Sir Paul McCartney joins wife Nancy Shevell for a stroll in Hyde Park
The Beatles icon Sir Paul McCartney, 76, mingles with tourists as he joins elegant wife Nancy Shevell, 58, for a stroll in Hyde Park
Sir Paul McCartney was just another face in the crowd as he stepped out with wife Nancy Shevell in London on Tuesday afternoon.
The Beatles legend easily mingled with pedestrians and tourists during a walk through Hyde Park, close to the Serpentine.
Sir Paul, 76, looked relaxed in a blue shirt and denim jacket as he strolled alongside his glamorous wife, 58.
Blending in: Sir Paul McCartney was just another face in the crowd as he stepped out with wife Nancy Shevell in London on Tuesday afternoon
Black chinos added to the look, while casual trainers and heavily tinted sunglasses rounded things off.
On a warm day in London the musician appeared to be in a chipper mood, and he even whistled a tune as they walked through the picturesque park.
Joining her husband, Nancy looked typically stylish in a fringed cream top and white jeans, teamed with a pair of tan strappy sandals.
Don't mind me: The Beatles legend easily mingled with pedestrians and tourists during a walk through Hyde Park, close to the Serpentine
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Their appearances comes just days after Sir Paul joined James Corden for the carpool Karaokes segment of his hugely popular The Late Late Show.
James, 39, giggled like an excited schoolboy as he belted out the lyrics to Drive My Car with The Beatles icon.
Casually-clad Paul put on an animated display as he sang loudly and rocked out with the funnyman in the plush vehicle.
Sing me a tune: Their appearances comes just days after Sir Paul joined James Corden for the carpool Karaokes segment of his hugely popular The Late Late Show
Hilarious: The comedian, 39, giggled like an excited schoolboy as he belted out the lyrics to the British band's Drive My Car with The Beatles icon
They could be heard singing: 'Yes, I’m gonna be a star / Baby, you can drive my car / And maybe I’ll love you.'
James and Paul were in high spirits while they sang the chart-topping band's 1965 song for the hilarious segment.
The Peter Rabbit star confessed it was 'mind-blowing' to have the 'most respected musician on the planet' Paul join him for the segment.
Sensational vocals: Casually-clad Paul put on an animated display as he sang loudly and rocked out with the funnyman in the plush vehicle
He told USA TODAY: 'It's all memorable. It's kind of insane, if you think about it — you're talking about possibly the most famous person in the world.
'He's the most respected musician on the planet, and that he would come to do a segment on our show is mind-blowing to me.
'He told me a story about how he wrote Let It Be, which I'd never heard before. It really moved me, so I can't wait to share it with people.'
Busy: Chris Pratt, Damian Lewis, J.J Abrams, Ruth Wilson, Cate Blanchett, Orlando Bloom, Niall Horan and Cher as well as Andrew Lloyd Webber will participate in UK week
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