Sir Paul McCartney is claimed to have made £1.5million in just 12 months from investing in up-and-coming companies.
The 80-year-old singer, who is worth £800m, launched MPL Ventures during the COVID-19 pandemic and has since been said to be backing the plant-based chicken business and music tech start-up behind ABBA’s latest album Voyage. .
A source told The Sun: “Paul is a very talented man and his new job is bringing in big bucks. He uses the company to invest in growing businesses, and it works well.
“It brings in big bucks!” Sir Paul McCartney has allegedly made himself £1.5m from investing in a plant-based chicken business and a music technology start-up (pictured in June 2022)
“So far he has used the cash to fund TiNDLE, which produces fake chicken in the US and hopes to bring the product to the UK.
Paul also invested in a UK-based music technology startup called Audoo. Options may be less traditional than the stock market, but it pays dividends for Paul.”
MailOnline has contacted Paul’s representatives for comment.
Surprise! Wow! A source said: “Paul is a very talented man. He’s using the company to invest in growing businesses and it’s working well’ (pictured in 2019)
It comes after Sir Paul took to Instagram to show off his incredible flexibility while doing a headstand during a yoga session.
The Beatles legend showed off his impressive move while working out at the gym, claiming it was his ‘show moment’.
In the snap, the singer used a yoga mat for comfort and was joined by Rose, a seemingly unaffected older English Shepherd.
The rocker wore a white T-shirt for the workout and teamed it with dark shorts and colorful Nike trainers.
Caption: This comes after Sir Paul took to Instagram to show off his incredible flexibility while practicing a headstand during a yoga session.
Sir Paul worked up a sweat in front of the TV in the lavish home he shares with wife Nancy Shevell, 62.
She wrote: ‘The headstand is a pose I demonstrate when I’m in the gym… I was once told by a yoga teacher that it keeps you young.’
In August, the “Hey Jude” hitmaker shared a photo of herself in another yoga pose with her late brother-in-law, who died of cancer.
John, who knew Paul for more than 50 years, was the brother of The Beatles legend’s famous first wife, Linda Eastman McCartney, who died in 1998.
Young buck: The Beatles legend gave an impressive handshake when he claimed the move was his “showcase moment in the gym”.
Paul wrote: “My dear brother-in-law John Eastman has died. We have known each other for more than 50 years, it is very sad for me and our families.”
The yoga enthusiast and rock star previously claimed that eye yoga helped her eyesight after she first discovered the practice on a trip to India in the late 2000s.
The legendary musician admitted it “might look a little weird” but he can read newspapers without glasses.
Speaking on the Table Manners podcast with Jessie Ware, Paul said: “I studied a little yogi in India. He explained that your eyes are muscles. You don’t have ears, so you can’t train your ears. But your eyes, you can.
Viraned: In August, the Hey Jude hitmaker (right) shared a picture of himself in another yoga pose with his late brother-in-law.
Explaining some of the exercises, The Beatles legend likened it to a Union Jack shape and continued: “So, stabilize your head and then look up as far as you can, one, two, three, back to the middle, then down. , back to the middle.
“You do a lot of three of that, and then you go left and right. Now you have the cross up and down and sideways, now you do the diagonals.’
Talking about how eye yoga has helped her eyesight, Paul added: “It all makes sense. I don’t know, that’s why I don’t need glasses when reading a newspaper.”
The musician also revealed that a friend developed eye yoga instructions for her daughter that “improved her eyesight” and prevented her from buying glasses “for several years”.
Jessie tried to train Paul by joking: “Anyone looking out the window would think we were crazy. It’s a session! It might look a little strange.’
It’s not the first time Paul has praised eye yoga, and in 2009, according to the Mirror, he said: “When I was in India, there was a guy in a hotel who offered to teach me eye yoga exercises.
He told me that the eyes are muscles like any other muscles and they need exercise to work properly.
“Spending too much time on the computer or TV, or reading a book, we only use one set of muscles in our eyes. Yoga exercises the others.”
Shocking: The yoga enthusiast and rock star previously claimed eye yoga helped his eyesight after first discovering the practice on a trip to India in the late 2000s (pictured with wife Nancy and their rescue dog Rose)