Paul McCartney ,Ringo Starr And Their Wifes Had A Wonderful Get Together Meal
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are seen together in recent photos, having dinner with their wives and hugging to show how close they are to each other.
Get back to where you used to be! It was last week in Los Angeles that Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr went out to dinner with their wives, Nancy Shevell, 62, and Barbara Bach, 74. They had a low-key meal together and had fun. "Help!" and "Eleanor Rigby," two of the Beatles' most popular songs, were written by the two of them. They wore casual black clothes for the outing, and they were seen talking and hugging each other after the meal.
As a Beatles fan, it's nice to see the guys back together and having a good time. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are seen together in recent photos, having dinner with their wives Nancy Shevell and Barbara Bach hugging to show how close they are to each other.
Paul and Ringo have been good friends since they started their groundbreaking pop rock band in the 1960s (but broke up in 1970). Their wives, too, are said to be good friends. Both of them also look like they're having a great time together since John Lennon and George Harrison died in 1980 and 2001.
Paul and his wife took a stroll through Gustavia, the capital of St. Barts, on March 28, the day before their meeting in LA. A black shirt and shorts with white stripes on one leg were worn by Sir Paul. He wore a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses to protect himself from the sun's rays. She wore a white maxi dress with a bright floral print. Nancy, on the other hand, dressed for the weather. Also, Paul's third wife, who had long brown hair, wore a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses with her.
Their 11 years of marriage were celebrated in the sweetest way possible with a little bit of PDA while they were on their trip. During their day trip, the "Drive My Car" singer was clearly still in love with Nancy. She looked at the brunette businesswoman sweetly, then kissed her.