PAUL McCARTNEY and NANCY SHEVELL
~from courtship to happily ever after~
The events and adventures of Paul and Nancy...
Morning of the Wedding- Preparations Continue!
Paul and Nancy head to the gym for a workout on the morning of their wedding!
Armfuls of delicate blush-coloured roses and white hydrangeas have been delivered. The marquee has been erected and bottles of bubbly are chilling.
And if there was any doubt that Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell were planning to seal their four-year courtship by tying the knot on Sunday then you only had to look at the couple’s giddy smiles for confirmation.
No official statement was released. But on Saturday the Beatles legend did tell wellwishers outside his home in London’s upmarket St John’s Wood district: “Hi guys. Thanks for coming. We’re looking forward to it. See you guys.”
Macca and his bride spent the day before their wedding at a local synagogue marking Yom Kippur - the elegant brunette is Jewish.
The ceremony was due to take place, with just 30 family members and close friends present, at Marylebone Register Office, a short distance away from the three-storey pad the pop star bought for £40,000 in 1965. After a service costing just £1,540, a reception will be held at his home.
Dumagin Grande, a little known but delicious brand of champagne, will be served at a cost of £26.50 a bottle.
Some hundred chairs are now standing in the marquee and an awning has been erected at the entrance to the property. Guests making their way through this will, of course, include the happy couple’s children.
Nancy has a 19-year-old son named Arlen from her first marriage. Meanwhile, the groom is father to adopted daughter Heather, Linda’s daughter from a previous relationship, photographer Mary, fashion designer Stella, musician James and Beatrice, his seven-year-old girl with Heather.