Paul McCartney Shares His Favorite Thing To Do In Liverpool
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He Has A New Children’s Book
Paul McCartney was recently spotted in Liverpool at Lime Street station along with his daughters Stella and Mary. It’s no secret that Macca is a family man, and in fact, he loves being a grandfather so much that he’s written children’s books. Two years ago, he released “Hey Grandude”, and he’s now set to release its follow-up titled “Grandude’s Green Submarine”.
To promote his latest book, McCartney spoke to The Mirror and talked about his memories of Liverpool.
“Primary school was quite good, I enjoyed it,” Macca recalled. “Even though I was living in Liverpool, I went to a school that was just outside. I liked going on nature walks. You went with the class and the teacher would show you this and that, and I became very fond of nature.”
“I would do my own nature walks, and I was lucky because, even though we were in Liverpool, it was quite easy to get to the outskirts and be in the countryside,” he continued. “I have some nice memories of friends and, you know, playing games. The girls would do skipping games with their skirts rolled into their knickers. All of those things were fun. Yeah, it was a good time.”
Meanwhile, it was also revealed that it was him who was behind the mysterious ads in UK newspapers about Grandude searching for Nandude.