Knights work if you can get it
HELP the aged. Like Sir Paul Mccartney. The poor soul, who is worth a little less than £400 million thanks to his songwriting talents, has been forced to take on extra work.
This week, Macca performed at a private party for US business tycoon Robert Craft, owner of the New England Patriots American football team.
It’s not known what the former Beatle was paid for his services in singing the likes of Let It Be to just 300 fans, but the business standard for private gigs performed by legends is £1m.
But perhaps he didn’t do it for the money. Perhaps he simply wanted a nice night with friends in an American stadium that holds
Perhaps he’s simply like Sir Cliff Richard who also turned out this week on stage in Liverpool. And Sir Elton John is currently on a world tour.
It seems our great knights just want to spend their nights being loved.