Before Heather Mills’ divorce, Paul McCartney “snubbed Trump’s prenup advice”: “Idiotic.”
SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY allegedly ignored Donald Trump’s prenuptial advise before marrying and subsequently divorcing Heather Mills, which the former President called “idiotic.”
At 7:55 p.m., BBC Two will air ‘Paul McCartney at the BBC.’
The show will include a collection of songs from the musician’s post-Beatles career, including appearances on Top of the Pops and the Electric Proms. The show will also feature behind-the-scenes video and interviews, including one with Bob Mortimer, a die-hard Beatles fan.
‘Paul McCartney at The Cavern Club’ airs on BBC Two at 9:25 p.m. later that evening.
Paul’s performance at the legendary Liverpool theater, where the Beatles cut their teeth in the early 1960s, is seen in three-year-old film on the episode.
Around 250 people packed the arena to hear a show that included both Fab Four oldies and songs from his solo album, ‘Egypt Station.’
Paul’s life and relationships have been very much in the public view since his international recognition with the Beatles in the 1960s.
Paul married Heather Mills, a former model and anti-landmine crusader, in 2002, and the pair had a kid the following year.
However, in April 2006, the couple split up, and in March 2008, they divorced amicably.
Ms Mills received £24.3 million as part of her divorce settlement.
At the time of Paul and Heather’s divorce, former US President Donald Trump claimed that he advised the Beatles to get a prenuptial agreement before marrying their wives.
“He insisted on no prenup, and it’s going to cost him a lot of money,” Mr Trump told CNN’s late Larry King.
“I also told him…” Prenuptial agreements are difficult to come by.
“So there’s nothing really beautiful about it,” she says, “but in our world, with the long courts and cruel lawyers and all the difficulties, if you have money or think you’ll have money, you have to have a prenuptial agreement.”
Mr. Trump, who has been divorced twice, married Melania Trump in 2005, a year before he attacked Paul.
After Paul supposedly allowed infatuation to cloud his judgment, the former President, who is known for being blunt and direct, even referred to the singer’s action as “idiotic.”
“I know I sound like a broken record, but obtain a prenup,” Mr Trump said in 2006, according to Contactmusic.
“I don’t give a damn how much you make. “Brinkwire Summary News.”