He Loves You: Sir Paul and Ringo pucker up for Mary McCartney's book launch
There's nothing like kissing and making up in the Rock and Roll world, but it seems the two surviving Beatles may be taking it a bit literally.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr were reunited once more by McCartney's daughter Mary, who was launching her new photograph book From Where I Stand.
The mini reunion comes days after McCartney, 68, discussed the rift that tore the Beatles apart in the press.
He said: 'Personally it was a nightmare. It was really difficult, because I knew I didn’t hate them, but I knew we had to save The Beatles, and I was the only one who was going to do it - because the three of them were just sending it down the chute.'
All is clearly forgiven now though, as the two looked closer than ever at the book launch, which was also attended by a pregnant Stella McCartney, Starr's wife Barbara Bach and his daughter Lee Starkey.
Mary has worked as a photographer for 15 years, and launched From Where I Stand at the Michael Hoppen Gallery in London - where the images were displayed exclusively.
Speaking about the book's images, Mary said: 'I wanted to pick shots that stand alone.
'I like the photographs of other people that inspired me to be a photographer that make me think: "Who was that person? Where was this picture taken? What was the feel behind it? What the emotion behind it?"
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Fab Five: Lee Starkey, Ringo Starr, Mary McCartney, Barbara Bach and Stella McCartney pose for pics at Mary's book launch
'Those are the things that intrigue me and drive me as a photographer.'
Despite growing up with one of the world's most celebrated and popular icons, Mary revealed that she used to find Paul's constant desire to play his music 'annoying'.
She said: 'It was like: 'Dad will you stop playing guitar? We're trying to watch EastEnders - that's just annoying.'
However she did admit he's 'pretty good' now.
Mary was photographed as a baby on the reverse sleeve of McCartney's debut solo album in 1970.
From Where I Stand: Sir Paul's daughter has been a professional photographer for 15 years