'The Beatles' Children: Who Are They And What Are They Up To

Formed in Liverpool in the 60s, The Beatles became one of the most influential bands of all time. The well-known group was composed of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, who still today are recognized as amazing artists. But what do we know about these musical stars’ families? Keep reading to learn more about The Beatles’ children!

Image Credits: Getty Images / Keystone |  British pop group The Beatles, from left to right: George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Paul McCartney, John Lennon (1940 - 1980) and Ringo Starr, in Sweden.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Keystone | British pop group The Beatles, from left to right: George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Paul McCartney, John Lennon (1940 - 1980) and Ringo Starr, in Sweden.


JOHN LENNON: THE RADICAL BEATLE

Born in 1940, John Lennon was known as the radical member of the band. He was never afraid to open his mouth and share his truth and beliefs, which was a brave thing to do in a time where pop stars were supposed to just smile and sing.

Image Credits: Getty Images / John Downing | Singer, guitarist and songwriter John Lennon (1940 - 1980) at manager Brian Epstein's west London home for a photocall for the launch of the Beatles' new album 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band', 19th May 1967.

Image Credits: Getty Images / John Downing | Singer, guitarist and songwriter John Lennon (1940 - 1980) at manager Brian Epstein's west London home for a photocall for the launch of the Beatles' new album 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band', 19th May 1967.

Known for his passion for peace, Lennon claimed that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus, and along with his wife, Yoko Ono, staged a bed-in to end violence. Writing controversial lyrics, Lennon went on to have his own solo career after the band split up in 1970. The singer and songwriter retired in 1975 to care for his son.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Susan Wood | Portrait of Japanese-born artist and musician Yoko Ono and British musican and artist John Lennon (1940 - 1980), December 1968.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Susan Wood | Portrait of Japanese-born artist and musician Yoko Ono and British musican and artist John Lennon (1940 - 1980), December 1968.


PAUL MCCARTNEY: THE PROLIFIC SOLO ARTIST

Paul McCartney, who was born in 1942, took advantage of his experience at The Beatles and soon after the band broke up enrolled in his solo career. Having released over two dozen albums, the singer wasted no time before making new music once the famous 4-people band was over.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Michael Putland | Linda McCartney (1941 - 1998) and husband Paul McCartney of Wings posed in 1973.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Michael Putland | Linda McCartney (1941 - 1998) and husband Paul McCartney of Wings posed in 1973.

His success came quickly, and six of his albums were on top of the charts, such as “Band of the Run, which was is best and most popular work since he left The Beatles. With over 50 years of career, McCartney is still releasing new songs and making live performances across the world.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Tim Mosenfelder | Paul McCartney performs during the 2018 Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park on October 5, 2018 in Austin, Texas.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Tim Mosenfelder | Paul McCartney performs during the 2018 Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park on October 5, 2018 in Austin, Texas.


GEORGE HARRISON: THE QUIET BUT ADVENTUROUS BEATLE

Probably the most underrated member of the band, George Harrison was born in 1943. The band divided the songwriting responsibilities, however, in the early days Harrison was only allowed one song per album. It all changed in the mid-sixties when he began mixing his spiritual quests with his music-making.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Michael Putland | English singer-songwriter, guitarist and former Beatle, George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Cannes, France, 30th January 1976. Harrison is in Cannes for the Midem music industry trade fair.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Michael Putland | English singer-songwriter, guitarist and former Beatle, George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Cannes, France, 30th January 1976. Harrison is in Cannes for the Midem music industry trade fair.

Harrison was no stranger to releasing music on his own. Being the first band member to launch a solo album, he was also the first to reach the top of the charts with the single “My Sweet Lord”. Throughout the rest of his life, Harrison kept working on his music and released eight more albums.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Fox Photos | George Harrison (1943 - 2001), singer, songwriter and guitarist with The Beatles pictured with his wife, model Patti Boyd.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Fox Photos | George Harrison (1943 - 2001), singer, songwriter and guitarist with The Beatles pictured with his wife, model Patti Boyd.


