Paul McCartney to Wed This Weekend!
Celebrity News September 13, 2011 AT 4:14PM By UsWeekly Staff
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All they need is love!
Sir Paul McCartney will marry love Nancy Shevell this weekend at his farmhouse in Sussex, England, a source confirms to Us Weekly.
"It will be a small, intimate wedding," the source explains. "It's going to be very elegant and classic."
Another bash is planned for Shevell's home turf of Manhattan, the source adds: "They are having a big party in New York to celebrate later on."
Citing a source, British paper Daily Mirror also reports that the couple "will be marrying imminently...they are very excited and almost everything in place."
The former Beatle, 69, proposed to NYC businesswoman Shevell, 51, in April with a $650,000 engagement ring.
This will be the third marriage for the legendary rocker. His first wife, Linda, died of cancer at the age of 56 in 1998; married for 30 years, they had three children together. McCartney's second marriage to Heather Mills in 2002 ended with a messy, expensive divorce in 2008.http://www.usmagazine.com/celebritynews/news/paul-mccartney-to-wed-this-weekend-2011139
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November 6, 2007, 3:49 pm
The Beatle and the M.T.A. Board Member
By SEWELL CHAN
Nancy Shevell, the M.T.A. board member who has been romantically linked to Paul McCartney. (Photo: Metropolitan Transportation Authority)
It would seem improbable for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to be fodder for the British tabloids. But the London newspapers — and now The Daily News and The New York Post — are in a tizzy today with reports that Paul McCartney is having a romantic relationship with Nancy Shevell, who was appointed by Gov. George E. Pataki to the M.T.A. board in 2001.
Mr. McCartney, the former Beatle, is getting divorced from his second wife, Heather Mills McCartney. Ms. Shevell is the chairwoman of the M.T.A. committee that oversees capital construction, planning and real estate, and as such she plays an important oversight role for the Second Avenue subway project, which is estimated to cost around $5 billion for its first phase.
While the New York tabloids describe Ms. Shevell as married, her husband, Bruce A. Blakeman, a prominent Republican lawyer and a member of the board of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, said in an e-mail message: “I am legally separated from Nancy. The separation is amicable and mutual.”
The Sun, a British tabloid that is part of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, reported that Ms. Shevell, 47, and Mr. McCartney, 65, spent last weekend together in the Hamptons. According to The Sun, the two ate at an East Hampton restaurant on Friday, visited each other’s mansions on Saturday, and embraced before sharing a breakfast on Sunday at a cafe.
There are similar articles in a variety of other British media, including The Telegraph, a conservative broadsheet, The Mirror, a tabloid. The Daily Mail reported that Ms. Shevell recently met with Mr. McCartney at a London hotel.
Ms. Shevell, a graduate of Arizona State University, is a vice president of her family’s businesses, New England Motor Freight and the Shevell Group of Companies. Ms. Shevell joined New England Motor Freight, based in Elizabeth, N.J., in 1983, according to her biography on the M.T.A. Web site. She is a breast cancer survivor. Mr. McCartney’s first wife, Linda, died of breast cancer in 1998.
Until recently, Ms. Shevell was known as Nancy Shevell Blakeman. Mr. Blakeman is a commissioner of the Port Authority. He, too, was appointed by Governor Pataki. He was the majority leader on the Nassau County Legislature from 1996 to 1999. Mr. Blakeman is a partner at Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Greenberg, Formato & Einiger in Lake Success, N.Y.
The Blakemans have been active in Republican circles and have given contributions to Governor Pataki and President Bush. A woman who answered the telephone at a Manhattan residence for the Blakemans said today that no one was available for comment. Asked for a comment, Paul Freundlich, a New York-based spokesman for Mr. McCartney, replied by e-mail, “We don’t comment on Paul’s private and personal or business affairs.”
Mr. McCartney’s divorce from his wife has been a messy and public affair. The couple announced their separation last year. In an emotional televised interview that has been widely distributed on the Internet, Mrs. McCartney said last week that she had contemplated suicide because of the negative public attention that had surrounded the divorce. Mrs. McCartney, an advocate against land mines, was formerly a fashion model. She lost a leg after being hit by a police motorcycle in 1993.http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/11/06/the-beatle-and-the-mta-board-member/?hp#h
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