Sean posted the snap to his Instagram today (August 14), captioning the image “Peakaboo…” The pair are also musicians themselves, so it’s no surprise that James is leaning on a guitar in the image.
This could this mean the pair are working on some new music together or it could just be a lovely selfie between two friends. See it below.
The Worldwide Auctioneers Auburn Auction will take place on September 1 and Beatles fans could get their hands on McCartney’s 1965 Mini Cooper S DeVille and Lennon’s 1979 Mercedes E 300 estate.
McCartney’s mini was one of four ordered for each Beatles member by their manager, Brian Epstein, in 1965. His Aston Martin previously sold at a London auction for just over £1.3 million.
Ringo Starr’s 1966 Mini Cooper S Radford was snapped up for £102,300 by Geri Halliwell, while George Harrison’s Mini is still owned by his wife. The whereabouts of Lennon’s bespoke Cooper S’s remain unknown.
Harrison first played the Maton Mastersound MS-500 after he sent his Gretsch Country Gentleman guitar for repairs at Manchester’s Barratts.
The store owner lent Harrison the guitar as a temporary replacement – but Harrison liked it so much that he continued to use it. It was played at the band’s last ever Cavern show in 1963.