Paul McCartney appeared in good spirits as he attended the UK premiere of The Beatles: Get Back alongside his daughter Mary at Cineworld Empire in London on Tuesday.
For the occasion, the musician, who is 79 years old, looked dapper in a black blazer, matching trousers, and a crisp white shirt.
Mary (52), a photographer, chose a black jumpsuit, matching boots, and a red necklace.
Event: Paul McCartney appeared in good spirits as he attended the UK premiere of The Beatles: Get Back alongside his daughter Mary at Cineworld Empire in London on Tuesday
Mary, a brunette with a long bob, was happy to pose on the red carpet alongside her father.
Paul shared Mary, Stella and James with Linda McCartney, his ex-wife, while also adopting Heather, her daughter from her first marriage.
Beatrice Mills (18 years old) is the father of rocker.
James Bay, a singer from Canada, was also present at the premiere. He wore a black jacket and pants with a white shirt.
Smart: The musician, 79, cut a dapper figure for the event in a black blazer and matching trousers along with a crisp white shirt
Outfit: Mary, 52, who is a photographer, opted for a black jumpsuit with a matching pair of boots and a red necklace
Pattie Boyd was a model who wore a dark suit while attending the screening with Rod Weston.
As he took to the red carpet, Zak Starkey, Ringo Starr’s son, wore a matching pair of jeans and a black denim jacket as his Beatles rock bandmate.
The Beatles: Get Back is a documentary directed by Peter Jackson focusing on the recording of their penultimate studio album Let It Be.
The entire film features The Beatles’ final performance on London’s Savile Row Rooftop.
Fashion: Styling her brunette locks into a bob, Mary was all smiles as she posed on the red carpet next to her father
Family: Paul shares Mary, Stella, 50, and James, 44, with his ex wife Linda McCartney while he also adopted her daughter Heather from her first marriage
Relationships: The rocker is also father to daughter Beatrice, 18, from his marriage to Heather Mills
Spellbinding: The three-part-series will take audiences back in time to the band’s intimate recording sessions and exuberant performances for their their final 1970 album, Let It Be
The Sunday Times quoted Paul as saying that he was able to see the project and recall fond memories of the years he spent in the band.
He added, “I’ll tell ya what’s so amazing about it is that it shows all four of us having fun.” For me, it was so encouraging. It was one of The Beatles’ most important qualities, that we were able to make each other laugh.
He said that watching the movie changed his view of The Beatles splitting in 1970. There is evidence in the footage. Since I believed in the dark side to The Beatles’ breakup and I thought “God, it’s my fault.”
Style: Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr’s son Zak Starkey sported a black denim coat and matching jeans as he posed on the red carpet
Attendees: James Bay (left), wore a black blazer with trousers, while Tom Hollander (right), wore a bomber jacket with jeans.
Couple: Model Pattie Boyd opted for a black suit as she attended the screening alongside her husband Rod Weston
Glamour: Pattie styled blonde locks in an up-do, while also wearing red heels.
It’s very easy to imagine that, especially when the climate is that way. However, I knew in my heart that this wasn’t the case. It was just that I needed proof.
John Lennon announced to his bandmates in September 1969 that he was quitting the group. Paul then followed up with an announcement of his debut album, along with a press release noting that he was stopping working with the band.
On November 25, 26 and 27, The Beatles: Return will be broadcast as three episodes separately on Disney+.
Premiere: John Simm and Gary Kemp were both present at the screening
Giles Martin was a dapper boy: He wore a navy suit as his father, George Martin, the producer of The Beatles.