Queen Elizabeth honours Paul McCartney as Companion of Honour
The former Beatles singer-songwriter, who was knighted in 1997, returned to the palace to receive another medal.
At an investiture ceremony at the Buckingham Palace, Sir Paul McCartney was honoured as Companion of Honour by Queen Elizabeth for his services to music.
The former Beatles singer-songwriter, who was knighted in 1997, returned to the palace to receive another medal. He was accompanied by his wife Nancy Shevell.
His daughter, Stella McCartney took to Instagram to congratulate her father.
"Dad, a proud daughter on every level. What you have achieved as a creative soul on this earth has inspired so many millions and touches your baby girls heart with love and hope. Love is all you need and you got it from all your family today as you receive this incredible honour," she posted.
Paul McCartney also paid a tribute to his parents. He spoke about what a great honour this was and how proud his parents would be.