RINGO STARR: THE DRUMMER

Born Richard Starkey in 1940, the drummer soon started using his stage name, Ringo Starr. He was asked to join The Beatles in 1962 but was very rarely involved in the songwriting. Starr took pride in making goofy covers and was not afraid to take the lead vocals when asked to.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Tristan Fewings | Ringo Starr attends the 2019 Global Citizen Prize at the Royal Albert Hall on December 13, 2019 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Tristan Fewings | Ringo Starr attends the 2019 Global Citizen Prize at the Royal Albert Hall on December 13, 2019 in London, England.

Soon after the end of The Beatles, Starr took charge of his solo career, which peaked with two number-one singles in 1973, “Photograph” and “You’re Sixteen”, both of which counted with the artistry of his old band members. Today, Ringo continues within the music industry and tours the world with his revolving All-Starr Band.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Keystone / Hulton Archive | Beatles drummer Ringo Starr with his wife Maureen and their new baby boy Jason at Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London, 21st August 1967.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Keystone / Hulton Archive | Beatles drummer Ringo Starr with his wife Maureen and their new baby boy Jason at Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London, 21st August 1967.


THE CHILDREN OF THE BEATLES

The four members of The Beatles have left their personal legacy behind with 15 children, from biologic to adopted and even step kids. Many of these descendants of the hit band have followed their fathers’ footsteps and are involved in the world of art.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Michael Ochs Archives | Rock and roll band "The Beatles" pose for a portrait in circa 1964 in England. (L-R) George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Michael Ochs Archives | Rock and roll band "The Beatles" pose for a portrait in circa 1964 in England. (L-R) George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney.


WHO ARE THEY AND WHAT ARE THEY UP TO?

Even though two of the original Beatles have passed away, their children are making sure that their names are not forgotten. We have checked out what their kids have been up to, so keep reading to find out more about the descendants of the men who made girls faint with excitement!

Image Credits: Getty Images / Fox Photos | Women and girls in Toronto, Canada screaming with joy during a visit by the Beatles to their city.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Fox Photos | Women and girls in Toronto, Canada screaming with joy during a visit by the Beatles to their city.


HEATHER MCCARTNEY: A MASTER POTTERY ARTIST

Born on 31st December 1962, Heather is Paul’s stepdaughter. She was born to Linda Eastman from her marriage with Joseph Melville See, Jr., and joined McCartney’s family when her mother and he got married in 1969. The Beatles bassist took into his own hands to adopt Heather, who considers him to be her dad.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Cummings Archives / Redferns | Photo of Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney; posed with daughter Heather McCartney, on wedding day.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Cummings Archives / Redferns | Photo of Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney; posed with daughter Heather McCartney, on wedding day.

Growing up, Heather developed a passion for photography, art, and pottery. She has become a well-known and respected potter and launched a houseware line in 1999. Heather’s biological parents had since passed away, and she has been taken care of by Paul. Following her adoptive father’s footsteps in the artistic world, she now lives with him in Sussex, United Kingdom. 

Image Credits: Getty Images / WATFORD / Mirrorpix | Carrying a portable radio, ex-Beatle Paul McCartney leaves Heathrow Airport today for a New York business trip, accompanied by his wife Linda, her daughter Heather.

Image Credits: Getty Images / WATFORD / Mirrorpix | Carrying a portable radio, ex-Beatle Paul McCartney leaves Heathrow Airport today for a New York business trip, accompanied by his wife Linda, her daughter Heather.


