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Paul McCartney, 78, looks casual in a T-shirt and shorts as he takes a dingy out for a sail while in the HamptonsBy Charlotte Dean For

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Paul McCartney, 78, looks casual in a T-shirt and shorts as he takes a dingy out for a sail while in the Hamptons

Paul McCartney appeared the picture of relaxation as he took as Sunfish dinghy out for a sail while staying in the Hamptons on Saturday.

The Beatles singer, 78, looked low-key in a baggy T-shirt and shorts as he steered the boat out to sea holding its tiller and vibrantly-coloured main sheet.

Paul appeared confident in his abilities judging by his casual attire, which he chose instead of opting for protective clothing such as a wet suit.

Here comes the sun! Paul McCartney, 78, appeared the picture of relaxation as he took as Sunfish dinghy out for a sail while staying in the Hamptons on Saturday

Here comes the sun! Paul McCartney, 78, appeared the picture of relaxation as he took as Sunfish dinghy out for a sail while staying in the Hamptons on Saturday

Paul also donned a navy cap and shades as he stayed protected in the sun during his morning out on the waves. 

Earlier this week Paul was spotted kicking back on the beach following reports that the musician could become the next chief of an indigenous Canadian island after he was nominated as Chief for Walpole Island First Nation.

The island is a reservation on an island bordering Michigan and Canada… according to the indigenous community’s director of operations, James Jenkins.

He told TMZ that the Beatles star, along with Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds, 43, have been nominated by two eligible electors, making them official nominees.

Relaxed: The Beatles singer looked low-key in a baggy T-shirt and shorts as he steered the boat out to sea holding its tiller and vibrantly-coloured main sheet

Relaxed: The Beatles singer looked low-key in a baggy T-shirt and shorts as he steered the boat out to sea holding its tiller and vibrantly-coloured main sheet

The site reports that a 1968 loophole means that the Chief does not technically have to be part of the native community in order to be nominated.

It’s unclear why Paul and Ryan were selected but unless they contact the Walpole Island office by Thursday to remove their names, they will remain legit candidates for Chief when the election takes place on September 19.

And whoever wins, will be contacted by the First Nation and the candidate would either have to take up office or officially resign.

TMZ also report: ‘The Chief is similar to a mayor – they are the head of the council and the voice of the community, tasked with overseeing programs and services run by administrators.

‘Chief is the most respected position in Walpole Island First Nation, which has about 5,000 members.’

But if either Paul or Ryan wanted to take up the position, they would be required to move closer to the reservation.

In control: Paul appeared confident in his abilities judging by his casual attire, which he chose instead of opting for protective clothing such as a wet suit

In control: Paul appeared confident in his abilities judging by his casual attire, which he chose instead of opting for protective clothing such as a wet suit

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