Sir Ringo Starr went incognito on a Christmas shopping spree at luxury Moncler store in London.
The Beatles star, 82, wore a face mask, deerstalker hat and sunglasses as he stepped out with his ex-Bond Girl wife Barbara Bach, 74, when they are believed to have bought matching coats from the designer.
In the current collection, coats range in price from £695 to £11,620.
Incognito: The Beatles star, 82, wore a face mask, deerstalker hat and sunglasses to disguise himself as he and his wife Barbara Bach, 74, bought matching Moncler coats.
Ringo, who could not be seen by members of the public, was seen peeking in the door of the store, later coming out full of shopping bags.
The star wrapped up warmly in a thick black coat, tracksuit bottoms and gloves due to the cold.
Barbara chose a black jacket alongside sunglasses and a backpack boy hat.
The couple were seen holding hands when they went shopping together in London.
Expensive: Sir Ringo Starr went Christmas shopping with his wife at one of Moncler’s luxury stores in London.
Phone: Ringo was on his phone as he looked out the window of the Moncler store while selling
They also looked out of the shop window enjoying their Christmas in the city.
Later, Ringo walked over the zebra crossing with Barbara, imitating the cover of the iconic Beatles album.
This happened after Ringo enjoyed the premiere of the documentary If These Walls Could Sing on Monday, with a host of stars including Paul McCartney and Elton John.
Hiding: Ringo, who was not seen by members of the public, was seen looking around when he went to the store, later coming out full of bags.
Paul, 80, who looked dapper in a black coat and matching shirt, matched his wife Nancy, 63, who wore a black mirror as she carried her essentials with a leather clutch.
Ringo looked cozy in a black coat as he flashed the peace sign to photographers as he accompanied his wife.
If These Walls Could Sing reveals the ‘untold story of the Abbey Road studio’ that is considered the ‘heart of the music industry,’ according to Disney+.
Wrapping up: Ringo bundled up warm in a thick black jacket, tracksuit pants and gloves against the bitter cold as he peered into a shop window with his wife.
Concealment: Barbara opted for a black jacket alongside sunglasses and a baker’s hat for her outing with her husband
‘In this personal film of memory and discovery, Mary McCartney guides us through nine decades to see and experience the creative magic that made it the world’s most famous and longest-running studio,’ reads the synopsis.
The documentary features an all-star appearance from the likes of Elton John, Noel Gallagher and Paul McCartney, as well as archival footage and session tapes.
‘These interviews, paired with vivid archival footage and period tapes, provide exclusive access to these famous private institutions,’ the caption concludes.
Love: They also looked out of a shop window as they enjoyed their Christmas outing on the town and walked arm in arm.
Celebrations: Ringo and Barbara’s date comes after Ringo enjoyed the premiere of the If These Walls Could Sing documentary on Monday
If These Walls Could Sing is set for a worldwide release on December 16th on the streaming platform, but has been delayed until January 6th for UK and Irish viewers.
Following the success of The Beatles: Get Back, a Disney+ documentary directed by multiple Academy Award winner, Peter Jackson.
The film takes fans inside the British band’s January 1969 recording session, ‘a pivotal moment in musical history.’
Day out: Ringo, who was not seen by members of the public, was seen peeking through the door of the store, later leaving full of shopping bags.
Haul: Ringo carries two bags full of items from Moncler after his trip to London with his wife
The Beatles: Get Back won five Creative Arts Emmys at the 2022 ceremony, including the award for ‘Outstanding Documentary Or Nonfiction Series’.
Meanwhile, Peter Jackson defended the incredible timing of his documentary performance on The Beatles after drawing a mixed response from fans.
The director compiled more than 60 hours of Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s 1970 film Let It Be, documenting the band’s recording sessions for what would become their final album.
The result is three episodes lasting 468 minutes – between two and three hours in each installment – which some fans insist is too long.
Good: Ringo clutches his Moncler bag as he walks through London after his shopping trip
Icon: Later, Ringo went on a zebra crossing with Barbara, mimicking the iconic Beatles album cover (pictured)
The incredible length of Jackson’s latest project has divided viewers of the Disney+ series, with one commenting: ‘Get Back has been watched!! For hxc Beatles fans I’m sure it wasn’t long enough, but for me, in my twisted opinion, you could easily cut 2 hours out of it.’
Another joked: ‘I watched The Beatles Get Back. I’ll have a very short update in the next few days.’
While a third added: ‘I love #TheBeatles but the #GetBack documentary was long and boring. It was presented as if we were watching an artist paint a work of art…but in reality it was like watching an artist buy paint before painting. The Beatles Anthology, it was not. I want 8 hours back.’
Others were more optimistic in their reaction to the series, with one writing: ‘Peter Jackson’s new documentary #GetBack, on the last days of the #Beatles is brilliant. It’s an investment in time, but it’s worth it. Especially when the Blue Meanies show up. (You have to watch).’
The gang: Ringo and Paul McCartney were joined by a host of stars including Elton John, David Furnish and Twiggy as they celebrated the premiere of If These Walls Could Sing on Monday (L-R: Barbara, Ringo, David, Elton, Giles Martin, Twiggy and Leigh Lawson)