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Penny Lancaster danced with King Charles on his 60th birthday while her husband Rod Stewart performed

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Dancing King! Penny Lancaster Reveals She Danced With Charles On His 60th Birthday When Her Husband Rod Stewart Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? performed.

  • Penny Lancaster revealed she danced with King Charles on his 60th birthday
  • She confessed to dancing to the Rod Stewards song Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?
  • Speaking on Good Morning Britain she said the King had asked her to dance

Penny Lancaster revealed she danced with King Charles on his 60th birthday on Good Morning Britain.

The former model, 51, recalled Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard’s special moment with the King this morning.

She took to the dance floor with His Majesty when her husband Rod Stewart performed his popular song Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? performed.

Penny said: “It was his 60th birthday and he had asked Rod to perform and he asked if I wanted to be the first on the dance floor because you can imagine people are nervous and don’t know the protocol, who goes first.” to get up.

Penny Lancaster revealed she danced with King Charles on his 60th birthday on Good Morning Britain while her husband Rod Stewart performed his popular song Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? performed.

‘So at drinks he asked if I would do the first dance so everyone would wake up.

“While Rod was performing, I was on the dance floor with Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, William and Harry.

“It was an incredible family event.”

When asked by host Susanna which song they had danced to, Penny confirmed that it was Rod’s hit Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? used to be.

Penny took the dance floor with His Majesty (center) as her husband Rod Stewart performed his popular song Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?  performed.  (photo at the opening of the Prince's Trust store 2013)

Penny took the dance floor with His Majesty (center) as her husband Rod Stewart performed his popular song Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? performed. (photo at the opening of the Prince’s Trust store 2013)

Penny went on to say it is always 'an honor' and a 'pleasure' for Rod to perform for the Royal's

Penny went on to say it is always ‘an honor’ and a ‘pleasure’ for Rod to perform for the Royal’s

The presenters seemed shocked as they laughed at the reveal as Ben joked ‘only Rod would do that, I love that.’

Penny went on to say it is always “an honor” and a “pleasure” for Rod to perform for the Royals.

She said: ‘They’re just a family like any other family, but they have this huge responsibility to be the head of state and do the work they do for the commonwealth. I have absolute admiration for them.’

Ben joked, “Daddy dances with the king… now there’s a statue. ‘

Penny, a Special Constable police officer, has also revealed that she will be on duty for Queens’ funeral on Friday and Wednesday.

Penny, a Special Constable police officer, also revealed that she will be on duty for Queens' funeral on Friday and Wednesday

Penny, a Special Constable police officer, also revealed that she will be on duty for Queens’ funeral on Friday and Wednesday

Queen Elizabeth II greets Sir Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster after he was knighted in 2016 in recognition of his contributions to music and charity

Queen Elizabeth II greets Sir Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster after he was knighted in 2016 in recognition of his contributions to music and charity

She said: ‘Obviously the MET will be in force, as will the Coast Guard security guards, all regular officers will be on duty on that particular day. With our specials we are there to support our regular customers.’

Speaking of meeting the Queen in recent years, Penny said Her Majesty had “a ubiquity.”

She said, “You could almost feel her presence before she came into the room, that ubiquity that I always felt she had, that she could be anywhere, anytime for anyone.

“I would be extremely nervous the moment she came to you, that warm smile the twinkle in her eye, she really connected with everyone she met.

Speaking of the Queen’s sense of humor, she admitted, “She always liked when things went wrong, every opportunity to laugh.”

Speaking of meeting the Queen a few times over the years, Penny said Her Majesty had

Speaking of meeting the Queen a few times over the years, Penny said Her Majesty had “a ubiquity.”

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