Paul McCartney's wife Nancy makes casual look sexy in a denim skirt with split... but Macca may want to rethink those sandals!
By MIKE LARKIN
PUBLISHED: 30 July 2013
She's married to one of the world's most famous rockers.
And when it comes to adding some sex appeal to even the most casual outfit, Sir Paul McCartney's wife Nancy Shevell is undoubtedly a pro.
The 52-year-old wore a denim skirt with a thigh-high split as she joined her Beatles star spouse for a shopping trip around the Hamptons in New York on Monday.
Adding some glamour: Sir Paul McCartney's wife Nancy Shevell looked stylish in a denim skirt with a thigh-high split for a shopping trip in the Hamptons with her husband on Monday
Summer style: Nancy teamed the skirt with a floral top and pink cardigan
Nancy flashed just enough leg as she strolled around alongside her spouse, checking out the wares in an art gallery and local bookshop.
American businesswoman Nancy teamed the denim skirt with a loose floral top, bright pink cardigan and flip flops, with a straw hat and floral bag.
Paul, meanwhile, cut a casual figure in a pair of chinos, blue shirt and turquoise baseball cap.
Didn't find anything you like? The pair left the store empty-handed
Hand-in-hand: The pair looked more in love than ever as they strolled along
Retail therapy: The pair looked in good spirits as they enjoyed a trip around an art gallery and local bookshop
Attempting to keep a low profile, 71-year-old Paul teamed his outfit with a pair of sunglasses, and kept cool in some brown sandals.
Earlier in the day, Nancy and Paul were joined by his son James as they greeted fans in Manhattan.
The pair met up as the rock and roll icon filmed an appearance on the popular Late Show with David Letterman in the city.
Meet and greet: Earlier in the day, Sir Paul was joined by son James as he waved to fans after shooting an interview with David Letterman
I wanna hold your hand: The canny duo made an thinly veiled reference to another classic as they walked
Sir Paul's 35-year-old son, who is also a singer-songwriter in his own right, looked far flasher in a black suit, though he faltered by adopting the current trendy tieless look and wearing a pair of garish sky blue shoes.
James certainly looked in higher spirits than last month when he took part in a BBC Breakfast interview that was described as 'car crash television'.
Presenters Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid had to ask detailed questions in order to fill the silence when James repeatedly gave short answers.
One particularly toe-curling moment came when he was asked if his dad was a 'friendly critic', and the singer said: 'Yeah yeah friendly critic. Constructive criticism, definitely yeah.'
It beats a Yellow Submarine: James pointed out they had missed a few fans when they got into their limousine alongside Nancy Shevell