Paul McCartney Celebrates 82nd Birthday With Family

Paul McCartney Celebrates 82nd Birthday With Family

Paul McCartney reportedly celebrated his 82nd birthday on Tuesday with a low-key family dinner at an upscale restaurant. 

The Beatles star is said to have marked his special day at the 17th century Boys Hall hotel in Ashford, Kent along with his wife Nancy and his five children.

According to The Sun, fellow diners at the venue were shocked when the legendary musician arrived for his meal.

A source said: ‘Paul and his family booked a private room. 

‘They were quietly ushered in on Tuesday night and were taken to the Drawing Room, where the chefs cooked a three-course feast for them.

Paul McCartney Celebrates 82nd Birthday With Family

Paul McCartney reportedly celebrated his 82nd birthday on Tuesday with a low-key family dinner at an upscale restaurant (pictured with his wife Nancy in February 2024)

The Beatles star is said to have marked his special day at the 17th century Boys Hall hotel in Ashford, Kent along with his wife Nancy and his five children

The Beatles star is said to have marked his special day at the 17th century Boys Hall hotel in Ashford, Kent along with his wife Nancy and his five children

‘It was super low-key, just Paul and his closest family members. He looked really happy and seemed to be enjoying a quieter celebration. They left just after 10.30pm.’

Paul is father to Mary, 54, Stella, 52, and James, 46, with his ex-wife Linda. He also adopted Linda’s daughter Heather, 61, who she had prior to thier marriage.

The musician also shares Beatrice, 20, with his ex-wife Heather Mills. 

It comes after Paul stunned fans as he announced four new UK dates to his Got Back world tour on Monday.

Fans couldn’t get over that the veteran rocker is ‘still touring’ at 81-years-old, with some hailing him a ‘legend and national treasure’.

The musician will bring his Got Back world tour to the United Kingdom in December as part of a newly announced set of European concerts.

And while excitement spread around Britain about his extended tour, many fans were in disbelief that the age-defying rocker isn’t stopping anytime soon.

Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, some commented: ‘Sir Paul McCartney is going to be doing some gigs at the end of the year he’s 81 and he’s still rocking he is a Legend and National Treasure’,

Paul pictured with Barbara Bach, Ringo Starr, Nancy and his children Stella (third from left) and Mary (right)

Paul pictured with Barbara Bach, Ringo Starr, Nancy and his children Stella (third from left) and Mary (right)

A source said: 'Paul and his family booked a private room. They were ushered in on Tuesday night and were taken to the Drawing Room, where the chefs cooked a feast for them'

A source said: ‘Paul and his family booked a private room. They were ushered in on Tuesday night and were taken to the Drawing Room, where the chefs cooked a feast for them’

‘Paul McCartney is 82 and still touring. Incredible’,

‘And I will spend every pound i’ve got’,

‘Worth it. He’s still far better than you’d reasonably expect any 82-year-old to be and his band is phenomenal too.’ 

The legendary musician has been touring the United States, South America and Australia since kicking off the tour at Washington state’s Spokane Arena in April 2022. 

He will now return to his home country for the first time since headlining that year’s Glastonbury Festival with four shows across December.

Sir Paul will play Manchester’s Co-Op Live on December 14th and 15th, followed by  two consecutive shows at London’s O2 Arena on the 18th and 19th. 

His last show in London was in 2018 at The O2 and his last Manchester show was in 2011 at the Manchester Evening News Arena. These UK shows will round off the Got Back tour 2024 dates.

‘I’m excited to be ending my year and 2024 tour dates in the UK,’ The Beatles legend said in a statement confirming the four dates. 

‘It’s always such a special feeling to play shows on our home soil. It’s going to be an amazing end to the year. Let’s get set to party. I can’t wait to see you.’ 

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