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Samir Hussein/WireImage Rod Stewart
On Friday, the “Sailing” singer, 77, shared an image of what appeared to be his brother’s funeral program following a service at Islington Burial Chapel in London.
“I said Farewell to my Brother Bob today, with his coffin draped in a Rangers flag (life long Glasgow Rangers fan),” Stewart wrote. “We loved our game days up in Scotland together 💙💚”
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The image Rod posted featured his older sibling wearing a Scottish Veteran Harriers Club jacket decorated with memorabilia, with “in loving memory of Robert Stewart” written over it. Bob, who was 87 at the time of his death on Nov. 30, wasn’t just the second brother of the singer’s to die last year — but his second “best mate” along with Don.
“Now he joins Brother Don, rest in peace boys,” Rod shared at the end of his post. “Two of my best mates gone within just a few months.”
Rod previously announced his brother’s death just over a month ago, when he shared on Instagram that Bob had joined Don “on the great football pitch in the sky” and called both men “irreplaceable…
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