Paul McCartney to marry in Town Hall in London
By Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY
Paul McCartney plans to tie the knot for the third time in the same place where he wed wife Linda more than 40 years ago.
Officials said Friday that McCartney and fiancee Nancy Shevell have posted a notice of intention to marry at London's Marylebone Town Hall.
third time's a charm? ..I wish him luck this time..
call me a cynic - but why.....nah I'm not even going to say it.
Good luck to them both!!!
I think Mr. McCartney is missing the companionship he had with his wife Linda. That's why he took to that 2nd wife and now 3rd wife.
I think he misses his original wife so much and to fill the void, make relationships with other women.
Poor(rich)old Paul! Sorry to say, I think he's lost some of his marbles. This constant marrying business of his reminds me of Elisabeth Tailor for some reason. Can he just donate a part of his capital to charities... if you know what I mean?
I think he is trying to find what he had with Linda again. It's a bit sad.
I think it's great and I wish them both the best. Paul and Linda were friends with Nancy and her first husband so they have known each other for a long time and the kids really like her. Also, it's not like she wants him for his money, she's got plenty of her own. I think she's just what he needs in his life. The only part I wouldn't like is getting married at the same place he married Linda. Unfortunately, the media will keep the ghost of Linda forever hovering over anyone Paul McCartney ever gets involved with.
As for donating a part of his capital to charities, this is a list of just some of the charities supported by Paul McCartney
21st Century Leaders
Aid Still Required
American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign
Children With Leukaemia
David Lynch Foundation
Dorset Wildlife Trust
Great Ormond Street Hospital
Humane Society International
Keep A Child Alive
Make Poverty History
Natural Resources Defense Council
No More Landmines
Society for Animal Protective Legislation
Watering Seeds Organization
Whatever It Takes
Worldwide Orphans Foundation
This reminds me of a quote by another pop star with multiple marriages - Rod Stewart (at least I think it was him). He's supposed to have said after his last marriage ended, "I'm not going to bother with marriage any more. I'm just going to find a woman I don't like, and give her a house."
I'm happy he's marrying someone who is NOT a gold digger this item.This lady has brains,achievements and money..so it's love this time..
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