After his multi-millionaire payout to Heather Mills when their marriage ended, Paul McCartney might be expected to want a pre-nup.
Ever the romantic, the Beatles legend turned down the offer of one from his American fiancée Nancy Shevell, reports the Daily Mail.
As he did when he wed Heather, his second wife.
The elegant business executive has, however, signed a short legal document, giving up the right to make any claim on the trust funds of his children and grandchildren.
His divorce from Heather stipulates he must protect the trust of Beatrice, their seven-year-old daughter.
Macca is expected to marry Nancy in the next few months in what they say will be 'a small family affair'.
The pair arrived hand in hand to post notice of the wedding on Wednesday at Marylebone Register Office in London – where he wed his beloved first wife Linda.
She died after a struggle with breast cancer in 1998.
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