He may be thousands of miles away, but he’s still celebrating.
As Sir Rod Steward took to Instagram on Thursday to congratulate his beloved Celtic’s on their Premiership title win.
The 77-year-old donned the football team’s famous green and white stripped shirt as he posed for the snap in front of the iconic Beverly Hills sign.
Champions: Sir Rod Steward took to Instagram to congratulate his beloved Celtic’s on their Premiership title win on Thursday
The Maggie May hitmaker, who lives in the swanky California neighbourhood, shielded his eyes with a pair of reflective aviator shades.
A burgundy bandanna tied loosely around his neck, the rocker held his hand to the sky as he sported his hair in a youthful spiked style.
Celebrating the teams win after they drew with Dundee United in the final, the singer captioned the post: ‘Celts are Champions again!’.
Sir Rod’s post comes after he made sure he got his family backing the club last month.
Fans: Sir Rod and daughter Renee, 29, and sons Alistair, 16 and Aiden 11 kitted out in the Celtic colours ahead of their crunch match with Glasgow Rangers last month
The legend took to his Instagram account to share a family snap with his daughter Renee, 29, and sons Alistair, 16, and Aiden 11, who all kitted out in the teams colours ahead of their crunch match with Rangers.
The sweet snap was taken on the grounds of the hitmakers £4.65million mansion on the edge of Epping Forest.
Yoga and meditation teacher Renee beamed while sporting a green hooded top and black leggings.
Diehard: Rod is one of the Scottish teams biggest supporters and often heads out in the kit
The pretty brunette wore her tresses in a high pony as she leaned up against her younger brothers shoulder.
Meanwhile, Alistair kicked back in some grey leisure wear and one of the team jerseys.
He kept the sun at bay with a pair of oversized sunglasses as he wrapped his arm around his famous dad.
Aiden appeared to be full of excitement as he pulled an animated expression for the family picture while donning some of the team merchandise.
Uploading the portrait for his 1.1 million followers, he wrote: ‘Celtic forever @alastairwstewart @renee__stewart and Aiden #celtic @celticfc.’
Explanation: The Do You Think I’m Sexy singer revealed in an interview with Talksport last year how his father’s influence turned him into a member of the Tartan Army (pictured in 2017)
The Do You Think I’m Sexy singer revealed in an interview with Talksport last year how his father’s influence turned him into a member of the Tartan Army.
He explained how it was that as an Englishman, he has become a diehard Scotland and Celtic fan.
Sir Rod was born in Highgate, North London and grew up in the UK capital. His father Robert, was Scottish.
He lived in Scotland with his English wife Elsie and their first four children were born there.
Facts: The crooner explained how it was that as an Englishman, he has become a diehard Scotland and Celtic fan (pictured with son Aiden in 2019)