Paul McCartney Uses Stick To Walk In New Photos


The legendary bassist of the Beatles, Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell were recently spotted taking the long and winding road on Thursday to embark on a journey to an uphill hike in the Los Angeles sunshine.

Paul McCartney was spotted holding a stick

The former Beatles and Wings star, 79 was seen donnin a blue baseball cap and shielding his eyes behind a pair of sunglasses, walking with a large stick as the couple went for a hike.

Musician Sir Paul strolled alongside Nancy, 62, who he married in 2011, with the businesswoman wearing a large straw sunhat with a floppy rim. She completed her look with a white jumper and a blue pair of jeans, and she held her dog’s lead in her hand.

Sir Paul wore a navy blue hoodie over a black T-shirt which he teamed with a black pair of trousers. The star pair then headed off on their walk after parking up in a blue convertible Chevrolet Corvette.

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Their outing came after Sir Paul revealed he is yet to plan his set list for Glastonbury this year despite being a headline act. The festival takes place in Somerset between June 22 and June 26 and, while the star is yet to decide the setlist, the Hey Jude hitmaker teased there will be plenty of surprises.

It has been recently noted that The Beatles legend could be bestowed with ‘Lord’ in recognition of his lifetime of musical achievements and service to British culture. The Sun reported that sources claimed the prestigious honor is in the development, 25 years after he was first knighted by The Queen.

If he is awarded with the title, he will join a very select group of musicians, including theatre mogul Andrew Lloyd Webber, 73, composer the late Benjamin Britten and late violin virtuoso Yehudi Menuhin.

A source told the publication: “Paul is already in an extraordinarily exclusive set of people at the very top of the honours system. There is now quiet talk among officials about how to mark his 80th with something truly special. The idea of offering him the chance to sit as a cross-bencher in the Lords has been mooted. He has given incredible service to British culture, so it could be a very fitting tribute and mark of all that he has done for his country.”

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