Rod Stewart Poses With Six of Eight Children in Family Holiday Photo

The British singer-songwriter celebrated Christmas in style and with a whole lot of family.

This holiday season, Sir Rod Stewart, the British singer-songwriter behind hits like "Maggie May" and "Baby Jane," had a major family gathering to celebrate Christmas.

The 77-year-old shared a photo of himself, his wife, Penny Lancaster, six of his eight children, and his granddaughter all posing in front of a big, bright Christmas tree.

Stewart posted the photo on his Instagram Stories, as reported and captured by People. It looks like the crew was someplace warm, as the women in the picture were sporting dresses.

Stewart shares two kids with Lancaster, Aiden, 11, and Alastair, 17, who were present. 

Also in the photo were four of his adult children: Kimberly, 43, and Sean, 42, whom he shares with his first wife, Alana Stewart, Ruby, 35, whose mother is Kelly Emberg, as well as Renee, 30, whom he shares with his second wife, Rachel Hunter.

Not included in the picture was his eldest, Sarah Streeter, who he and his ex-girlfriend, Susannah Boffey, had as teenagers and put up for adoption, and Liam, 28, whose mother is also Hunter.

Along with his wife and kids, there was also Stewart's granddaughter, Delilah, 11, whose parents are Kimberly and Benicio Del Toro, and Ruby's partner, Jake, in the holiday picture.

Stewart also showed off his unique fashion, wearing a button-up white shirt with sequins shaped like a snowflake paired with a tan velvet suit.

Along with sharing his family photo, Stewart posted pictures of himself and Brazilian soccer superstar Pelé in honor of his passing earlier today.

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He simply wrote, "Rest in peace, @pele 🕊️," in the caption.

Stewart was a skillful soccer player in his younger years, with The Scottish Sun reporting that he had trials with London outfit Brentford FC as a teenager. 

His love of soccer clearly continued even after he fully committed to music.