Paul McCartney is one of the greatest artists in the world. Millions of people pay decent money to see him play live at concerts and will probably spend even more money than he can to entertain them in person. But Paul’s grandchildren get all this for free, and they don’t appreciate it at all. When he plays around them, they prefer to watch a TV program instead. He will realize that he must have been soaking up all his moments with the former Beetle when he is no longer around.
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At the age of 79, Paul’s family has really grown. Paul has three children, Mary, Stella, and James, with his first wife, Linda McCartney. Paul also adopted Linda’s daughter, Heather, to whom he had been previously married. Linda died in 1998, and Paul married his second wife, Heather Mills, in 2002. In 2003 they had a daughter, Paul’s youngest child, Beatrice. After Paul divorced Mills in 2008, he married Nancy Shevel in 2011.
in an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert In 2019, Paul showed Stephen Colbert a picture of himself with all eight of his grandchildren. He told the host that they called him “Grandpa”.
“One of them, who will remain anonymous, Beckett, said just one day, ‘Hey Granddude.’ I said, ‘That’s a great name,’ and that’s how it started,” Paul told Colbert. Later, Paul wrote a children’s book called Oh grandpa! Paul’s eldest daughter, Mary, has four sons, Arthur, 22, Elliot, 19, Sid, 13, and Sam, 10. Their second eldest daughter, Stella, also has four children, Miller, 16, Bailey, 14, Beckett, 13, and Reilly, 10.
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His grandson ‘groans’ when he sings to him
We can’t imagine moaning if Paul McCartney ever played his guitar in front of us and started singing. But that’s exactly what Paul’s grandchildren do. Paul recently told The Mirror (per) daily mail) that they don’t like him singing around the house because they like to watch TV. They are no longer children, after all. Most of his grandchildren are teenagers.
“Look, people come to see me, give money, but you’re not interested in the distance,” Paul tells them. “And they say, ‘Dada, look, do you mind? We’re watching this show?’”
However, Paul’s grandchildren love his songs which appear in his favorite films such as boss baby And sing. Sometimes, when they were younger, they would sing them to sleep along with renditions of Beatles classics, and they loved “Black Bird”.
on an appearance good morning uk In 2014, Paul said that his grandson is aware that his grandfather is one of the most famous musicians in the world. But he still has to “sell himself” to them.
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Paul said he loves his grandchildren in 2019 appearance Chris Evans Breakfast Show (Peru Irish News). “And we spend a lot of time together. We don’t live near each other, but we go on holiday together like Christmas,” said Paul. Sometimes Paul even takes his grandchildren to school. goes.
“It’s so funny that you know, because you don’t know how to do it like parenting,” Paul continued. “It’s ad lib, it’s the biggest ad lib. So when the grandparents come over, it’s like, ‘Okay, what do we do here?’ And that’s why I say happiness is like taking them to school and they love it.” Paul says that his grandchildren don’t just love him; They love the ice cream they bought for them.
Paul also recalled the time he made his grandchildren laugh so hard while reading EE Cummings’ “Filthy” poem. “We’re in America and they were staying with us. (Nancy) said, OK, let’s go to sleep. So the four of them came over and I said, OK, we’re going to do this.” When they were ready to go to sleep, Paul wanted to read them a bedtime story.
The only book that Paul came up with was the poetry book. “I’m like, ‘Okay, that looks great.’ So I started reading them and it got dirty,” Paul explained. But the kids loved it. “The kids are laughing, and I’m thinking, thinking, ‘God I really got myself in a corner. How do I get out of this?!’”
Paul’s grandchildren do not know how blessed they are to have him. They are his whole world, and he has fun with them. He is the best grandfather.