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Paul McCartney Marries, Celebrates with Family, Friends, and Vegan Cake

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All you need is love. The Beatles said it best and yesterday, Sir Paul McCartney showed just that when married his new bride Nancy Shevell in front of 30 guests at Marylebone Town Hall.

The happy couple said I do at the same place McCartney and his first wife Linda married in 1969. It was a special day for the former Beatle who joined Shevell in holy matrimony on what would have been John Lennon’s 71st birthday. Guests included fellow Beatle Ringo Starr, Shevell’s second cousin Barbara Walters and McCartney’s children.

This is the third wife for McCartney who celebrated his nuptials with a reception at his home in St. John’s Wood, located in north London. Family and friends attended including Kate Moss, Twiggy and Jools Holland.

“I feel absolutely wonderful,” McCartney told everyone at the reception. The groom even sang a song to his new wife, which he wrote especially for her.

“There was a lovely song that our kid did, and they had a lovely dance together,” Mike McCartney, Paul’s brother, said. “That was a nice little highlight of the evening.”

The celebration didn’t stop there. In addition to enjoying the music, guests munched on vegetarian dishes and two wedding cakes, one made of chocolate and the other vegan, made with apples.

Sounds like the couple had a lovely wedding day. Congrats!

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