Mills To Open Up About Mccartney Marriage For Tv Special

HEATHER MILLS is set to reveal all about her marriage to SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY in an upcoming British TV interview.
The Beatles legend wed the former glamour model in 2002, but the couple separated in 2006, leading to an ugly public divorce battle.
The union was officially dissolved in 2008 and the veteran musician was ordered to hand over $38.9 million (£24.3 million) of his fortune to Mills, as well as annual payments for the former couple's young daughter, Beatrice.
MCCartney recently admitted the marriage was one of the biggest mistakes of his life - and now Mills is preparing to expose her feelings about the time they spent together for U.K. show Shrink Rap.
In a preview of the interview, Mills reveals she was flattered when the Hey Jude icon pursued her for months after they first met.
She says, "As much as those who didn't know us want to dismiss it, those around us know we were very, very in love. I was pursued for a few months. It was very flattering. How could you say no?"


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Once again, Mills is going to find herself in very hot water. She signed an agreement in court to keep her big fat lying mouth shut about her marriage to Sir Paul.Why doesn't she just shut up once & for all!
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I was thinking the same thing--did nt she sign a confideniality agreement? Is there such a thing as contempt in the British courts? If she does persue this i hope the judge throws the book at her!
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