• Heather Anne Mills McCartney is a British businesswoman, social media personality and former model.
• She was born in Aldershot, Hampshire, England.
• She is best known as the ex-wife of Paul McCartney, a famous British singer and songwriter.
• Heather wrote her autobiography ‘Out on a Limb’ in 1995 and founded the Heather Mills Health Trust, which helps people who have lost limbs to land mines to buy prosthetics.
• She is an avid dancer and animal lover, and is the spokesperson for Viva!, a British animal rights organization.
Who is Heather Anne Mills McCartney?
Heather Anne Mills McCartney was born in Aldershot, Hampshire, England, on January 12, 1968 – her zodiac sign is Capricorn and she is a British national. She is a social media personality, businesswoman and a former modelbut who is perhaps best known as the now ex-wife of Paul McCartney, a famous British singer and songwriter.
Early life and education
Heather grew up in Aldershot alongside her older brother Shane and younger sister Fiona, by their father John ‘Mark’ Francis Mills who was a parachutist, photographer and car mechanic and their mother Beatrice Mary Mills who was born in India during World War II. World War – her parents met while they were both attending Newcastle University.
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Beatrice’s father was against her marrying John and so he did not attend the wedding and only saw Beatrice one more time before he died.
Heather grew up alongside her dog, cat and a goose, while the family also had a goat that was allowed in freely. She studied at Usworth Grande Primary School before moving to Usworth Comprehensive School, both in Washington, County Durham. Heather later claimed that she and her neighbor Margaret Ambler were kidnapped and raped by a pool attendant when she was eight, and for invading her privacy, Margaret sued Heather to win £5,000, while Heather also had to pay legal fees which amounted to £54,000 .
Heather and her sister Fiona have both claimed their father was violent towards them after his wife left him for famed British actor Charles Henry Stapley – according to the girls, John forced them to shoplift because he had no money to buy them food and clothes. to buy. and he once threw the girls’ brother out the window, and he had to be hospitalized.
Heather moved to Clapham in London after her father was sentenced to 18 months in prison, and she and Fiona lived with their mother and her new partner. Heather soon started working in a croissant shop but was fired within a month – she later wrote in her autobiography how she worked at Penrose Jewelers but the store owner Jim Guy standsd: ‘Everything she wrote about me was lies, I never gave her a job; she just hung out and made tea.
She told me her father was dead. The only thing that was true was that she stole stuff from the store.”
In 1986, Heather met a man 10 years her senior, Alfie Karmal, who bought her clothes and jewelry and paid for her breast augmentations. They dated for two years before Heather told him she got a modeling contract and moved to Paris. where she actually “worked” as the mistress of George Kazan, a millionaire from Lebanon. She was his mistress for two years, during which time she posed nude for the German sex education manual “The Joys of Love” (“Die Freuden der Liebe”).
After losing half of her left leg, Heather wrote her autobiography “Out on a Limb” in 1995 with the help of Pamela Cockerill, a ghostwriter. The book was published in the US in 2002 as “A Single Step”, and all money made from the sale was donated to Adopt-A-Minefield, which helped clear land mines around the world. Heather received an honorary doctorate from the Open University in 2003 for her philanthropic work and she soon became the vice president of the Limbless Association – in 2004 she won the Human Security Award from the University of California, Irvine. Heather released her second book “Life Balance: The Essential Keys to a Lifetime of Wellbeing” in 2006.
Love life and marriage with Paul
When Heather returned to London from Paris, Heather proposed to Karmal and he accepted, but only if she saw a psychiatrist – Heather saw a psychiatrist twice a week for two months, and on May 6, 1989, she and Karmal were married in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family. The following year she had two ectopic pregnancies, which is why Karmal suggested that she take a vacation to Croatia with his ex-wife. Instead, Heather started dating Milos Pogacar, a Slovenian ski instructor, and they also moved in together in Croatia. The Croatian War broke out not long after and Heather and Milos ran a refugee crisis center in England to help Croatian people escape the war – Heather and Karmal divorced in 1991 and in 1993 Heather was engaged to Raffaele Mincione, who worked for the Industrial Bank of Japan as a bond dealer.
