Rod Stewart is a "leg man".
Penny Lancaster - who raises sons Alistair, six, and Aiden, 11 months, with the 'Maggie May' hitmaker - explained her husband loves her to wear short skirts because he "always has been" fixated with women's legs.
Asked what look he prefers, Penny said: "He's not all that fussed, as long as it's short. He'll tolerate elegant, flowing gowns which I love. But he's a leg man, always has been, always will be.
"There's that myth that when you get to a certain age, the hemline should be lowered. But I've always believed it's all to do with the figure that carries off the outfit, not the age of the person wearing it."
After giving birth to baby Aiden 11 months ago, the 41-year-old beauty admits she was keen to quickly regain her post-pregnancy figure, but sleepless nights left her feeling as though she was suffering from "permanent jet-lag".
She added in an interview with the Sunday Mirror newspaper: "I wouldn't have dreamt of putting on a swimsuit back then, let alone being photographed wearing one. I was out of condition because of the pregnancy and its aftermath. I felt very self-conscious.
"The broken nights left me feeling like I had permanent jet-lag. I certainly didn't have any excess energy to start working out and trying to regain my pre-pregnancy figure."