JULIAN LENNON: THE MUSE OF “LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS”

Julian Lennon, son of John and his first wife, was born on April 8, 1963. The Beatles, who were just starting when Julian was born, used him as an inspiration for three songs. But the relationship between father and son wasn’t always good. When John divorced his mother and joined Yoko, Julian was estranged for some time.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Central Press | Beatles singer and bass player Paul McCartney holds four year old Julian, son of his colleague John Lennon (visible in the background) during a holiday near Athens in Greece.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Central Press | Beatles singer and bass player Paul McCartney holds four year old Julian, son of his colleague John Lennon (visible in the background) during a holiday near Athens in Greece.

Once father and son reconnected, John invested in Julian’s music interests, who ended up developing his musical career. He launched a platinum album, “Valotte”, and even collaborated with Steven Tyler. Julian’s artistic side also played some cards in photography and book writing. In 2009, he founded a charity, “White Feather Foundation”.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Dave M. Benett | Julian Lennon attends the book launch party celebrating the launch of "John", a biography of John Lennon by Cynthia Lennon, his first-wife, at Fitzroy Square on September 27, 2005 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Dave M. Benett | Julian Lennon attends the book launch party celebrating the launch of "John", a biography of John Lennon by Cynthia Lennon, his first-wife, at Fitzroy Square on September 27, 2005 in London, England.


KYOKO CHAN COX: “DON’T WORRY KYOKO”

Kyoko Chan Cox, born on August 8th, 1969, is Yoko Ono’s daughter from her marriage with Anthony Cox. When Ono and Lennon got married, he became her stepfather. Cox eventually got Kyoko’s custody and renamed her Ruth Holman. Unfortunately, due to this, the mother and daughter’s relationship was over. 

Image Credits: Getty Images / George Stroud / Daily Express / Hulton Archive | Japanese multimedia artist, singer, songwriter, and peace activist Yoko Ono with her daughter Kyoko Chan Cox and her husband English singer, songwriter, and peace activist John Lennon (1940 -1980) of The Beatles, at Heathrow Airport, London, UK, 7th June 1969.

Image Credits: Getty Images / George Stroud / Daily Express / Hulton Archive | Japanese multimedia artist, singer, songwriter, and peace activist Yoko Ono with her daughter Kyoko Chan Cox and her husband English singer, songwriter, and peace activist John Lennon (1940 -1980) of The Beatles, at Heathrow Airport, London, UK, 7th June 1969.

Cox and his daughter were part of a religious cult named The Living Word Fellowship until the 70s, but Yoko Ono only managed to see her daughter again by the late 90s. Rumors say that Kyoko is currently working as a teacher and is married with two children. For the past years, Yoko and her daughter have become closer.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Sylvain Gaboury / FilmMagic | Kyoko Ono during Broadway opening of "Lennon" at Broadhurst Theater in New York, New York, United States.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Sylvain Gaboury / FilmMagic | Kyoko Ono during Broadway opening of "Lennon" at Broadhurst Theater in New York, New York, United States.


ZAK STARKEY: A DRUMMER JUST LIKE HIS FATHER

Born on September 13th, 1965, Zak Starkey is Ringo Starr and Maureen Starkey’s firstborn child. Even though Ringo was against his son taking steps into the industry, the passion for music was in his blood, and at the age of 8, Zak began playing drums.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | Zak Starkey (L) and father Ringo Starr attend the launch of "Issues", a new album by SSHH in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, at The Box on September 5, 2016 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | Zak Starkey (L) and father Ringo Starr attend the launch of "Issues", a new album by SSHH in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, at The Box on September 5, 2016 in London, England.

Zak is best known for his musical work with the band Icicle Works, taking part in the All-Starr Band with his father, and eventually joining the Who. Starr’s son also toured with Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, and Oasis. Nowadays, he keeps thriving as a drummer and has also welcomed a child, who is the Beatles’ first grandchild.

Image Credits: Getty Images / John Atashian | Drummer Zak Starkey is shown performing on stage during a "live" concert appearance with The Who on November 28, 2006.

Image Credits: Getty Images / John Atashian | Drummer Zak Starkey is shown performing on stage during a "live" concert appearance with The Who on November 28, 2006.


