Although his famous rockstar dad Rod is a well-known football fanatic, Liam Stewart is pursuing his love of ice hockey and has recently signed to British Elite League team, Coventry Blaze.
Stewart makes his competitive debut on Sunday against the Nottingham Panthers.
Stewart fell in love with the game when his parents took him to see one of the biggest clubs in the world — the New York Rangers — when he was four years old.
Stewart spent last season with Alaska in one of the North American minor professional set-ups, the East Coast League, where he enjoyed being just ‘Stewie’ the grinding ice hockey player and not the guy with famous parents.
He is seen in such high regard in Coventry that they have signed him in one of their prime import roles as he is considered an overseas player because of his American upbringing rather than his London birthplace.
‘I do feel British even though I’ve got this American accent, so it feels like I’m coming home,’ said Stewart. ‘I’m British, but I’m definitely a proud Kiwi too, because my mum is from New Zealand — and I’ve got the tattoo to prove it!” Stewart told the Daily Mail.
Rachel Hunter has recently been enjoying a colourful holiday in Jamaica and just last week she put her Hollywood house on the market.
“Liam is now in England playing hockey and Renee is living in New York, so Rachel just felt it was time to downsize a bit,” Annie Challis, from Los Angeles real estate firm Compass, said. “Both the kids now have their own places and the house is too large for one person.”
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Who knows what’s next for our Rachel - maybe she’ll come home for a while.