Sir Paul McCartney, 80, cuts a relaxed figure in an all-black loungewear ensemble as he strolls through the Hamptons
Sir Paul McCartney cut a relaxed figure on Thursday as he headed for a walk in the Hamptons.
The 80-year-old opted for a casual look, with a pair of black joggers, a matching t-shirt and a zip-up hoodie.
Staying comfortable, he added a pair of blue Nike sneakers – protecting from the sun in a navy cap and a pair of black sunglasses.
Low-key: Sir Paul McCartney, 80, cut a relaxed figure in loungewear on Thursday as he strolled through the Hamptons
The Beatles legend got out of his vintage-style Ford Bronco for the drive – clutching his keys.
He added a black and silver watch, alongside a stacked collection of beaded bracelets.
Sir Paul is spending time at his Hamptons home this summer, which he bought for $1m (£716,000) over a decade ago – which has an outdoor swimming pool and is located near the water .
All black: To stay comfortable, he added a pair of blue Nike sneakers – protecting from the sun in a navy cap and a pair of black sunglasses
But returning to the UK, he recently became the oldest solo star to headline at Glastonbury, as his performance was a smash hit with festival-goers.
His long set, which had been delayed for three years due to the pandemic, was not without surprises as he was joined by guests Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen during the show.
Taking to the stage for his first performance at the festival in 18 years, Paul performed hits ranging from his peak with the Beatles to his stint with the band Wings.
Cruising: The Beatles legend got out of his vintage-style Ford Bronco for a drive – clutching his keys.
He’s back: Returning to the UK – he recently became the oldest solo star to headline Glastonbury as his performance was a smash hit with festival-goers
The pop icon received a thunderous reception from the crowds of thousands watching the show, with several million also watching on BBC One.
He also performed his 2012 track My Valentine – giving an ode to his friend Johnny Depp as he projected a clip of the actor from the song’s music video onto the screen behind him.
The show proves a poignant moment in Sir Paul’s long career, as it also marks 55 years to the day since The Beatles reached the biggest audience in their history, when they performed on the first TV show world.
Star quality: The pop icon has received a thunderous reception from the thousands who watch the show, and many millions also watch on BBC One.