Former pop star Cilla Black has failed to congratulate her old pal Sir Paul McCartney on his third wedding after she was snubbed from the nuptials.
The Beatles legend married American heiress Nancy Shevell in October (11), and invited a series of famous friends including Ringo Starr, Ronnie Wood and Kate Moss to the lavish reception at his London home.
But one person not down on the list was Alfie hitmaker Black, who has been pals with MCCartney since before the rocker found fame in the 1960s, when she worked at the Cavern Club in their native Liverpool, England, where the Beatles honed their craft.
Black says, "No. I was Nfi'd - not flipping invited! I was away at the time actually, but it would have been nice to have been asked."
And the beloved Brit admits she has not sent the newlyweds her best wishes after missing out on their big day, adding: "I'm a bit naughty really, I never sent congratulations or anything like that. But Scouse (Liverpool) people are like that.
"We think with our heads but we don't put it down on paper and we should do, in more ways than one. But no, I was Nfi'd."
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