Sir Rod Stewart, 77, looks dapper in a blue and white check suit with a purple check as he holds hands with wife Penny Lancaster, 51.
The 77-year-old rocker was dressed in a blue and white check suit and added a splash of color by tucking a purple handkerchief into his pocket.
Musician Sir Rod wore a white shirt with an open collar and a fedora hat with a black belt.
United: Sir Rod Stewart, 77, cut a dashing figure as he stepped out with wife Penny Lancaster in London on Saturday
He was seen walking hand-in-hand with model Penny, 51, who opted for an elegant yet casual outfit.
She wore a white plunging neckline shirt under a cream jacket and a pair of stonewashed gray jeans with a slit at the knee.
Penny covered her eyes with brown sunglasses and wore a pair of comfortable gray canvas sneakers.
In style: The rocker donned a blue and white check suit and added a splash of color by tucking a purple handkerchief into his pocket
Sir Rod completed his look with a pair of navy and white brogues for his outing.
It came after the star and Elvis Costello laughed off their so-called feud.
Elvis, 67, described the recent platinum anniversary concert – headlined by Queen, Diana Ross and Elton John – as “g****” and singled out Rod’s rendition of Sweet Caroline during the interview, despite BBC bosses requesting the song.
The happy couple: He was seen walking hand-in-hand with model Penny, 51, who opted for a smart but casual outfit
Fashion highlight: She wore a white plunging neckline shirt under a cream jacket along with a pair of gray stonewashed jeans with a cut at the knee
He reportedly raged to the crowd during the Glasgow show, which was organized to celebrate the Queen’s record-breaking 70-year reign: “I mean, I know you all love him and he’s one of yours and that’s it, except Rod.
“What the hell? I gotta say, look, we all have bad nights vocally, but damn, sweet f****** Caroline?
“Are you kidding me? I mean, I’ve been in show business for 45 years, so I know something. How come nobody asked Rod to sing You Wear It Well?’
The battle is over: It comes after Sir Rod and Elvis Costello laughed off their so-called feud after Elvis seemingly criticized Sir Rod’s singing during the Queen’s platinum bash last month
Reports of Elvis’ outbreak prompted Sir Rod to respond on Twitter: “Dear Elvis @elviscostello, yes my voice was rough due to Covid. Apologies, I thought I’d better show up than let everyone down so sorry. By the way, where did your hair part????? Sir Rod.”
Elvis later recanted, saying: “If you read my real note, it (was) about the wrong idea of asking Sir Rod (to) drop You Wear It Well to lead a sing-song.”
He also condescended to Sir Rod, saying, “Dear Lord Stewart. You know I love you. I think the Queen would like You Wear It Well or even Hot Legs.
“As for gigs, I had a stinker in Liverpool last night. They come and go like the hair I keep sewn into my hat. Up through the republic. Elvis O.rrible B.loody E.erbet.’
Apology: However, Elvis later apologized to Sir Rod, insisting that he was criticizing the choice to sing Sweet Caroline during the concert and not his performance (Elvis pictured with wife Diana Krall in March 2018)