Penny Lancaster, 49, Says Husband Rod Stewart’s Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Led to ‘Moments of Panic’

Published Dec 21, 2020

Penny Lancaster, 49, Says Husband Rod Stewart’s Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Led to ‘Moments of Panic’

Penny Lancaster candidly speaks about how Rod Stewart's 2016 cancer diagnosis led to feelings of 'panic,' and how she tried to keep a positive attitude in the face of his illness.

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