Mick and Marianne at Hyde Park, June 1969.
Scan - Paul McCartney and Jane Asher, scanned from The Beatles Anthology
“[Jane Asher] met Paul… at a pop concert at the Albert Hall. She was then 17… The Radio Times asked her to go along to the concert with a reporter and give her comments, as a teenager, on the groups. She said the only one worth screaming over was the Beatles. The Beatle she like the look of most, when she caught sight of them in the corridors afterwards, was George.
But it was Paul, who was always a star spotter, who recognized her and shouted after her, which brought the rest of them rushing round her, chatting her up. ‘We all said, ‘Will you marry me’,’ says Paul, ‘which was what we said to every girl at the time.’ They invited her back to their hotel, the Royal Court, for a drink. ‘A rave London bird, the sort we’d always heard about. We thought we were set.’
The others left Paul alone in the bedroom with Jane, after a lot of winking. They spent the evening talking about gravy and what their favourite meal was. ‘I reaized this was the girl for me. I hadn’t tried to grab her or make her. I told her, ‘It appears you’re a nice girl.’” - From The Beatles by Hunter Davies
"When George was away on tour I invited his parents Harold and Louise to come to Paris with me." - Wonderful Today, Pattie Boyd
Pattie Boyd and others in Mary Quant fashions for J.C. Penney, 1966. (♥)
Anna Karina wearing a crown of flowers in Le Petit Soldat, 1960.
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