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Paul McCartney goes incognito during outing in Soho after triumphant Glastonbury set 


Paul McCartney goes incognito with a face mask and umbrella as he steps out after triumphant Glastonbury set

Paul McCartney went incognito as he was seen for the first time since his Glastonbury performance during an outing in London on Wednesday.

The singer, 80, kept a low-profile for the day as he sported a face mask and carried a large umbrella. 

The former Beatles star sported a white shirt which he paired with blue slim-fitting trousers.

Low profile: Paul McCartney went incognito as he was seen for the first time since his Glastonbury performance during an outing in London on Wednesday

Low profile: Paul McCartney went incognito as he was seen for the first time since his Glastonbury performance during an outing in London on Wednesday

Paul also wore a navy denim jacket and completed his look with matching shoes and a pair of sunglasses. 

The legendary musician went solo on the outing as he went window shopping near Soho Square. 

Paul’s historic Glastonbury performance went down a treat with fans after he became the oldest solo star to headline the festival. 

Paul’s lengthy set, which had been delayed by three years due to the Covid pandemic, wasn’t short of surprises as he was joined by guests Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen during the show.

Out and about: The singer, 80, kept a low-profile for the day as he sported a face mask and carried a large umbrella

Out and about: The singer, 80, kept a low-profile for the day as he sported a face mask and carried a large umbrella

Casual: The former Beatles star sported a white shirt which he paired with blue slim-fitting trousers

Outfit: Paul also wore a navy denim jacket

Casual: The former Beatles star sported a white shirt which he paired with blue slim-fitting trousers

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Relaxed: Paul completed his look with matching shoes and a pair of sunglasses

Taking to the stage for his first performance at the festival in 18 years, Paul performed hits ranging from his Beatles heyday to his time with the band Wings. 

The pop icon earned a thunderous reception from the crowd of thousands watching the show, with many millions also watching on BBC One. 

During his set Paul showed his allegiance to his pal Johnny Depp while performing his 2012 track, My Valentine, as he projected a clip of the actor from the song’s music video onto the screen behind him.

He recently used the footage in his recent US Get Back tour, while the Pirates Of The Caribbean star was in the midst of his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, which he later won.

Retail therapy: The legendary musician went solo on the outing as he went window shopping near Soho Square

Retail therapy: The legendary musician went solo on the outing as he went window shopping near Soho Square

Gig: Paul's historic Glastonbury performance went down a treat with fans after he became the oldest solo star to headline the festival

Delay: Paul's lengthy set was delayed by three years due to the Covid pandemic

Gig: Paul’s historic Glastonbury performance went down a treat with fans after he became the oldest solo star to headline the festival

Performance: The set wasn't short of surprises as he was joined by guests Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen during the show

Performance: The set wasn’t short of surprises as he was joined by guests Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen during the show

Show: Taking to the stage for his first performance at the festival in 18 years, Paul performed hits ranging from his Beatles heyday to his time with the band Wings

Show: Taking to the stage for his first performance at the festival in 18 years, Paul performed hits ranging from his Beatles heyday to his time with the band Wings

Success: The pop icon earned a thunderous reception from the crowd of thousands watching the show, with many millions also watching the show air on BBC One

Clip: During his set Paul showed his allegiance to his pal Johnny Depp while performing his 2012 track, My Valentine, as he projected a clip of the actor from the song's music video onto the screen behind him

Success: The pop icon earned a thunderous reception from the crowd of thousands watching the show, with many millions also watching the show air on BBC One

Also featuring Natalie Portman, the black-and-white video sees the Hollywood star playing guitar and translating the track into sign language.

Paul did not address Depp’s $100million court case against Amber directly during the concert but as soon as the images of the actor appeared on stage, the crowd cheered.

The Love Me Do hitmaker also got the crowd to cheer for his home city of Liverpool, as well as his late bandmate John Lennon, to whom he dedicated Here Today to.

The show proves a poignant moment in Paul’s lengthy career, as it also came 55 years to the day since The Beatles reached the largest audience in their history, when they performed on the world’s first global TV broadcast.

Stellar: The Love Me Do hitmaker also got the crowd to cheer for his home city of Liverpool, as well as his late bandmate John Lennon, to whom he dedicated Here Today to

Stellar: The Love Me Do hitmaker also got the crowd to cheer for his home city of Liverpool, as well as his late bandmate John Lennon, to whom he dedicated Here Today to 

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