Rod Stewart is mourning the loss of one other brother within the span of two months.
The British pop rocker shared Wednesday on Instagram that his brother Bob died Tuesday, only a few months after his brother Don died.
“It’s with nice unhappiness that I announce the loss of my brother Bob final evening, who joins my brother Don on the nice soccer pitch within the sky,” the 77-year-old wrote, sharing a picture of a candle flame and the phrases “Rest in Peace.”
“I’ve lost two of my best mates within the house of two months. RIP Don and Bob ‘irreplaceable buddies’,” he added.
The Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? singer is the youngest of his late dad and mom’ 5 kids. He additionally has two surviving sisters, Peggy and Mary.
Don Stewart died in September at age 94, simply two days earlier than Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died, the singer mentioned on the time, including that it had been “a devastating 48 hours” for him.
The musician, who tried to mount an early profession in soccer, has spoken extremely of his siblings and mentioned that they every had a hand in elevating him.
“‘I’ve acquired to inform you, these guys had been instrumental in supporting me, serving to me get into music and simply being there for me,” Stewart mentioned in 2019 at Mary’s ninetieth party, in response to the Sun.
“Whether it was soccer or washing my soiled underpants, I can not communicate extremely sufficient about these guys,” he added. “These guys have simply been effing good all through my life. We’ve had our arguments have not we, Don? The odd punch-up every so often however I really like you, and I really like you, Mary.”
That identical 12 months, the Grammy Award winner — a reformed bad-boy rocker who has recast himself as a romantic crooner — revealed his personal three-year personal battle with prostate most cancers.
Record producer David Foster, actor Sharon Stone and commentator Piers Morgan had been among the many many who shared their condolences within the feedback part of Stewart’s Wednesday Instagram submit.
“My honest condolences SRS,” wrote Foster.
“I’m terribly sorry to your loss my good friend,” added Stone.
“How unhappy… deepest condolences to you all. RIP Bob,” commented Morgan. – Los Angeles Times/Tribune News Service