Sir Paul McCartney spent the day speaking to schoolchildren ahead of the launch of a new book.
The global star and former linchpin of The Beatles chatted with youngsters from a Brixton primary school.
Sir Paul read from his children’s book Hey Grandude!, which celebrates adventures and relationships shared between grandparents and grandchildren.
The musician met with young readers at a Waterstone’s store in Piccadilly, London, and took part in a question and answer session.
The living room of the the Grandude character was recreated in the bookshop, and the volume’s illustrator Kathryn Durst was also there with The Beatles’ star to speak with pupils.
Sir Paul’s event was part of a campaign by publishers Puffin to get more young people reading, and to reinvigorate school libraries.
A lucky fan was also able to meet the musician having won a competition to spend time with Sir Paul.