lunes, 23 de enero de 2017

Paul McCartney displays bald patch as he enjoys cosy lunch date with wife Nancy




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Love Me (hair)Do! Paul McCartney, 74, displays bald patch as he enjoys cosy lunch date with wife Nancy Shevell, 57
By MAILONLINE REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 22 January 2017

Sir Paul McCartney displayed a thinning patch of hair on a lunch date with Nancy Shevell on Saturday.
The Beatles legend, 74, may still be blessed with a head of long locks, but a bald spot appeared to be forming on the crown as he headed out in London.
Sir Paul still seemed in good spirits, however, as he wrapped an arm around Nancy, 57, after grabbing a bite to eat with the pretty brunette and his son James, 39, and daughter Mary, 47.

Eleanor Wigby: Sir Paul McCartney displayed a thinning patch of hair on a lunch date with Nancy Shevell on Saturday
Eleanor Wigby: Sir Paul McCartney displayed a thinning patch of hair on a lunch date with Nancy Shevell on Saturday

Dressed down for the eating, the Love Me Do hitmaker donned a pair of straight cut jeans with navy trainers, as well as bright blue shades.

Layering up, Sir Paul also wore a thick padded jacket teamed with a cobalt checkered scarf.
Sartorially in sync with her husband, Nancy also opted to wrap up in a warm navy coat.

There'll be hell toupee! The Beatles legend, 74, may still be blessed with a head of long locks, but a bald spot appeared to be forming on the crown as he headed out in London
There'll be hell toupee! The Beatles legend, 74, may still be blessed with a head of long locks, but a bald spot appeared to be forming on the crown as he headed out in London

Chirpy: Sir Paul still seemed in good spirits, however, as he wrapped an arm around Nancy, 57, after grabbing a bite to eat with the pretty brunette and his son James and daughter Mary
Chirpy: Sir Paul still seemed in good spirits, however, as he wrapped an arm around Nancy, 57, after grabbing a bite to eat with the pretty brunette and his son James and daughter Mary

The brunette beauty also highlighted her slim pins with a pair of black leggings, and slipped her feet into cosy looking black boots.
Showing her support for daughter-in-law Stella McCartney, Nancy wore a black quilted rucksack from the designer's collection.
She finished off the look by styling her glossy locks into a tight ballerina bun.

Low-key look: Dressed down for the eating, the Love Me Do hitmaker donned a pair of straight cut jeans with navy trainers, as well as bright blue shades
Low-key look: Dressed down for the eating, the Love Me Do hitmaker donned a pair of straight cut jeans with navy trainers, as well as bright blue shades

Keeping warm: Layering up, Sir Paul also wore a thick padded jacket teamed with a cobalt checkered scarf
Keeping warm: Layering up, Sir Paul also wore a thick padded jacket teamed with a cobalt checkered scarf

Mary also appeared to have been treated to the friends and family discount, as she wore a small black cross body bag from her designer sister's  collection.
She injected a splash of colour with a vibrant striped scarf.
Meanwhile, James also dressed to impress in a pink checkered shirt and black fitted suit.

Two of a kind: Sartorially in sync with her husband, Nancy also opted to wrap up in a warm navy coat
Two of a kind: Sartorially in sync with her husband, Nancy also opted to wrap up in a warm navy coat

Leggy lady! The brunette beauty also highlighted her slim pins with a pair of black leggings, and slipped her feet into cosy looking black boots
Leggy lady! The brunette beauty also highlighted her slim pins with a pair of black leggings, and slipped her feet into cosy looking black boots

All about the accessories: Showing her support for daughter-in-law Stella McCartney, Nancy wore a black quilted rucksack from the designer's collection
All about the accessories: Showing her support for daughter-in-law Stella McCartney, Nancy wore a black quilted rucksack from the designer's collection

Brunette beauty: Nancy finished the look by styling her glossy locks into a tight ballerina bun
Brunette beauty: Nancy finished the look by styling her glossy locks into a tight ballerina bun

Cheerful: Sir Paul seemed in good spirits as he headed out with his family 
Cheerful: Sir Paul seemed in good spirits as he headed out with his family

Father-of-five Paul had Mary, James and Stella, 45, with his first wife, the late Linda McCartney.
Linda had daughter Heather, 54, from a previous relationship, who Paul later adopted.
The singer also has 13-year-old daughter, Beatrice, with second wife Heather Mills.
He celebrated his fifth wedding anniversary with Nancy in October.

All about the accessories: Mary, 47, also appeared to have been treated to the friends and family discount, as she wore a small black cross body bag from her designer sister's collection
All about the accessories: Mary, 47, also appeared to have been treated to the friends and family discount, as she wore a small black cross body bag from her designer sister's collection

That's a wrap: Sir Paul's daughter Mary injected a splash of colour with a vibrant striped scarf
That's a wrap: Sir Paul's daughter Mary injected a splash of colour with a vibrant striped scarf

Whilst Paul met Nancy long after his time in the Beatles, she has been supporting him whilst he attempts to reclaim the song rights of the band's songs.
Paul filed a lawsuit in federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday against Sony/ATV over copyright ownership of the many hit songs he wrote with John Lennon as part of The Beatles.
The copyrights were famously bought by Michael Jackson in 1985 and then fully sold over to Sony/ATV following his death.

Think pink: James, 39, also dressed to impress in a pink checkered shirt and black fitted suit
Think pink: James, 39, also dressed to impress in a pink checkered shirt and black fitted suit

Suited and booted: James, 39, looked dapper as he headed home after lunch
Suited and booted: James, 39, looked dapper as he headed home after lunch

Confused? James seemed slightly perplexed on his outing 
Confused? James seemed slightly perplexed on his outing

Chirpy: James seemed in good spirits as he grabbed some food after the lunch 
Chirpy: James seemed in good spirits as he grabbed some food after the lunch

Paul has long wanted the copyrights, and the filing says he has sent notice to Sony/ATV saying that he will claim them back under a provision of U.S. copyright law that makes that possible after a certain time.
The first song eligible to be claimed back is Love Me Do, in October 2018. The rest of the catalog would follow in years after, ending in 2026.
Paul wants a ruling to say his claiming them doesn't represent a legal breach of any contract or publishing agreement that Sony/ATV could use against him.

Heading home: The family huddled together as they said their goodbyes 
Heading home: The family huddled together as they said their goodbyes



Car-ry on: The star ducked into his waiting car after the family lunch date

'Defendants have attempted to reserve their rights to challenge Paul McCartney's exercise of his termination rights on contractual ground,' the filing says.
It adds: 'A judicial declaration is necessary and appropriate at this time so that Paul McCartney can rely on quiet, unclouded title to his rights.'
Sony/ATV said it had 'the highest respect' for the singer.
'We have collaborated closely with both Sir Paul and the late John Lennon's Estate for decades to protect, preserve and promote the catalog's long-term value,' the company said.
They added that it was 'disappointed' over the filing of the lawsuit, which it said is 'unnecessary and premature.'

Off he goes: Sir Paul seemed chirpy after enjoying the day with his family 
Off he goes: Sir Paul seemed chirpy after enjoying the day with his family




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