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Lady Penny Lancaster was spotted for the first time out and about in full uniform while on patrol for the city of London police force on Friday.
The 50-year-old model and TV host was seen in conversation with members of the public as she hit the streets after qualifying as a special Police Constable.
Lady Penny – who is the wife of 76-year-old rock legend Sir Rod Stewart – received her badge after completing training back in April this year.
The former model had been encouraged to join the police after featuring in Channel 4’s 2019 series Famous and Fighting Crime where she shadowed officers during their work hours.
Lady Penny Lancaster qualified as a police constable earlier this year
(Image: Dave Benett/Getty Images)
The Daily Mail have shared images of Penny at work on Friday sporting her police outfit.
The mum-of-two was spotted wearing a short sleeve police shirt, black trousers, black, polished boots, and a police hat.
She was joined by another officer as the pair patrolled together.
Lady Penny has made five patrols so far, but is yet to make her first arrest.
Lady Penny wore a short sleeve shirt uniform, rather than a full fluro jacket, in images seen online
(Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Penny Lancaster says she helped save 'desperate' suicidal person on bridge in London
During Friday’s shift she was seen engaging in conversation with members of the public – and she spoke on Good Morning Britain earlier in the week where she revealed she had helped save the life of a suicidal person.
She explained: “When you think of policing, you think of the most violent crimes but we’re out there to help the most vulnerable.
“At this particular time there’s a lot of incidents on the bridges and I did help someone who was very desperate on the bridge the other night. It can be rewarding in so many ways.”
She continued: "I had the right training and I think from the life experiences I’ve had, that’s probably why I feel I belong in the police at the moment.
"I’ve been there and done it, having children of my own. I felt I was prepared for that moment but of course you never know until you’re there.”
Penny discussed her work as a special police constable on ITV recently
The TV star also said she had the full backing of her chart topping husband to perform her potentially risky work.
She said: "It is dangerous, but the police are the public, the public are the police.
"There’s women and men alike – brothers, sisters, uncles, aunties, we’re just regular people but we put that uniform on to help protect.”