So you would think that Paul would be a little jaded when it comes to excessive attention from fans by now.However looked more than happy to indulge his admirers last night as he left the Cecconi restaurant in Mayfair.
Paul was mobbed by fans when leaving the Cecconi restaurant in Mayfair last night
Paul had enjoyed dinner with his wife Nancy Shevell and Bruce Springsteen and his wife Patti Scialfa.
Paul was gracious as he posed for photos, despite the obvious inconvenience.
Little inconvenient: The 70-year-old had difficulty reaching his car through the fans
Didn't mind: Paul was gracious as he posed for photos, despite the obvious inconvenience
He signed with his hands to say everything was fine as he finally made it to his car.
The singer had certainly had a bothersome night, having been silenced midway through an appearance on stage with Springsteen earlier in the evening.
Bruce’s microphone was cut off at the end of his headlining slot at Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park last night when he broke the sound curfew.
Not the only attraction: The star had enjoyed dinner with his wife Nancy Shevell and Bruce Springsteen and his wife Patti Scialfa
Bruce Springsteen had been playing for more than three hours when he was joined on stage by Paul for an encore.
However, the musical veterans both found their microphones silenced before they could address the crowds as it became clear they had defied the strict curfew by half an hour. Before the subdued ending, the pair had delighted the crowds by collaborating on the final two songs of Springsteen’s 29 song set, I Saw Her Standing There and Twist and Shout.