Sir Paul McCartney has paid tribute to his late brother-in-law and lawyer John Eastman following his dying on the age of 83.
The Beatles star, 80, shared a photograph of him and Eastman doing yoga poses collectively as he shared a touching message.
He wrote: ‘My expensive brother-in-law, John Eastman, has handed away. Having identified one another for over 50 years it’s an especially unhappy time for me, and our households.
‘John was an amazing man. One of many nicest and smartest individuals I’ve had the great luck to have identified in my life.
‘Not solely did he assist me massively in my enterprise dealings as my lawyer however as a good friend he was laborious to beat.’
Sir Paul added: ‘His sense of humour all the time shone by in every part he did and his devotion to his household was supreme.
‘We had so many enjoyable instances collectively by the years, however when the time got here to be critical, he was unbeatable.
‘There may be a lot extra that may be stated of his unbelievable qualities, however phrases can hardly describe his ardour for all times and our affection for this superb man.
‘He can be sorely missed however all the time held expensive within the hearts of these of us who knew and cherished him. See ya Johnny! Love Paul.’
The lawyer, who had steered Sir Paul by the Beatles beak-up and past, had battled pancreatic most cancers earlier than his dying.
Eastman was the brother of Sir Paul’s late spouse Linda McCartney, who died on the age of 56 in 1998.
She had been identified with breast most cancers three years earlier in 1995, which metastasised to her liver.
Eastman is survived by his spouse Jodie Eastman.
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