sábado, 24 de diciembre de 2016

Paul and Nancy bundle up in coordinating coats after enjoying a festive family lunch

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Getting into the Christmas spirit! Paul McCartney and wife Nancy bundle up in coordinating coats after enjoying a festive family lunch
By MAIL ONLINE REPORTER
24 December 2016

Bundled up against the elements, they looked like any other couple heading out after a festive lunch.
And Sir Paul McCartney, 74, and wife Nancy Shevell, 57, blended into the Christmas shoppers perfectly as they left a North London restaurant on Friday.
The pair had been enjoying a family get together, with Nancy carrying a takeout box as they strolled along the street.

Here there and everywhere: Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell left a North London restaurant together on Friday after a festive lunch 
Here there and everywhere: Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell left a North London restaurant together on Friday after a festive lunch

Paul sported a warm padded jacket and jeans while Nancy wore a similar coat in navy blue.
She wore no make-up, with her head covered by a blue and white beanie.

The pair, who married back in October 2011, regularly support each other at public events with Nancy attending Paul's performances at Desert Trip or 'Oldchella' in California in early October.
The former Beatle joined a star-studded line up which included Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and The Who.
'It's fossil rock,' the singer told Rolling Stone before the performance. 'But it's exciting.'

Show of support: The close couple regularly support each other's work, with Nancy attending Paul's performances at the Desert Trip Festival in California back in October 
Show of support: The close couple regularly support each other's work, with Nancy attending Paul's performances at the Desert Trip Festival in California back in October

He also discussed writing songs about Nancy in his studio album New, released in October 2013.
'The thing about New was Nancy. That's who was new,' he said. 'It was a good awakening. It made me want to write positive songs.
'[Music is like a psychiatrist. You can tell your guitar things that you can't tell people. And it will answer you with things people can't tell you.'
This year also saw the release of Ron Howard's Beatles documentary Eight Days A Week, which explored the early years of the band to their touring years.

Dressed for the elements: Paul sported a warm padded jacket and jeans
Dressed for the elements: Paul sported a warm padded jacket and jeans



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