Sir Rod Stewart couldn't have been a prouder father as he shared a video of himself reacting to the news that his son, hockey player Liam Stewart, had scored his first international goal for Great Britain. Stood in front of a television, the music iconic beamed with pride as BBC presenter Tim Hague said: "Liam Stewart, the son of music legend Sir Rod Stewart and former model Rachel Hunter, scored his first international goal," shouting: "My boy!" in reaction to the footage.
Fans were quick to praise the video, with one commenting on the post: "Gotta LOVE the MAN Sir Rod, so proud of his son, Liam," while another added: "This makes me smile just watching you smile... What a proud Dad!" Liam's mum Rachel attended his match in Belfast, and captured the winning shot from the side lines. Tweeting the video, she wrote: "I just so happened to be filming. Go GB."
Rod proudly pointed his son out on TV
Liam, 22, recently opened up about his first match as part of GB's senior ice hockey side to The Sun, joking: "My dad was at the Celtic game at Hampden on Sunday – I saw him on the TV and it looked like he was enjoying what was a big win for them… When it comes down to watching Celtic or watching me I'm pretty sure he's going to pick Celtic most times, but I won't hold that against him, especially given the way they are playing at the moment! I'm still working on trying to convert him to hockey, he was at a club game to see me playing for Coventry earlier in the season and it would be nice to see him watch me play for GB."