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Sir Rod Stewart knighted at Buckingham Palace
   2016-10-13 10:48:40    Agencies      Web Editor: Min Rui


The Queen meets Sir Rod Stewart at Royal Academy reception, after he was Knighted by The Duke of Cambridge on Wednesday, October 12, 2016. [Photo: Twitter@RoyalFamily]

Music legend Rod Stewart was knighted by Britain's Prince William at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.

The rocker was honored for his services to music and charity.

Stewart later stepped out with his wife Penny Lancaster to an event at the Royal Academy for the Arts, where they met Queen Elizabeth.

Vanessa Kingori, first black female publisher of British GQ, was also honored at the ceremony.

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