Sir Paul McCartney cuts a casual figure in a navy blue shirt and shades as he returns to London after a trip to Liverpool with wife Nancy Shevell
He is one of the most famous music icons in the world.
So onlookers may have been surprised to see Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney, 79, and his wife Nancy Shevell, 61, exit London’s Euston Station on Monday.
The rocker looked casual in a navy T-shirt and dark jeans as he exited the train station in the capital.
On the run: Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney, 79, cut a casual figure in a navy blue T-shirt and dark jeans as he left Euston Station in London on Monday
He had a dark blue jacket over his T-shirt and the tint of his lenses matched his clothes perfectly.
Sir Paul wore a comfortable black pair of trainers as he walked down the street.
The star was greeted on his return from Liverpool by fans eager to have his picture taken and autographed with him.
Linked: The musician returned from Liverpool with wife Nancy Shevell, 61, (pictured) wearing a comfy top and jeans and a colorful back full of gear
Sir Paul’s wife Nancy, whom he married in 2011, wore a lightweight green sweater and blue jeans.
She had a black coat over her top that matched her flats, while she carried a colorful bag full of things in her hand.
The couple were recently spotted in Sir Paul’s hometown, Liverpool, with Sir Paul’s daughters, photographer Mary, 52, and fashion designer Stella, 50, both from his relationship with Linda McCartney.
Returning home: The couple were spotted in Sir Paul’s hometown of Liverpool with his daughters Mary, 52, and designer Stella, 50, both from his relationship with Linda McCartney
They toured the city’s famous Lime Street station before lining up for a trip to Nowhere, Man at a bus stop in Heswell, on the Wirrall.
Local resident Colin Newitt told the Liverpool Echo after seeing the family: ‘So we had been to Parkgate for a meal with our son Mason when I heard my wife yell ‘Look there’s Paul.’ He yelled back “You’re fine.”
‘I then told him that I went to the same school as him. He asked me which one and I said Liverpool Institute. He asked me who my teacher was and said I don’t remember Mr. Parker being the principal.
Family affair: They toured the city’s famous Lime Street station before queuing for a trip to Nowhere, Man at a bus stop in Heswell, on the Wirrall
“Then the lights changed and we had to go. I yelled “Goodbye” and he waved goodbye. He’d just gotten out of a car with his daughter Stella.’
Sir Paul’s performance comes after he paid tribute to Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts following his death in August at the age of 80.
Sir Paul shared a video on Twitter, addressing his followers in the candid clip, greeting Charlie as “a rock” and “great drummer” before revealing: “I knew he was sick but I didn’t know he was that bad.” was sick.’
Charlie’s death was confirmed shortly before Beatles rocker Paul released his clip, with a statement confirming he “died peacefully in hospital surrounded by his family.”
Close friend: Sir Paul’s performance comes after he paid tribute to Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts following his death in August at age 80