JASON STARKEY: DRUMMING RUNS IN THE FAMILY

On 19th August 1967, Ringo and Maureen welcomed their second son, Jason. Growing up in rebellion, he was fined for trying to steal a car stereo and was called to court on several charges over the years. Jason did find his way into a more balanced life when he joined several indie bands as a drummer.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett | Musician Jason Starkey, Barbara Bach and Francesca Gregorini attend the Teen Cancer America Fundraiser hosted by Darren Strowger, Roger Daltrey and Rebecca Rothstein on October 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett | Musician Jason Starkey, Barbara Bach and Francesca Gregorini attend the Teen Cancer America Fundraiser hosted by Darren Strowger, Roger Daltrey and Rebecca Rothstein on October 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Nevertheless, he doesn’t seem to be fond of the celebrity status he was born into. “Being Ringo Starr’s son is the biggest drag of my life,” he mentioned in an interview. Starkey has been in a long-term relationship with Flora Evans, having three sons together. The Beatles family keeps on growing!

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett | Musician Jason Starkey performs during the Teen Cancer America Fundraiser hosted by Darren Strowger, Roger Daltrey and Rebecca Rothstein on October 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett | Musician Jason Starkey performs during the Teen Cancer America Fundraiser hosted by Darren Strowger, Roger Daltrey and Rebecca Rothstein on October 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.


FRANCESCA GREGORINI: RINGO MEETS A BOND GIRL

Ringo and Maureen eventually got divorced, but the Beatle didn’t give up on love. He soon married Barbara Bach, a former Bond girl, thus becoming the stepfather of Francesca, born on August 7th, 1968. Francesca’s father is Augusto Gregorini, an Italian industrialist. Ringo and Barbara got married in 1981, six years after his divorce.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | (L to R) Lee Starkey, Ringo Starr, Barbara Bach and Francesca Gregorini attend the launch of "Issues", a new album by SSHH in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, at The Box on September 5, 2016 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | (L to R) Lee Starkey, Ringo Starr, Barbara Bach and Francesca Gregorini attend the launch of "Issues", a new album by SSHH in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, at The Box on September 5, 2016 in London, England.

Francesca graduated from Brown University, and even though she had her trial in the music industry, her success break came when she became a filmmaker. She has written and directed two independent films, one of which was part of the official selection of the Sundance Film Festival, “The Truth About Emanuel”.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Gregg DeGuire / WireImage | Barbara Bach and daughter writer/director Francesca Gregorini arrive at Diane Von Furstenberg's "Journey Of A Dress" premiere opening party at Wilshire May Company Building on January 10, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Gregg DeGuire / WireImage | Barbara Bach and daughter writer/director Francesca Gregorini arrive at Diane Von Furstenberg's "Journey Of A Dress" premiere opening party at Wilshire May Company Building on January 10, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.


MARY MCCARTNEY: FROM TAKING PART IN A PHOTO TO BEING A PHOTOGRAPHER

Born on August 28th, 1969, Mary can be seen in the back cover of her father’s album “McCartney”. Her parents, Paul and Linda, were already expecting the baby at the time of their wedding in 1969. Mary took after her mother’s interest in photography and eventually became a professional photographer and photo editor.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | Mary McCartney (L) and Stella McCartney attend the launch of Mary McCartney's new book of photography "Paris Nude" at Heni Gallery on February 13, 2019 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | Mary McCartney (L) and Stella McCartney attend the launch of Mary McCartney's new book of photography "Paris Nude" at Heni Gallery on February 13, 2019 in London, England.

She went on to produce the TV documentary “Wingspan”, and currently runs the photo department of MPL Communications. Mary has also been involved in a wide range of charities, having authored a vegetarian cookbook in 2012. Currently, she is married to Simon Aboud and the couple has four children together.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | Sir Paul McCartney (L) and Mary McCartney attend a cast and crew screening of "This Beautiful Fantastic" at BAFTA on February 5, 2016 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett | Sir Paul McCartney (L) and Mary McCartney attend a cast and crew screening of "This Beautiful Fantastic" at BAFTA on February 5, 2016 in London, England.


