Maybe I'm amazed Paul McCartney is blaming his split from wife Heather Mills McCartney on the media. Honestly, I expected better from a knight.
Funny, well not ha ha funny, but his 30-year marriage to Linda only ended when she died of breast cancer. I’m sure there was plenty of media “interference” during those three decades.
While the constant intrusion of the media must be almost intolerable for someone of Sir Paul’s visibility, it’s how you and your spouse choose to cope and treat each other as a result of that lack of privacy that speaks to the sincerity of your love and the strength of your union.
At least, that’s the way it seems to me.
The relationship started off well enough. He was a widower and she was an activist for some of his favorite causes; they met up at a charity event.
And what wedding that takes place at an Irish castle and features a truckload of Guinness (literally) and a vegetarian feast can lead to anything but greatness? Sir Paul's, apparently.
Macca, where was my invitation? If I had been there to toast the happy bride and groom, with dark, frothy pint in hand, your marriage would have experienced nothing but good luck from thence onward.
Really, you try to help people, but they just won’t be helped!
Well, with a little luck and a lot of money (he’s one of the richest people in the world), Sir Paul will get back into the relationship thing before long.
And who knows, maybe the 63-year-old legend will stop dying his hair now. (I’m not one to talk about men’s looks, or about hair for that matter, but I just hate phony, ya know?)
Sir Paul, just make music – not excuses for your failed marriage.