Paul McCartney showed his support for his fashion designer daughter Stella as he proudly modelled one of her designs on Saturday.
Paul donned one of Stella’s blue jumpers which is part of a collaboration line with the environmental charity Greenpeace.
He took a selfie to show off the piece of clothing which was emblazoned with a natural world scene and rainbow.
Clearly thrilled her father was supporting her new line she shared the picture on her Instagram, writing that she was ‘so incredibly proud’ to see him wearing it.
She wrote in the caption: ‘So incredibly proud to see Dad @PaulMcCartney wearing our Stella x #Greenpeace limited-edition collab.
‘My parents are why I learned to fight for Mother Earth — especially vital, precious ecosystems like the Amazon. Now, I want to save it for my children.
Join me in supporting @GreenpeaceUK’s campaign to stop Amazon deforestation fuelled by industrial agriculture and meat production. Love you, Dad! x Stella’
Stella, 49, is launching a capsule collection supporting Greenpeace’s campaign to stop deforestation in the Amazon.
Stella is a lifelong vegetarian and environmental activist who has built her brand around a cruelty-free ethos.
She has never included leather or fur in her collections and during lockdown, she published an ‘A to Z manifesto’ of her brand’s values with V standing for vegan.