Rod: The Autobiography - Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Rod Stewart
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Chapters 11 - 12 Summary

After Dee Harrington moved out of Cranbourne Court, Stewart saw actress Britt Eckland more often. Eckland, made internationally famous through her role in the James Bond film, The Man with Golden Gun, had recently left her husband, music mogul Lou Adler and met Stewart backstage at a Faces concert in 1975. Stewart described Eckland as "genuine and down-to-earth...always pitching in at other people's houses, helping with the cooking, doing the washing up" (p. 192). Complimenting her warm nature, Eckland loved art and music, and was an expert in interior design. She introduced Stewart to exotic vases, lamps, lion-skin rugs, and other fashionable furniture pieces. The relationship between Eckland and Stewart invited criticism, however, especially from the British press. They accused Stewart of becoming "all Hollywood" for dating Eckland, an American actress. Some in the press even accused her of breaking up the...

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