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Paul McCartney's Newest Girlfriend Nancy Shevell Goes Vegetarian

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PETA’s president, Ingrid Newkirk, has one rule about veggie dating: vegetarians must always date meat-eaters! Wait, what?! You would think that the founder of the nation’s leading animal rights organization would encourage inter-veggie lovin, but not so much. In fact, Ingrid believes that vegetarians have a duty to share the joys of the herbivorous diet by using the single best human tactic available: a little bit of snuggle action. Maybe it sounds a little out there, but it looks like it’s working for Paul McCartney!

Rumor has it that McCartney’s vegetarian lifestyle has worn off on his newest flame, Nancy Shevell. After only a few months of dating, Shevell has denounced all meat products and even ditched her famous crocodile skin purses.

A source close to Shevell says, “Nancy has… given up her beloved steaks, which shocked us. When they traveled around America this summer, they lived on avocado sandwiches and tomato soup. Now Nancy orders veggie food all the time.”

Paul is famous for his vegetarian influence and has been credited for converting ex-wife (and Ecorazzi bad girl) Heather Mills to the veg side. Of course he’s also the father of eco-designer Stella McCartney, and who could forget the lovely Linda McCartney who even has a vegetarian food line in her memory. Now if only he could get chef Gordon Ramsay to veg!

via: starpulse.com

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