Heather got engaged to Marcus Stapleton in 1995 after only knowing him for 16 days, and in 1999 she got engaged to Chris Terrill but left him five days before the wedding, telling her friends he was an MI6 agent, how he sabotaged her, and that he was gay.
Heather met Paul McCartney in April 1999 at the Dorchester Hotel and they began dating not long after. On July 23, 2001, Paul proposed to Heather, and their wedding took place on June 11, 2002, about four years after Paul’s wife Linda lost her battle with cancer. On October 28, 2003, Heather gave birth to their daughter Beatrice Milly McCartney, but on May 17, 2006, she and Paul divorced, and she received £24.3 million as a settlement (she asked for £125 million) – Heather was also paid £35,000 a year in child support.
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Health problems and leg prosthesis
On August 8, 1993, Heather was hit by a police motorcyclist and suffered punctured lungs and broken ribs, while also losing 6 inches (0.15 m) of her left leg below her knee – she underwent surgery in October 1993 which made her leg even shorter and she had to wear a prosthesis. The police paid Heather £200,000 while she also made about £180,000 selling her story to newspapers – Heather used the money to set up the Heather Mills Health Trust, which helped people who lost limbs to land mines to buy prosthetic arms and legs . It is believed that Heather has helped over 22,000 people obtain prosthetics and in 2001 Ivica Racan, the Prime Minister of Croatia, awarded Heather a medal for helping clear landmines in Croatia.
Hobbies and other interests
Heather is a huge animal lover and is the spokesperson for Viva!, a British animal rights organization. She once traveled to Canada with Paul to stop the seal hunt in the country, but without much success. She is a vegetarian and opened her own restaurant – VBites (Vegan Bites) on July 4, 2009, which was later sold so she could open an even bigger VBites restaurant in May 2013, but closed in September 2017.
An avid dancer, she participated in the dance show “Dancing with the Stars” in 2007 alongside Jonathan Roberts, an American professional ballroom dancer – she also participated in “Dancing on Ice” in January 2010, when she danced with Matt Evers.
Age and height
Heather is 52 years old. She has long blond hair and blue eyes, is 1.73 m tall and weighs about 66 kg. As of September 2020, her ability is estimated to be over $50 million while Paul’s net worth is estimated to be over $1.2 billion.
Who is Paul McCartney?
James Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool, England on June 18, 1942 – his zodiac sign is Gemini and he is a British national. He is perhaps best known as a founding member, co-lead singer and bass guitarist of the British rock band The Beatles.
James was raised alongside his younger brother Michael by their father Fames McCartney, who was a firefighter during World War II, and their mother Mary Patricia, who was a nurse and died when Paul was 14.
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He studied at Stockton Wood Road Primary School before moving to Joseph Williams Junior School, and then in 1953, Paul was one of three boys who passed the 11-Plus test and then enrolled at the prestigious Liverpool Institute.
Paul was 15 years old when he met John Lennon and joined his band The Quarrymen, changing the band’s name to The Beatles in August 1960. The band was and still is hugely popular, and when they broke up in 1970, Paul fell into a depression, but recovered after he and his friends formed the rock band Wings in 1971. Paul is still working on his solo career to this day, after Wings broke up. in 1981.
Paul is also an actor as he appeared in numerous documentaries such as “The Day the Music Died” in 1977, “The Concert for Kampuchea” in 1980 and “All Together Now” in 2008.
He also acted in several action and drama films such as ‘The Cooler’ in 1982, the animated short film ‘Rupert and the Frog Song’ in 1985 and the 10 minute 3D movie ‘Al’s Brain’ in 2009. He also guest starred in the “Alec Baldwin/Christina Aguilera” episode of the late-night comedy sketch show “Saturday Night Live”.
Paul has been using drugs since the start of his singing career. He started smoking marijuana in 1964 after being introduced to it by American singer and author Bob Dylan. Paul was later offered heroin but declined and started using cocaine instead, but stopped after a year as he felt depressed after the effect wore off. In 1966 he started taking LSD and later claimed how it opened his eyes and made him a better person – later he started meditating and doing yoga.
On October 9, 2011, Paul married Nancy Shevell in a small ceremony attended by about 30 people and the two are still together to this day – they had known each other for 20 years before exchanging their vows.