I want to hold your hand! Sir Paul McCartney, 79, gets a helping hand from wife Nancy Shevell, 61, as they take a dip in the Hamptons after beach run
Sir Paul McCartney is enjoying his summer across the pond in the Hamptons and was spotted in the sea on Friday with his wife Nancy Shevell.
The music icon, 79, and his wife Nancy, 61, headed out for a walk on the beach and ended their training session on the sand with a dip in the water together.
The pair frolicked in the waves, then headed back to the beach, with Nancy extending a hand to help Paul balance as he walked toward shore.
I want to hold your hand! Sir Paul McCartney, 79, received a helping hand from his wife Nancy Shevell, 61, as he emerged from the water on the beach in the Hamptons.
The couple were perfectly matched for their morning of beach, with Paul and Nancy stepping out in color-matched gym clothes.
Wearing a black crew-neck sweatshirt and blue color block swim shorts, the Beatles star remained unobtrusive as he covered himself with a baseball cap and sunglasses.
Nancy, meanwhile, matched up with her famous husband as she donned a black fleece and shorts, with a cobalt blue swimsuit underneath.
Adding a touch of glamor to her sporty ensemble, she wore accessories for her run with a straw hat and sunglasses.
Couples exercising: The pair were spotted on the beach for an early morning run on Friday
So in sync: Paul and Nancy were color coordinated when they went out for their training session in matching black and blue outfits
The pair went barefoot into the sand and sweated while jogging along the beach, before stopping to cool off in the ocean and the big waves.
Paul and Nancy spend most of their summers in the Hamptons – a group of beach towns in Long Island, New York and known for its upscale restaurants and bars and designer boutiques.
Legendary musician Paul bought a $1 million property in the Hamptons more than a decade ago, with his luxurious home with an outdoor pool and located close to the water.
He spends most of his time in the Hamptons, where he enjoys boating in the summer months, but his permanent residence – a £10 million house in St John’s Wood – is in London.
Paul’s summer break comes after an unusual step in the star’s music career, recording himself munching on carrots and celery for a new release.
Fans will finally hear the clip Paul first recorded 20 years ago for the band Super Furry Animals to use as the backing track for their song Receptacle For The Respectable.
The isolated audio has now been released separately to celebrate the 20th anniversary edition of the Super Furry Animals album Rings Around The World.
A source told The Sun: ‘Granted, this isn’t Hey Jude.
‘But it can provide a nice background noise for a real Beatles fan. Or a vegan.’
Summer Vacation: Paul often spends his time in New York’s Hamptons, as he owns a $1 million property there, which he first bought over a decade ago