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Sir Paul McCartney looked as excited and thrilled as if it was his first crack at marriage when he tied the knot with his American beauty Nancy Shevell.
Nancy, an American businesswoman - who looks considerably younger than 51 years - was radiant in a knee-length gown thought to be designed by his fashion designer daughter Stella.
She carried a small posy of flowers that matched his buttonhole. He wore a navy suit with a skinny blue tie.
They arrived hand-in-hand for the service at The Old Marylebone Town Hall - the same venue, where he married his late wife Linda.
Outside around 30 guests, including his five children and her 19-year-old son were thought to be present.
Around 200 fans had gathered there a few hours before.
Life-long Beatles fan Chiara Amato said she had sat outside the register office every day since September 29 in anticipation of the couple's wedding.
She said: "This marriage is going to last. She seems to be really nice and deeply in love with him.
"I have been listening to The Beatles since I was six-years-old. I have been to see Sir Paul in concert 27 times."
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