LEE STARKEY: IN LOVE WITH FASHION

Just after The Beatles split ways, Ringo and Maureen had another child, Lee, who was born on November 11th, 1970. She is best known for her boutique, “Planet Alice”, in Los Angeles, which specialized in fashion from the 60s. After the closing of the shop, Lee became a fashion designer and makeup artist.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Dave M. Benett | (L to R) Sean Lennon, Jay Mehler and Lee Starkey attend a Council Reception launching Yoko Ono's exhibition 'To The Light' at The Serpentine Gallery on June 18, 2012 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Dave M. Benett | (L to R) Sean Lennon, Jay Mehler and Lee Starkey attend a Council Reception launching Yoko Ono's exhibition 'To The Light' at The Serpentine Gallery on June 18, 2012 in London, England.

Lee has been in a long-term relationship with Jay Mehler and is often seen at her brothers’ concerts. The couple has given birth to triplets in 2009, making the Beatles’ family grow even bigger. Unfortunately, Lee had some health conditions in the early 2000s, but she seems to be healthier now.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M Benett / Dave Benett | Lee Starkey attends the FOXES Magazine party celebrating the launch of their 3rd issue with co-host and cover star Pam Hogg and with drinks courtesy of Haig Club Whiskey at The Scotch of St James on May 10, 2017 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M Benett / Dave Benett | Lee Starkey attends the FOXES Magazine party celebrating the launch of their 3rd issue with co-host and cover star Pam Hogg and with drinks courtesy of Haig Club Whiskey at The Scotch of St James on May 10, 2017 in London, England.


STELLA MCCARTNEY: THE DESIGNER OF OLYMPIANS

Paul and Linda’s most famous child, Stella, was born on September 13th, 1971. Stella has made a name for herself in the fashion industry, having her own self-titled fashion line which counts with 17 boutiques around the world. She was in charge of designing the athletic wear of the British Olympic team in 2012.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Pascal Le Segretain | Stella McCartney poses on the runway during the Stella McCartney show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2017 on October 3, 2016 in Paris, France.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Pascal Le Segretain | Stella McCartney poses on the runway during the Stella McCartney show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2017 on October 3, 2016 in Paris, France.

Being known as an outspoken individual, she made headlines at her dad’s induction ceremony for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She also doesn’t shy away from criticizing Heather Mills, who is her ex-stepmother. Stella was married to Alasdhair Willis in 2003, and the couple has four children together.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Jacopo Raule | Stella McCartney attends the Stella McCartney Garden Party during the Milan Fashion Week Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 on June 23, 2014 in Milan, Italy.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Jacopo Raule | Stella McCartney attends the Stella McCartney Garden Party during the Milan Fashion Week Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 on June 23, 2014 in Milan, Italy.


GIANNI GREGORINI: THE BUSINESSMAN

Being born four years after his sister Francesca, Gianni is Ringo’s second stepchild from his marriage to the Bond girl, Barbara Bach. As Ringo and Barbara got married when he was a little child, Gianni acted as a pageboy at their wedding. 

Image Credits: Getty Images / The LIFE Picture Collection | Ringo Starr and stepson Gianni Gregorini. They are at Chasen's restaurant in Beverly Hills.

Image Credits: Getty Images / The LIFE Picture Collection | Ringo Starr and stepson Gianni Gregorini. They are at Chasen's restaurant in Beverly Hills.

Not following his family’s footsteps in the art scene and leaving the Beatles’ artistry to the side, Gianni grew up to develop a career in the business sector. He worked with his biological father in Italy but later relocated to Los Angeles, where he has been amounting to great success in his business endeavors. 

