Paul McCartney's Daughter Beatrice Looks Adorable As The Flower Girl At His Wedding!

Mon, October 10, 2011 1:39pm EST by 3 Comments

Paul’s seven-year-old daughter Beatrice gracefully walked down the aisle on the Oct. 9th wedding! Doesn’t she look SO cute?!

Paul, 69, tied the know to American businesswoman Nancy Shevell, 51, at Marylebone Town Hall in central London. And Paul’s most important little lady was the star of the wedding party!

Beatrice looked angelic as she walked down the aisle in a flowing white dress and lovely pink coat. Beatrice is the youngest of Paul’s five children — and the only one he has with ex-wife Heather Mills. Paul’s other children Heather, Mary, Stella and James, are all from his first marriage with Linda McCartney, who he was married to from 1969 to 1998, when she died of breast cancer.

Paul’s latest elopement is his  third, after his second to Beatrice’s mother — Heather — which ended in a messy divorce in 2008. Heather Mills landed a $40 million divorce settlement after the nasty divorce proceedings ended up in front of a judge.

We think Beatrice looks stunning as the flower girl!

What do you think, Hollymoms? Paul had his youngest daughter be his flower girl — would you do the same if you were getting remarried?

— Nicole Karlis

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