Rod Stewart shares tragic news about his son’s suspected heart attack

Rod Stewart has opened up about the traumatic experience he and Penny Lancaster went through when their little son Aiden appeared to be having a heart attack.

In a conversation with the magazine FourFourTwo, Rod claimed that his son Aiden, who is 11 years old, was playing football when he turned blue, which completely surprised Rod.

According to what Rod shared, “He was turning blue and was unconscious till he cooled down.” “It seemed like a terrifying situation, but it turned out to be a panic attack instead. The young man’s goal was to perform admirably.”

We sincerely hope that this experience will not turn the young boy off of football. In 2017, the family had a football pitch erected at their home in Essex, and followers of their Instagram account were able to see pictures of it.

One of the followers commented, “Love the football field!” while another referred to the individual as “The man who created a football pitch in his lawn.”

Penny has also provided insights on the environment of the family home through video interviews that have taken place in the bedroom.

The couple has a quilted headboard with silk drapes hanging behind it. Additionally, the room has a variety of lighting options, including fringe bedside lights and vintage wall uplights.

Rod and Penny are raising their two younger boys, Aiden and Alastair, at home with them. The musician is the father of eight children in total, the oldest of whom are named Sarah, Kimberly, and Sean.

Aiden is the youngest of Rod’s children, having been born when the singer was 66 years old. This is in stark contrast to the rocker’s first child, who was born in 1963, when Rod was still in his teenage years. Aiden is the rocker’s only son.

Sarah Streeter, the child that Rod Stewart and his then-partner Susannah Boffey had, was placed for adoption and was brought up by the couple Gerald and Evelyn Thubron. Sarah Streeter was named after Rod Stewart.