Image Credits: Getty Images / Malcolm Taylor | (L-R) Olivia Harrison, Marjorie Bach, Gianni Gregorini and actress Barbara Bach at the "Tanner Hall" screening during the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival held at Isabel Bader Theatre on September 14, 2009 in Toronto, Canada.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Malcolm Taylor | (L-R) Olivia Harrison, Marjorie Bach, Gianni Gregorini and actress Barbara Bach at the "Tanner Hall" screening during the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival held at Isabel Bader Theatre on September 14, 2009 in Toronto, Canada.


SEAN LENNON: THE “BEAUTIFUL BOY” FROM “DOUBLE FANTASY”

Born on John Lennon’s 35th birthday, Sean is Ono and Lennon’s only child together. Following his parents' musical spirits, he went on to develop a career in the music industry. Working with Lenny Kravitz, and being part of Cibo Matto, Sean released a few solo albums and recorded film scores.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Gustavo Caballero | Sean Lennon attends the IMG Men's Model Division Party at The Blond at 11 Howard Hotel on September 8, 2016 in New York City.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Gustavo Caballero | Sean Lennon attends the IMG Men's Model Division Party at The Blond at 11 Howard Hotel on September 8, 2016 in New York City.

Sean and his girlfriend, model Charlotte Kemp Muhl, formed the band Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger, and in 2014 released their first album. Apart from this, Sean also had several collaborations with other artists and musicians, showcasing how he inherited his parents' musical talent. It is amazing to see how the Beatles’ family is so artistic.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Dave M. Benett | Yoko Ono (L) and Sean Lennon pose during a photocall launching Yoko Ono's exhibition 'To The Light' at The Serpentine Gallery on June 18, 2012 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Dave M. Benett | Yoko Ono (L) and Sean Lennon pose during a photocall launching Yoko Ono's exhibition 'To The Light' at The Serpentine Gallery on June 18, 2012 in London, England.


JAMES MCCARTNEY: HOW THE MOVIE “BACK TO THE FUTURE” INSPIRED HIM

Born on September 12th, 1977, James is Paul and Linda’s only soon. After watching Marty McFly play the guitar in the movie “Back to the Future”, James was sure he wanted to be a musician. Having released a few pop-rock EPs, James stirred some mediatic drama in 2012.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett | James McCartney (L) and Sir Paul McCartney attend The London 2014 Stella McCartney Green Carpet Collection during London Fashion Week at The Royal British Institute on September 14, 2014 in London, England.

Image Credits: Getty Images / David M. Benett | James McCartney (L) and Sir Paul McCartney attend The London 2014 Stella McCartney Green Carpet Collection during London Fashion Week at The Royal British Institute on September 14, 2014 in London, England.

James suggested that he, Sean Lennon and Dhani Harrison could start a second-generation Beatles, and fans of the original band were not too impressed. Nevertheless, the media circus has since calmed down and James has been working on his own music instead, with the help of his father, Paul McCartney.

Image Credits: Getty Images / FilmMagic | Musician James McCartney performs at the Panhandle Solar Stage during Day 2 of the 2013 Outside Lands Music And Arts Festival at Golden Gate Park on August 10, 2013 in San Francisco, California.

Image Credits: Getty Images / FilmMagic | Musician James McCartney performs at the Panhandle Solar Stage during Day 2 of the 2013 Outside Lands Music And Arts Festival at Golden Gate Park on August 10, 2013 in San Francisco, California.


DHANI HARRISON: ANOTHER MUSICIAN JOINS THE FAMILY

Named after the sixth and seventh notes in the Indian music scale, Dhani is George and Olivia’s only child. Dhani was born on August 1st, 1978, and just one month after his parents got married. He started his career as a professional musician when he helped Jeff Lynne complete his father’s album after his death.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison |  Musician Dhani Harrison, son of George Harrison performs at The Best Fest Presents GEORGE FEST An Evening To Celebrate The Music Of George Harrison at The Fonda Theatre on September 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Frazer Harrison | Musician Dhani Harrison, son of George Harrison performs at The Best Fest Presents GEORGE FEST An Evening To Celebrate The Music Of George Harrison at The Fonda Theatre on September 28, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Having been a member of several bands, such as thenowno2 and Fistful of Mercy, he took the reins in the video game about his father’s band. Dhani brought together the surviving members of the band and the game designers, in order to make the game “The Beatles: Rock Band” come through.

