Oct. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Paul McCartney will marry Nancy Shevell in London tomorrow, the Mirror reported, citing a person close to the musician and former member of the Beatles that it didn’t identify.
Thirty guests will attend the ceremony at Westminster Register Office, after McCartney, 69, got special dispensation from the local council to get married on a Sunday, the newspaper said. Shevell, 51, is a U.S. heiress, the paper said.
The reception for tomorrow’s wedding will be held in a marquee in the garden of McCartney’s London home, according to the Mirror. Guests will dine on an entirely vegetarian three-course meal mostly made with organic produce, which McCartney’s daughter Stella helped choose, the newspaper said. His brother, Mike, will be best man, the newspaper said.
It will be McCartney’s third marriage, after first wife Linda Eastman, whom he married in 1969, died of breast cancer in 1998 and following a divorce from second wife Heather Mills in 2006, according to the Mirror. Mills was awarded 24 million pounds ($32 million) and 35,000 pounds a year payments to support their daughter in a court-ruling on the divorce, the Mirror said.
A spokesman for McCartney declined to comment, according to the Mirror.
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