The British superstar, 76, posed with former bandmate Ringo Starr, 78, after his concert at London’s O2 Arena on Sunday night, alongside daughter Stella McCartney, 47, Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood, 71, and actress Emma Thompson, 59.
He invited Ringo on stage for their first performance together in almost five years to play their 1969 hit Get Back, along with Ronnie.
After the song, Ringo told the crowd: “I don’t know about you, but it was a thrill for me. Peace and love everybody.”
Paul added: “I love that boy. I’m just going to let that moment sink in. Nice Christmas present.
“Tonight’s very special for me because I’ve got a lot of my family here. I’ve got my kids and I’ve got my grandkids watching granddad rock.”
The pair last appeared on stage together at the Grammy Awards in January 2014 when they performed Paul’s song Queenie Eye.
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