Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich looked glum as he came in to land from his super-yacht on the island of St Barts.
The Chelsea owner, whose £1.2billion vessel Eclipse has attracted dignitaries for post-Christmas holidays, left for his helicopter as the sun set on the Caribbean island on Saturday.
On Friday he hosted 76-year-old Beatles star McCartney, who spent the holiday in Saint Barthélemy along with his wife Nancy Shevell, 59, and daughter Stella, 47.
Wearing a white T-shirt and blue shorts, the billionaire looked downcast as he arrived on shore and prepared to leave in his helicopter.
As Abramovich left the yacht a child nearby wore a Chelsea shirt with the name and number of Alvaro Morata, a striker for the club, on the back.
Abramovich’s British visa was not renewed earlier this year, in the aftermath of the Novichok attack in Salisbury in March. Britain has accused the Kremlin of ordering the attack on former spy Sergei Skripal, a claim Moscow denies.
Abramovich was granted Israeli citizenship in May and has not been seen in London since.