Monday, 9 May 2016

PAUL ARRIVING BACK IN THE UK

What a set of Wings! Sir Paul McCartney decided to travel in style when he flew back from the USA on Friday - arriving in the UK on a privet jetSo it was no surprise to see that Paul was travelling in style when he decided to jet back from the USA on Friday - arriving back in the UK on a privet jet.

Paul decided to travel in style when he flew back from the USA on Friday - arriving in the UK on a privet jet
With the jet parked up on the runway Paul emerged from into the English sunshine, and he couldn't have looked any happier to be back in his homeland.






A youthful look: The 73-year-old rocker looked to have had a relaxing flight in the luxury air craft, as he emerged onto the tarmac in Kent with a huge smile on his face - appearing much younger than his years 


Paul looked to have had a relaxing flight in the luxury air craft, as he emerged onto the tarmac in Kent with a huge smile on his face.

Touching down: The rocker flew in alongside members of his entourage to a private airfield in Kent
Paul flew in alongside members of his entourage to a private airfield in Kent

A suave look: Dressed in a sharp black suit jacket, navy chinos and a pale blue shirt, the Live And Let Die singer cut a smart figure as he debarkedClutching some reading material, Paul appeared to have had a flight free from the usual stresses and rigours that most travelers face.

Strolling towards a waiting maroon Mercedes, Paul was helped with his luggage by a member of his entourage.

Thanking one of his assistants with a handshake and a friendly hug, The Beatles bass player hopped into the waiting car while a member of his team took pains to carefully unload some of his prized possesions.

Cool customer: Sporting his familiar shaggy brown haircut, the singer added a classic rock star staple to his wardrobe and wore a pair of aviator-style shades

Back in Blighty: The rocker looked please to be back in England - although the warm weather almost seemed to surprise him
Paul looked please to be back in England - although the warm weather almost seemed to surprise him

Thanks for all your help: Thanking one of his assistants with a handshake and a friendly hug, The Beatles bass player hopped into the waiting carThanks for all your help: Thanking one of his assistants with a handshake and a friendly hug, The Beatles bass player hopped into the waiting car
Thanking one of his assistants with a handshake and a friendly hug, Paul hopped into the waiting car

Obviously taking care to keep his prized Höfner 500/1 Violin Bass in mint condition, the star appeared to have been travelling with it in the cabin.
And one of his assistant appeared to be taking all the care in the world with it, as he carried it down the steps and placed it in the car's boot.
It also looked as though he'd taken pains to transport a bottle of wine back to the UK - possibly from one of California's many vineyards.
Fine flying chaps: Sir Paul looked to be thanking the flight crew for all their efforts during the transatlantic flight
Paul looked to be thanking the flight crew for all their efforts during the transatlantic flight
All smiles: Sir Paul's famed charm appeared to leave a smile on everyone's face
Paul's famed charm appeared to leave a smile on everyone's face
Quite the carry on! Another member of his team took pains to carefully unload some of his prized possessions, including his prized Hofner 500/1 violin Bass and a bottle of wine
Quite the carry on! Another member of his team took pains to carefully unload some of his prized possessions, including his prized Hofner 500/1 violin Bass and a bottle of wine
Another member of his team took pains to carefully unload some of his prized possessions, including his prized Hofner 500/1 violin Bass and a bottle of wine 

Paul appears to be enjoying a short break back in the UK before he heads to South America to continue the One On One tour, which sees three stadium dates in Argentina.
The tour, which kicked-off in the USA in California in April, has seen the veteran rocks star belting out 38 song set, which spans an epic three hours. 
Setlists on the One On One tour have so far included The Fab Four's epic rock 'n' roll anthem, A Hard Day's Night - the first time he has performed the hit solo -  as well as Love Me Do, and a whole host of other songs including the likes of FourFiveSeconds.
Just a short stay? Sir Paul appears to be enjoying a short break back in the UK before he heads to South America to continue the One On One tour, which sees three stadium dates in Argentina.
Paul appears to be enjoying a short break back in the UK before he heads to South America to continue the One On One tour, which sees three stadium dates in Argentina.

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