Sir Paul McCartney has chosen to marry his partner, Nancy Shevall, in a “quiet London ceremony” sometime this year – contradicting speculation that the couple may have a big celebration.
The Telegraph confirmed that for the pair’s wedding venue, London has been earmarked as the city of choice; however the specific details are yet to be announced.
This will mark McCartney’s third wedding, which is perhaps why he has chosen to have only a small celebration. A source close to the musician told the press: “Paul loves Nancy very much but does not want a big wedding.”
At his last wedding in 2002, wherein he married Heather Mills, McCartney reportedly spent thousands only flower arrangements alone. The pair were wed in a lavish ceremony at a castle and a firework display topped off the proceedings.
However the wedding wasn’t enough to keep the couple together, as they divorced in 2006 – leaving Mills with a settlement that worked out to £17,000 for each day they were married.
Although the wedding between McCartney and Shevall will be slightly less extravagant, the engagement ring certainly was not. Aol.co.uk revealed that when McCartney proposed to Shevall back in May, he presented her with a “vintage Cartier diamond ring.”