Image Credits: Getty Images / GARCIA / Gamma-Rapho | George Harrison with his wife Olivia, and their son Dhani in Paris, France.

Image Credits: Getty Images / GARCIA / Gamma-Rapho | George Harrison with his wife Olivia, and their son Dhani in Paris, France.


ARLEN BLAKEMAN: THE LAW SIDE OF THE FAMILY

Born on December 3rd, 1991, Arlen is John’s stepchild from his marriage with Nancy Shevell in 2011, however, the couple started dating a few years back. Arlen’s father is Bruce Blakeman, and his mom regularly spends time in New York to be closer to her son.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Owen Hoffmann / Patrick McMullan  | Arlen Blakeman, John Cole, Paul McCartney, Nancy Shevell and Ebow Biney attends The Jewish Board's Spring Benefit at The Plaza on June 04, 2019 in New York City.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Owen Hoffmann / Patrick McMullan | Arlen Blakeman, John Cole, Paul McCartney, Nancy Shevell and Ebow Biney attends The Jewish Board's Spring Benefit at The Plaza on June 04, 2019 in New York City.

Arlen’s father eventually remarried Segal Magori in 2015, and in that same year, the boy graduated from college. He is now studying at another college in New York to be a lawyer. Once again, a Beatles’ child steps away from the artistic world, however, he is already focusing on his career and is doing an internship at a law firm.

Image Credits: Getty Images / CHANCE YEH / Patrick McMullan | Nancy Shevell and Arlen Blakeman attend Stella McCartney Spring 2011 presentation at Gavin Brown's enterprise on June 8, 2010 in New York City.

Image Credits: Getty Images / CHANCE YEH / Patrick McMullan | Nancy Shevell and Arlen Blakeman attend Stella McCartney Spring 2011 presentation at Gavin Brown's enterprise on June 8, 2010 in New York City.


BEATRICE MCCARTNEY: THE YOUNGEST OF 'THE BEATLES' CHILDREN

Beatrice was born on October 28th, 2003, to Paul and his second wife - Heather Mills, an activist. Being McCartney’s daughter, she followed her dad’s steps in the music world and learned how to play the saxophone at an early age. However, Beatrice doesn’t seem too keen on keeping up with the family legacy in music.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Demis Maryannakis / Star Max / FilmMagic | Musician Sir Paul McCartney and his daughter, Beatrice McCartney, are seen on December 19, 2013 in New York City.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Demis Maryannakis / Star Max / FilmMagic | Musician Sir Paul McCartney and his daughter, Beatrice McCartney, are seen on December 19, 2013 in New York City.

The youngest daughter of the couple has shared her interest in eventually studying to be a marine biologist, which might be due to her mother’s activism for the animal rights organization Viva!. For the time being, we just need to wait to see what the future will bring to young Beatrice.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Jim Gray / Keystone | British pop group The Beatles at the ABC Television Studios in Teddington for their next TV show 'Big Night Out'. From left to right: George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Paul McCartney, John Lennon (1940 - 1980) and Ringo Starr.

Image Credits: Getty Images / Jim Gray / Keystone | British pop group The Beatles at the ABC Television Studios in Teddington for their next TV show 'Big Night Out'. From left to right: George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Paul McCartney, John Lennon (1940 - 1980) and Ringo Starr.

'The Beatles’ family keeps on growing, and surely many of them will follow the four-men footsteps in the music industry. We just have to keep an eye open to check out what they will be doing in the upcoming years!

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