Sir Paul McCartney embraced a laid back holiday getaway vibe as he was pictured on the sun-soaked seaside of St Barts this week.
The 78-calendar year-aged Beatles legend has jetted off to the Caribbean resort with his spouse Nancy Shevell for some New Year’s celebrations, a tradition he has held up for a range of yrs.
Sir Paul lower a casual determine as he went shirtless and wore his trademark floppy locks pulled back again into a hipster man-bun, while Nancy opted for some laid-again glamour in a flattering pink sundress and straw hat.
The duo, who have been married 9 many years, seemed really cherished up as they ended up noticed kissing and cuddling.
Sir Paul has been embracing a extra organic search these times soon after previously dyeing his pure gray hair an auburn shade.
And as he techniques his 80th birthday, the musician is not demonstrating any signs of slowing down.
The star launched his 18th solo studio album this month – McCartney III – which took the coveted Christmas Variety 1 album location.
The history grew to become Sir Paul’s 1st chart-topping strike in 31 many years, pursuing his 1989 release Bouquets In The Filth.
The accomplishment was celebrated by Sir Paul’s admirers – including Piers Morgan who took to Twitter to congratulate the star and also apologise for a earlier meeting.
Very good Morning Britain host Piers shared a pretty clean-faced image with Sir Paul and wrote: “Congrats to Sir @paulmccartney on achieving his initial solo No1 because 1989 on the United kingdom Album chart and the US Billboard Album Income chart.
“Remarkable achievement at the age of 78.”
Proving his enduring acceptance, Sir Paul had been booked to enjoy Glastonbury Pageant this yr – which was sadly postponed because of to the coronavirus pandemic.
Organiser Emily Eavis explained earlier this month she is hoping the pageant can however go in advance next 12 months in spite of the ‘huge uncertainty’ bordering reside audio.
“We’re doing all the things we can on our stop to prepare and put together,” she instructed the BBC, “but I consider we are continue to fairly a lengthy way from currently being in a position to say we are self-assured 2021 will go forward.”
It comes just after Emily stated the competition experienced lost ‘millions’ by getting to terminate in 2020 although her father Michael Eavis warned the festival would go ‘bankrupt’ if it was forced to skip another 12 months.
Emily claimed that 2020 headliners Sir Paul, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar will all be invited back again at the upcoming prospect.