Mccartney Delighted To Honour Linda's Memory With Exhibition

SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY is ecstatic his late wife LINDA's photographs are finally going on display in the U.K. - because the exhibition will help to keep her memory alive.
A London exhibition of her photos is set to go on show at the James Hyman Gallery on Friday (25Apr08), in what will be the first major display of her work in her adopted Britain.
The art show will also mark the 10th anniversary of the American's death; she lost her battle with breast cancer on 17th April 1998.
And the former Beatle is delighted to be able to honour his "great" wife's memory by putting the collection of works on display.
He says, "Since she passed away, the thing is that you worry that she's not around, so her stuff is not going to be exhibited.
"We work as a family to ensure that her work is still exhibited, so it means that people are exposed who haven't seen it before. It's great for me just to remind people how great she was."


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Linda and Paul have always been up there with Tracey and Hepburn, Romeo and Juliet, Tristan and Isolde, and all the rest of the great lovers in history. I'm not at all surprised he has chosen to exhibit his wife's wonderful photos - I just hope he decides to take it on tour around the world so everyone, and not just the Brits, can enjoy her work. She definitely had talent in the area of photography - but she was the luckiest woman in the world to have had Sir Paul's love, his name, and his children.
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Then go back to Linda, that's where Sir Paul belongs, he'll see her again when he dies for sure.
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linda will always be in the hearts of all. she is part of sir paul, stella, mary, james and your entire extended family.the exhibit is beyond beautiful.thank you lady linda and sir paul for making the world a more beautiful place to be.
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