Which Celeb Dad Is Too Old to Play Catch?
Stewart, 66, became a father for the eighth time on Wednesday after his 39-year-old model wife Penny Lancaster gave birth to their son, Aiden.
King, 77, was 65 and 66 when his two sons with seventh wife, 51-year-old Shawn Southwick, were born.
Eastwood, 80, was 66 when he had a daughter with his second wife, 45-year-old Dina Ruiz.
Elton John and David Furnish
John, 63, said he knew people would think he was too old for fatherhood when his son with husband David Furnish was born two months ago via surrogate.
The ex-Beatle, now 68, was 61 when he had his daughter Beatrice with ex-wife Heather Mills.
Douglas, 66, was 56 when he had his son with now 41-year-old second wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, and 59 when he had his daughter.
Quaid, 56, was 53 when he had twins via surrogate with third wife, the now 38-year-old Kimberly Buffington.
Costner, 56, was 52 when had his first child with second wife, 36-year-old Christine Baumgartner. He was 54 when their second son was born, and 55 when their daughter was born.
Rod Stewart, 66, became a father for the eighth time on Wednesday after his 39-year-old model wife gave birth to their son, Aiden.
"Mother and baby are healthy and blissfully happy," a spokesman said.
The singer and his wife, Penny Lancaster, said they were "proud and thrilled" to announce the "long-awaited arrival" of their second child -- a brother to their 5-year-old son, Alastair.
Long-awaited is an understatement, when you consider that Stewart has been alive for more than six decades!
The couple, who married in 2007, have been together for more than 10 years. Lancaster is Stewart's third wife, and his other children range in age from 15-46.
Must be pretty weird to have a newborn brother when you're 46!
But Stewart is not the only celeb dad to get busy procreating after age 50. From Stewart to Elton John to Larry King, click through our slideshow and let us know: Which celeb dad is too old to play catch?
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