Paul McCartney walks down the aisle... again
While she might have looked excited on the way to wed Sir Paul McCartney, Nancy Shevell emerged holding hands with her new husband displaying a look of pure delight.
As she emerged from Marylebone Register Office as Lady McCartney, Nancy couldn't keep the smile off her face as she beamed alongside Paul.
Love, love me do: Sir Paul and Lady Nancy leave the Marylebone
Register Office, the same place where Paul married his first wife Linda.
The couple were all smiles after they were received with flower petals
from their friends and family. Nancy wore a classic white dress designed
by his fashion designer daughter Stella. pics/afp
The couple were greeted on the steps of the building by friends and family who covered the newlyweds in rose petals. Ahead of the nuptials and with her groom by her side Nancy, who was wearing an ivory flower in her hair, had looked happy and relaxed as they got in the car.
Nancy opted for a demure ivory knee-length gown, thought to be designed by Paul's daughter Stella, which boasted button detail down the front and on the sleeves.
Sir Paul is set to perform a new song as a gift to his new wife at his wedding reception at their home later today.
The former Beatle will unveil the song at the reception on what would have been John Lennon's 71st birthday.
He will also sing the iconic Let It Be and Let Me Roll It. McCartney presented Shevell with a 5-carat square-cut Neil Lane diamond set in a platinum ring.