Still daddy's girls: Macca and his daughters Stella and Mary recreate family portrait
° Sir Paul was pictured between his girls before a Desert Trip festival show
° It is reminiscent of picture taken while on a Carribean holiday in 1974
° Stella has posted an Instagram picture referencing the snap
° The pair are his daughters from his marriage to the late Linda
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 26 October 2016
It’s been a long time since he could pick them up and sit them down on his lap.
But Sir Paul McCartney’s daughters are clearly still daddy’s girls.
The former Beatle, 74, was sandwiched between Stella and Mary McCartney for a special family portrait before his recent Desert Trip festival performance.
Fashion designer Stella, 45, posted the picture on Instagram with the caption: ‘Dad do the do in the desert!!! x Stella’.
The picture looks like a recreation of a loving family picture of Sir Paul with Stella and Mary taken while on holiday in the Caribbean in 1974.
Photographer Mary, 47, and Stella are Sir Paul’s daughters from his marriage to late wife Linda who passed away from cancer, aged 56, in 1998.
The couple also had a son James, 39, and Sir Paul adopted Linda’s daughter Heather, 53, from her first marriage.
He has since had another daughter, Beatrice, 12, from his marriage to Heather Mills.
Fashion designer Stella, 45, posted the picture on Instagram with the caption: ‘Dad do the do in the desert!!! x Stella’
Sir Paul joined The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Who, Neil Young and Roger Waters for the Desert Trip festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio Valley, California earlier this month.
The line-up, dubbed by The Who’s Roger Daltrey as ‘the greatest remains of an era’, are understood to have netted around £5.5million each for their performances.
The picture looks like a recreation of a loving family picture of Sir Paul with Stella and Mary taken while on holiday in the Caribbean in 1974