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Britt Ekland: Tight Rod should give some money to Celtic

© Ian Rutherford/PA WireSir Rod Stewart
Sir Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart should help finance Celtic during the financial crisis caused by the pandemic, according to his ex Britt Ekland.

The former Bond girl had a cheeky dig at the pop star in an interview in this week’s Sunday Post P.S.

“I know it is very difficult for football clubs during this crisis,” said the 77-year-old actress.

“I hope during a time like this he will put his hand in his pocket and give some money to Celtic.

“When does Rod put his hand in his pocket? Who knows, maybe now he will?”

Britt has previously criticised Rod for being penny pinching, saying he complained if she didn’t buy food from the cheapest shops.

His pal and former bandmate Ronnie Wood once described the rocker, worth £180m, as “tight as two coats of paint” and Rod once described how he refuses to waste fizzy pop abandoned by his children: “Kids! Two mouthfuls off the top. Then they leave them all over. So I pour them all into one big bottle and screw the tops back on.”

Britt is set to appear in the Real Marigold Hotel on BBC 1 next week alongside Dragons’ Den star Duncan Bannatyne.

The Wicker Man icon said she was a big fan of Duncan – and his Scottish accent.

“He’s such a lovely, beautiful man, and he’s got a lovely body,” said Britt. “Was I attracted to him? No, he’s much too old for me!”


Read the full interview in today’s P.S. Magazine, free inside The Sunday Post