Sir Paul McCartney, 78, claims EYE YOGA helps his vision
Talking about the unusual form of exercise, the legendary musician, 78, admitted that it can 'look a bit weird' but he is able to read the newspaper without glasses. Speaking to Jessie Ware on her Table Manners podcast, Paul said: 'I learned off some yogi in India. He explained that your eyes are muscles. Your ears aren't, so you can't exercise your ears. But your eyes, you can.
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They have been happily married since 2011.
And Sir Paul McCartney looked as smitten as ever with his wife Nancy Shevell, as he held her hand while they went for lunch in New York City on Wednesday.
The Beatles icon, 78, put on a casual chic display while out with his other half, 61, as he wore a denim jacket over a dark blue polo T-shirt for the occasion. © Provided by Daily Mail (
Sir Paul completed his look by wearing a pair of black jeans and matching lace-up shoes, while he covered his grey locks with a baseball cap.
Nancy, meanwhile, looked effortlessly chic in a black padded jacket that she slipped on over a cardigan and a white blouse that had a blue floral print.
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She added a casual flair to her ensemble in a pair of denim jeans, and later on she changed into black gym leggings for ultimate comfort.
The happy couple made sure to protect themselves from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic by wearing black face masks while out and about. © Provided by Daily Mail ( © Provided by Daily Mail (
Paul released his latest album McCartney III in December, having written and recorded it during lockdown.
In a BBC chat with actor Idris Elba, the crooner admitted he 'didn't realise' what he was creating when he did it.
He said: '[In] lockdown everyone cleaned out their cupboards and did all the stuff they'd been meaning to get around to. So [making an album] was my equivalent.
'I wasn't trying to make an album. So suddenly I had these 10 songs, I thought, "What am I going to do with these?" It was just the 10 because I didn't know I was making an album.'
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Paul went on to explain why he named his album McCartney III, saying: 'I realised, because I played them myself, I'd done McCartney I and McCartney II in the same vein, that this would be McCartney III. So then it was like, "OK, I see what I'm doing now."'
During lockdown, Paul stayed in the countryside with his daughter Mary and her children.
Of the experience, he went on: 'I was really lucky. I was locked down with my daughter Mary and her family, and then I was able to go to the studio to work, it was a very safe place. We were distanced, we were always being very careful.' © Provided by Daily Mail ( Read more
Congress designating Pulse massacre site a national memorial .
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for stronger gun safety measures Wednesday as she marked Congress' passage of legislation designating the site of the deadliest attack on the LGBTQ community in American history as a national memorial. The bill creates the National Pulse Memorial at the site of the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Five years ago, a gunman killed 49 people and wounded 53 others there. The Senate voted finalThe bill creates the National Pulse Memorial at the site of the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Five years ago, a gunman killed 49 people and wounded 53 others there.