Fiancee Nancy Shevell and former Beatle Paul McCartney have posted notice of their intent to marry, at the same central London spot where the Beatle married his first wife in 1969.
American Nancy Shevell, 51, and Paul McCartney, 69, posted wedding banns Wednesday at the Westminster Register Office, a.k.a. Old Marylebone Town Hall. They must wait 16 days after posting the marriage banns, then they have a year from that 'go' date to get the civil ceremony done.
It's a second marriage for Nancy Shevell, an executive at a transportation company based in New Jersey who's also been on the board of New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Paul McCartney in 1969 married Linda Eastman, who died of breast cancer in 1988. He and Heather Mills wed in 2002, then split in 2008 with an acrimonious divorce that included a court-ordered settlement of nearly $50 million.
On the banns posted Wednesday, Paul McCartney gave his profession as 'business executive', with his multi-millionaire future wife listed simply as an 'executive'.
The register office is described by Britain's Independent newspaper as 'the venue of choice for countless loved-up celebrities from the Beatles onwards', with an impressive marble entry and four 'marriage rooms'.
Too bad Nancy Shevell and Paul McCartney didn't wait until January or February - could've gotten a 20 percent discount on a winter wedding.