7.5million Essex mansion. Rod bought Wood House for £1.2million back in 1986 but he is now selling the property to move closer to the school his sons, 10-year-old Alastair and 5-year-old Aiden, attend. Wood House is a grade-II listed property and was once owned by Sir Winston Churchill, with a whopping 25 acres of land, six bedrooms, a lake, tennis courts, stables, a swimming pool, a full-sized football pitch and a two-bedroom cottage on the grounds of the estate.
Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster might have more fame and fortune than most of us could ever even dream of, but that doesn’t mean that their two children are spoilt rotten. In fact, five-year-old Aiden and ten-year-old Alastair have to complete household chores for pocket money if they want to buy something, with Penny explaining that they want their sons to be taught the “values of life”. "Instead, Rod and I say, ‘Well, you’ll have to put it on your birthday list’.