One of the most iconic late stars of all time, The Beatles legend John Lennon’s official Instagram page unearthed yet another golden-worth photo of John Lennon with his bandmate, Ringo Starr, on Instagram.

And also, the Instagram account of John Lennon has shared part of the interview of Ringo Starr which he was talked in 1981. The interview was made by Barbara Walters in the hotel room in New York.

In the interview, Ringo Starr has mentioned that he had seen John Lennon on 15th November at The Plaza and told that what he was doing at the plaza.

Also, John Lennon had passed away after a few weeks than seen him in the hotel. As you can remember that Lennon was shot dead in 1980 at the age of 40.

Here’s the story of them:

“I saw him on the 15th of November. I was staying at The Plaza. We went over to New York for a while. And I hadn’t seen him for a while because, you know, we see each other wherever we are.

And he came over with Yoko for an hour and we had such a great time because they stayed five hours.

And it didn’t matter that it was a year between we didn’t see each other, it was always fine when we did, but it was a particularly great time that we, that I had, anyway… Oh, man, they were happy. They were two people in one.”

You can see the Instagram post of John Lennon right below.

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JOHN & RINGO, 1980⠀⁣ Ringo: 'I saw him on the 15th November. I was staying at The Plaza. We went over to New York for a while. And I hadn't seen him for a while because, you know, we see each other wherever we are. And he came over with Yoko for an hour and we had such a great time because they stayed five hours. And it didn't matter that it was a year between we didn't see each other, it was always fine when we did, but it was a particularly great time that we, that I had, anyway… Oh, man, they were happy. They were two people in one.'⁣ (Barbara Walters interview, 1981)⁣ ⁣ This polaroid is the last known photograph of John and Ringo together.⠀ ⁣ ⁣ The Plaza Hotel, 768 5th Ave, New York, 15 November 1980.

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