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* It girl, muse and one-time Mrs. Eric Clapton and Mrs. George Harrison, Pattie Boyd, launched her latest photo exhibition at Los Angeles' Morrison Hotel Gallery on Saturday night (05Apr08) by showing off 35 snapshots of her famous friends, mostly including rare and candid pictures of Harrison and Clapton. Monkee Mickey Dolenz thrilled Boyd when he turned up to show his support. Boyd said, It's a wonderful night when I get to see so many people I haven't seen in years. The exhibition, which runs for two weeks, is also on show at Morrison Hotel Gallery locations in La Jolla, California and New York. Los Angeles, California - 05.04.08

Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Muse
Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Muse
Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Muse
Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Muse

* It girl, muse and one-time Mrs. Eric Clapton and Mrs. George Harrison, Pattie Boyd, launched her latest photo exhibition at Los Angeles' Morrison Hotel Gallery on Saturday night (05Apr08) by showing off 35 snapshots of her famous friends, mostly including rare and candid pictures of Harrison and Clapton. Monkee Mickey Dolenz thrilled Boyd when he turned up to show his support. Boyd said, It's a wonderful night when I get to see so many people I haven't seen in years. The exhibition, which runs for two weeks, is also on show at Morrison Hotel Gallery locations in La Jolla, California and New York. George Harrison photograph taken by Pattie Boyd

Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Muse
Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Muse
Pattie Boyd, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Muse

Justin de Villeneuve photographs: Faces of the Sixties at Proud Chelsea - Private View - Wednesday 16th May 2012

at the THT's Lighthouse Gala Auction at Christie's - Monday 21st March 2011

THT's Lighthouse Gala Auction at Christie's - Monday 21st March 2011

George Harrison UK film premiere held at the BFI Southbank - Arrivals. - London, England - Sunday 2nd October 2011

* It girl, muse and one-time Mrs. Eric Clapton and Mrs. George Harrison, Pattie Boyd, launched her latest photo exhibition at Los Angeles' Morrison Hotel Gallery on Saturday night (05Apr08) by showing off 35 snapshots of her famous friends, mostly including rare and candid pictures of Harrison and Clapton. Monkee Mickey Dolenz thrilled Boyd when he turned up to show his support. Boyd said, It's a wonderful night when I get to see so many people I haven't seen in years. The exhibition, which runs for two weeks, is also on show at Morrison Hotel Gallery locations in La Jolla, California and New York. Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney photograph taken by Pattie Boyd

Pad Yatra: A Green Odyssey - gala screening held at - Friday 16th March 2012

Justin de Villeneuve photographs: Faces of the Sixties at Proud Chelsea - Private View - Wednesday 16th May 2012

- Los Angeles, California - Saturday 5th April 2008

Justin de Villeneuve photographs: Faces of the Sixties at Proud Chelsea - Private View - Wednesday 16th May 2012

Hidden Gems Photography Gala Auction, held at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel - Arrivals - London, England - Wednesday 30th November 2011

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