Hello, gentle blog reader and Beatles fan,
Well, after the death of Linda and that hell that was called “Heather,” Paul has finally found true love –the third time’s a charm – with an old friend:
Abbey Road has been the sight of countless happy memories for Paul McCartney. But as he strolled down the famous London street with Nancy Shevell on his arm, he looked at his most contented.
The ex-Beatle, 65, looked full of joy as he and Miss Shevell slowly walked down the street to pay a quick house call to his son James in nearby St John’s Wood.
Sir Paul and the elegantly wrapped-up New York heiress contentedly laughed and chatted, giving photographers every opportunity to take their snaps.
Content: Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell strolled arm-in-arm down Abbey Road on the way to visit his son James
After a few minutes in the house, they were happy to wave and smile before heading back to Sir Paul’s home, which is just around the corner from the iconic recording studios.
It is now a year since he started dating Miss Shevell, 47. The couple were first pictured in a passionate embrace in the front of his car last November.
Initially, the couple kept a low-profile in the wake of his divorce from Heather Mills, but were snapped frolicking in the sea and enjoying romantic walks on a trip to Antigua in April.
In the summer they went on a month-long road trip across the US prompting speculation that the love affair was becoming increasingly serious.
Sir Paul waved happily to photographers as he walked along the famous street
In August, the pair went public with their relationship for the first time, taking an impromptu stroll arm in arm outside his London home.
Miss Shevell has also spent time at Sir Paul’s secluded East Sussex home, which he bought as a wedding gift for first wife Linda in 1969.
Miss Shevell, who is vice president of her family’s £250million transport firm, is still finalising her divorce from politician husband Bruce Blakeman.
In recent months speculation has mounted that the pair will get engaged next year.
He also recently penned a romantic ballad to her under the pseudonym The Fireman called Lifelong Passion.
However, Sir Paul’s adult children Stella, Mary and James are said to be completely against the idea of their father marrying so soon after his messy divorce from Miss Mills, 40.
She and estranged husband Bruce Blakeman first became friends with Sir Paul and first wife Linda during the early 1990s.
A breast cancer survivor, Miss Shevell has raised hundred of thousands of pounds for charity. Her family background, elegance and demeanour have already led to comparisons with Linda.
Sir Paul’s marriage to former model Heather Mills, with whom he has a four year old daughter Beatrice, ended in May. She was awarded £24.3million in the divorce settlement.