Paul McCartney has married fiance and American heiress Nancy Shevell at a ceremony held at the Old Marylebone Town Hall register office, the same location where he married first wife Linda McCartney in 1998.
Shevell, 51, is an American Heiress to a multi-billion haulage fortune and according to snoops she was far more liked by daughter Stella McCartney than previous wife Heather Mills who famously feuded with Stella. In fact the white wedding dress with long-sleeves Shevell chose to wear for the ceremony was designed by Stella. Paul wore a dark suit with a white shirt and blue tie for the ceremony.
While the ceremony was closed to the public hundreds of fans had been slowly gathering outside of the registry since September 29 in anticipation that the Beatle and his fiance would soon wed.
According to fans the wedding party spent just over an hour inside the building before emerging where fans and family members threw confetti in celebration of McCartney’s newest nuptials.
After the wedding a reception was held at the couples home in St John Wood.
When asked how he felt about being married again Paul responded:
“Terrific, thank you. I feel married,” adding, “I feel absolutely wonderful.”
Before this marriage Mrs. Shevell was married to American lawyer Bruce Blakeman for 20 years.
Shevell and McCartney first announced their engagement in May, four years after they met in the Hampton’s area and began dating.
When asked if she’ll stay in New York where she is a board members for the transportation authority and vice-president of her family haulage business she said she would “love” to stay in the wouldn’t United States but would “probably” move to England.