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Stars turn out for Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell's wedding reception
Celebrities including Ronnie Wood, Twiggy and Ringo Starr, along with Stella and Mike McCartney, attend the former Beatle's wedding reception.
Family and friends from the world of showbusiness attended the reception to celebrate Sir Paul McCartney's marriage to Nancy Shevell.
The party was held at the former Beatle's north London home.
Ex-band mate Ringo Starr said his message for the couple was "peace and love".
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood said he wished the couple a "very happy future" as he walked into the party.
Many of the stars brought their children as the reception was intended to be a low key, family affair.
Earlier in the day the happy couple were showered with confetti as they posed for pictures outside the registery office, where Sir Paul had also married his first wife Linda.
Paul McCartney walks down the aisle
October 09, 2011
By the CNN Wire Staff
Fans and friends of Paul McCartney gathered in central London Sunday to watch the ex-Beatle walk down the aisle for the third time, as he married girlfriend Nancy Shevell.
The couple arrived together just before 3:30 p.m., the groom in a blue suit and the bride in a long-sleeved white gown with a white flower in her hair.
Both wore outfits by McCartney's fashion designer daughter Stella, said Monique Jessen of People magazine.
The crowd of hundreds went wild when they appeared, with one well-wisher saying of the match: "It just seems right."
McCartney, 69, and his 51-year-old bride left Marylebone Town Hall about an hour later and waved to crowds while being showered with confetti, before arriving at McCartney's home.
Ringo Starr, the only other surviving former Beatle, was there, as was iconic U.S. television host Barbara Walters, who reportedly played a role in introducing McCartney and Shevell, an American trucking heiress.
Walters is Shevell's second cousin, she said on her show "The View" in 2007.
McCartney and Shevell got engaged in May, a McCartney representative told CNN at the time.
The wedding took place at the same venue where McCartney married his first wife, Linda, in 1969.
She died of breast cancer, aged 56, in 1998.
A memorial service for her two months later was the first time McCartney, Starr and George Harrison appeared together in public since the Beatles split in 1970.
John Lennon, the fourth member of the band, was shot dead in New York in 1980.
Shevell, the bride, is the daughter of a New Jersey trucking magnate. She is an executive at her father's company, New England Motor Freight, and a 10-year member of New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
She was married once before, to lawyer Bruce Blakeman, who is active in Republican and Jewish circles in New York state. He ran unsuccessfully for Senate against Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand last year.
Her father's company has annual revenues of about $400 million, says Blakeman's biography on his law firm's website.
Press reports say they have a 19-year-old son.
Alison Cathcart, who performed McCartney's third wedding, called the venue "a rock 'n' roll place to tie the knot."
Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit married there, as did Melanie Griffiths and Antonio Banderas.
Cathcart has conducted marriage services for celebrities including Sylvester Stallone and Joan Collins, Westminster City Council says.
Sunday would have been John Lennon's 71st birthday
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