Penny Lancaster has joined the police force, opening up about the experience on TV today. The Loose Women star, who turned 50 earlier this year, said her husband Sir Rod Stewart was feeling understandably “anxious” about her move.
When asked how her spouse of 13 years felt after her first shift, Penny shared his concerns with her co-stars.
“He was anxious of course. Like anyone would be.
“We are putting our lives at risk but for a very good cause.
“And I have all the training I need and I feel confident out there,” she said during her stint on the ITV panel show.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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'He was anxious' Penny Lancaster highlights Rod Stewart concerns as she starts new role (Image: ITV•Getty Images)
Recalling a conversation they’d had, the mum-of-two continued: “And I said, ‘Don’t worry I’ll call you as soon as I’m back to the station.
“‘But I won’t be home for a while because of all the paperwork to do.’”
Penny decided to undertake police training after starring in Channel 4 documentary Famous and Fighting Crime.
At the time, she said it had been a very “rewarding” experience.
Penny Lancaster took part in Channel 4 documentary Famous and Fighting Crime (Image: Channel 4)