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Sir Paul's wedding will be just a small family affair
« on: September 19, 2011, 12:33:04 AM »

Daily Mail.UK
September 16, 2011

Sir Paul's wedding will be just a small family affair (In contrast to the £1.5m he lavished on his wedding to Heather)

Sir Paul McCartney will marry his American fiancee at the same London venue in which he wed late wife Linda more than 40 years ago, the Daily Mail can reveal.The former Beatle posted banns at Westminster Register Office, meaning he could marry Nancy Shevell there as soon as next month. His fiancee has said it will be a ‘small family affair’ in contrast to the lavish £1.5 million ceremony when he married second wife Heather Mills.Sir Paul and heiress Miss Shevell, 51, arrived in person to hand in the ‘notices’ earlier this week. They were posted by officials on Wednesday evening. Legally, the couple have a year from October 1 to marry in the venue, which is based in Marylebone Town Hall and is more commonly known as Marylebone Register Office. If they decide to wed elsewhere, they have to post new banns.


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Daily Mail
September 16, 2011
McCartney's fiancée Nancy Shevell offered a pre-nup but he refused

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Re: Sir Paul's wedding will be just a small family affair
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2011, 09:26:06 PM »

 I think it is so sweet that he's marring Nancy Shevell in the same place he married Linda. Nancy seems like a much better fit for him -- at least, it seems that way to me, even though I've never met either of them.

I hope they are truly happy.

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