Paul McCartney looks every inch the handsome silver fox

Hey, dude! Paul McCartney, 77, looks every inch the handsome silver fox as he sports designer stubble and wears VERY trendy outfit

Sir Paul McCartney cut a very trendy figure when he was pictured in Central London on Tuesday. 

The 77-year-old Beatles icon headed to his chauffeur driven car and looked every inch the handsome silver fox as he pulled a series of animated expressions.

The usually clean-shaven rocker was sporting designer stubble and had let the natural colour of his hair grow through.  

Hey, dude! Paul McCartney, 77, looked every inch the handsome silver fox as he sported designer stubble and wore a VERY trendy outfit in London on Tuesday

As he was: In 2016, Paul was clean-shaven and sporting redder hair 

And it looks like his fashion designer daughter Stella may have helped him pick out his ensemble as he looked very cool in his outfit. 

He teamed a patterned bold blue top with a matching blazer and wore black trousers and blue shoes.

He draped a winter’s coat over his arm and carried his belongings in a black overnight bag. 

Looking good: He teamed a patterned bold blue top with a matching blazer and wore black trousers and blue shoes

Paul has a net worth of almost a billion pounds and so it comes as no surprise that he was dressed in such a stylish fashion. 

Meanwhile, earlier this month, it was reported that Sir Paul has donated a set of limited edition photographs by his late wife Linda to Glasgow Museums.

The set of 14 photographs includes images of Sir Mick Jagger and Brian Jones from her first professional photoshoot, as well as family portraits.

The Linda McCartney Retrospective – curated by Sir Paul with daughters Mary and Stella – is currently on show for the first time in the UK at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

In the genes: It looks like his fashion designer daughter Stella may have helped him pick out his ensemble as he looked very cool in his outfit (pictured on September 30)

Deputy leader of Glasgow City Council and chair of Glasgow Life David McDonald said: “The Linda McCartney Retrospective at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has been very warmly received.

‘We were delighted to be the first venue in the UK to show this exhibition and our greatest thanks go to Sir Paul McCartney for his incredibly generous gift.

‘This wonderful addition to our collection ensures visitors to Glasgow Museums can continue to engage with and enjoy Linda McCartney’s stunning work for generations to come.’

Tribute: Meanwhile, earlier this month, it was reported that Sir Paul has donated a set of limited edition photographs by his late wife Linda to Glasgow Museums (pictured in 1978)

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