Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell are lapping up the sunshine and enjoying a romantic time in the Caribbean.
In photos published by Mail Online, the Beatles singer, 78, and his wife Nancy, 61, were pictured relaxing and sunbathing on a white sandy beach, as well as enjoying a dip in the tropical waters.
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While Paul wore bright purple swimming shorts, Nancy showcased her fabulous figure in a black swimsuit that featured a trim detailing, and accessorised with sunglasses and a straw hat.
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The couple, who have been married since 2011, love to holiday in the Caribbean and have made frequent trips there. In January, they were once again pictured on a yacht in St Barts, with Paul diving off it and enjoying a swim in the sea. The pair also looked more loved-up than ever, snuggling up and laughing together.
Paul occasionally shares photos of his wife on Instagram. In February to mark Love Your Pet Day, the singer posted a couple of pictures of themselves with their rescue dog Rose. In the snap, Nancy affectionately rested her head on her husband's shoulder as they sat at the bottom of a staircase with their pooch in front of them.
Paul occasionally shares photos of his wife on Instagram
"It's #LoveYourPetDay! Here are Paul and Nancy with their rescue dog, Rose. Photos taken from the #McCartneyIII artwork," the caption read.
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Another picture from February, to mark Valentine's Day, showed Nancy smiling up at the sun as she stood among a field of sunflowers. "Have the most wonderful #ValentinesDay ever. Love Paul," the Liverpudlian singer wrote.
The couple married in Marylebone Town Hall
The couple married in a low-key ceremony at London's Marylebone Town Hall, attended by just 30 guests. "I feel absolutely wonderful. I feel terrific. I feel married," the groom told the crowds outside.
Paul's younger brother Mike was best man, and he opened up about the best part of the evening. "There was a lovely song that our kid did, and they had a lovely dance together," he said, referring to the song Paul had especially written for his bride. "That was a nice little highlight of the evening."
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