Marylebone Register Office, Westminster London: The Rock & Roll Place To Get Married

Paul McCartney has posted a notice of intention to get married below at the now famous London’s Marylebone Register Office to his soon to be bride Nancy Shevell.

Marylebone Register Office Paul McCartney Wedding Westminster London

Paul is set to tie the knot at the same venue of his first marriage Linda Eastman more than 40 years ago on March 12, 1969.

Paul McCartney Linda Eastman Wedding Marylebone Register Office

Westminster Register Office, also known as Old Marylebone Town Hall has also been the location for several other high profile Rock & Roll marriages.  Ringo Starr married second wife Barbara Bach at Marylebone on April 27, 1981.

Ringo Starr Barbara Bach Wedding Marylebone Register Office

Liam Gallagher wed both his wives at Westminster Register Office.  First he married Patsy Kensit on April 7, 1997.

Liam Gallagher Patsy Kensit Wedding Westminster Register Office Marylebone

Liam then married Nicole Appleton February 14, 2008 “Valentines Day” 11 years later at Marylebone.

Liam Gallagher Nicole Appleton Wedding Westminster Register

The wedding of Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour & Polly Samson was held at Marylebone on July 29, 1994.

David Gilmour Pink Floyd Polly Samson Wedding Marylebone Register Office

Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders as well as actors Melanie Griffth and Antonio Banderas married there as well.  If you ever want to tie the knot at a low profile yet high profile place, here’s the link to the Westminster Register Office.

UPDATE: Here’s a photo of the aforementioned wedding of Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell as they walk down the stairs of the Westminster Register Office on October 11, 2011.

Paul McCartney Nancy Shevell Wedding Westminster Register Office Maryleborne Linda

Luckily, Paul didn’t marry 2nd wife Heather Mills at this location.

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  1. AlfinaHawaii says:

    Well, I guess Paul tries to rekindle the memory of his first marriage ceremony – simplistic yet lasting for almost thirty years, on his third one.

    I do feel a bit sorry for Nancy Shevell, however – she will never NOT living under Linda’s shadow and memory. Even being the next Lady McCartney won’t change that.

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