Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe’s daughter recently stepped out in London with a new companion — Paul Mc Cartney’s grandson.Ava Phillippe, 18, and Arthur Donald Mc Cartney, 18, were spotted at London hotspot Sketch this week, but it’s unclear whether they were spending time together as friends or as something more. Ava, a dead ringer for her Oscar-winning mom, made her high-society debut in Paris in November 2017, followed by her fashion modeling debut in January for Rodarte.Ticket prices for the Albany Mc Cartney concert ranged from 0 for floor seats close to the stage to , for seats that are in the top rows.“The Mc Cartney concert in Albany sold out in 28 minutes on April 14.At the April announcement of the Albany concert date, July 5, Albany County Executive Dan Mc Coy, 45, mentioned the singer-songwriter as Sir Paul Mc Carthy and Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan, 50, seized the moment saying, “You see the county executive is just a little bit younger than I am so I don’t know that he really appreciates as much what it is going to be to have Sir Paul Mc Cartney here in the city of Albany.It’s going to be an incredible opportunity to host somebody who is legendary, who has entertained across generations and it is just such a privilege to have him here.” What makes this stop on the tour a bit unusual is that the Times Union Center only has 12,600 seats for this concert, the smallest venue on the concert tour, while the other venues hold as many as more than 50,000 fans.
“Much the same as in any industry, it’s all about relationships,” Belber said on The Jewish View television program.
Mc Cartney is often touted as having a close circle Jewish friends from collaborators, business associates, girlfriends and wives.
If you read articles about Mc Cartney from other Jewish-owned publications, you will see a type of reverence for the 72-year-old from Liverpool, England (not the Liverpool 140 miles west of Albany near Syracuse in Onondaga County.) While Mc Cartney has not converted to Judaism there have been multiple reports in the Jewish media that he is “thinking about it and going through with conversion classes during his current marriage” to Nancy Shevell, who takes religion rather seriously.
Mc Cartney made the same promise to his first wife but “never got around to it,” according to media reports.
So far nothing more has developed to date and there are no plans for a conversion ceremony in Albany.