Ex-Beatle McCartney to serenade heiress bride

By REUTERS
October 9, 2011 13:12

 
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LONDON - Former Beatle Paul McCartney marries American heiress Nancy Shevell in London on Sunday and will serenade her with a song written in her honor, media reports say.

McCartney will wed the divorced New Yorker in a civil ceremony at London's Marylebone Register Office before 30 invited guests, ahead of a reception in his back garden in north London, the reports say.

The 69-year-old singer-songwriter, whose success in writing some of the world's most enduring pop classics with the Beatles has helped him to amass a fortune of hundreds of millions of dollars, is marrying for the third time.

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