Paul McCartney and NANCY SHEVELL's wedding ceremony is expected to take place today, an event that will feature all sorts of links to the beatle's life to date. Not only will the ceremony occur on what would've been his great song writing partner John Lennon's 71st birthday, but it will also take place at the same location where he married first wife Linda Eastman back in 1969, at the Marylebone Registry Office.
The Daily Record reports that the pair seemed in relaxed mood this morning, with the bride-to-be spotted heading to the gym while MCCartney also left their home looking casual in a black fleece. After the ceremony, where just 30 guests will reportedly attend, a reception will take place in the back garden of their home in St. John's Wood, North London where Paul apparently has a big surprise for Shevell, having penned a song about her that he'll perform. The track will appear alongside 'Let It Be,' which he is rumoured to have played to her on one of the pair's first holidays together in Morocco as well Wings track 'Let Me Roll It' as it's his fianc'e's favourite and contains the line "You gave me loving in the palm of my hand."
Fans and reporters have already descended outside both the registry office and the pair's home, MCCartney cheerfully addressed them as he left the house yesterday saying "Hi guys, thanks for coming out. We're looking forward to it. See you."