Amazing comments from Paul McCartney to the late Queen Mother have been revealed from the Caird Hall autograph book.
The former Beatles star penned his autograph during a visit with his band Wings in 1975.
The comments came to light after news that Anton du Beke and Judy Murray will be dancing to the Wings classic ‘Mull of Kintyre’ as part of their visit to the Caird Hall next week.
Susan Gillan, Music Development Section Leader, remembered Wings had visited the city back in 1975 and checked the autograph book to find Macca’s entry.
There she found a tongue in cheek drawing and comment directed towards the late Queen Mother, who was then Chancellor of Dundee University.
The Scouser drew a face with a crown adding a message saying “and love from another subject” with an arrow pointing towards the signature of Her Royal Highness which had been signed a few weeks before.
The same page in the book has a message from Linda McCartney saying “Keep it up Dundee, you take the cake! “
On the discovery, Susan said: “This was a reference to the fact it was Linda’s birthday when they visited and Paul had made sure there was plenty Dundee cake on hand to celebrate!”
The host of famous signatures doesn’t stop there though, comedian and actor Billy Connolly has also penned his name on the same page.
The original autograph book is something of a rarity and has been digitised to allow the public to browse online.