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Originally posted 08/10/2009 11:20AM
She may be the youngest Beatle scion at age 5, but Paul McCartney's daughter Beatrice enjoys grooving to another legendary 1960s rock band.
"She likes the Beach Boys," Beatrice's mother, Heather Mills, told PEOPLE at Saturday's Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge at Blue Star Jets Field in Bridgehampton, N.Y. Her favorite song to sing? "God Only Knows" from Pet Sounds, the classic Beach Boys album that traditionally dukes it out with the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper for the title of greatest album ever.
"She's always been into music. It's innate," Mills said. "And she's a great dancer."
Originally posted 01/11/2009 11:45AM
Ringing in the New Year means a fresh new start and a new hairstyle for Heather Mills. The Dancing With the Stars alum revealed a bold new stylish haircut, and says life after a bitter divorce from Paul McCartney is "great."
Chopping off her long golden locks for a cropped, boyish style 'do and opting for a lighter bleached blonde shade, Mills's confident new look was sported on the Today show while announcing her one million dollar donation to a vegan foods charity in New York.
Originally posted 09/21/2008 04:15PM
Move over, McDonald's: After taking to the dance floor last year on Dancing with the Stars, Heather Mills is now focusing on promoting healthy diets for children.
Saturday, Mills donated $1 million worth of veggie burgers, hot dogs and chicken cutlets at a barbecue sponsored by the Hunts Point Alliance for Children in the Bronx, N.Y..
"My plan is to get healthy food out to kids and to get it in the service industry, get it in retail, make a fast-food chain around the world with healthy options and just keep doing my work behind the scenes," Mills, 40, told PEOPLE Sunday.
Originally posted 09/11/2008 03:30PM
Heather Mills is fighting back – again.
Paul McCartney's ex-wife – who received a nearly $50 million divorce settlement in March – is slamming reports that claim she's planning to write a novel loosely based on her own life with a plot that reportedly centers around a model who marries a world-famous rock star.
"These book rumors are nonsense," Mills, 40, tells PEOPLE exclusively. "I am trying to move on, spend time with my daughter and get on with my charitable work. It's been a terrible period for everyone."
Originally posted 05/12/2008 07:45AM
A London High Court judge granted Paul McCartney and Heather Mills a "decree nisi" Monday, bringing their marriage one step closer to a formal end, a court spokesman confirms to PEOPLE.
Under British divorce law, the decree nisi is essentially a preliminary divorce. The McCartneys now must wait six weeks and one day to receive a decree absolute, which ends the marriage completely.
Originally posted 04/12/2008 12:25PM
Never mind the boos: Heather Mills is just out to have a good time.
After the Miss USA audience booed the judge's introduction Friday night in Las Vegas, the former Mrs. Paul McCartney let loose at a pageant afterparty at hot spot Prive.
Mills hit the dancefloor for a couple of hours and showed off some of her Dancing with the Stars moves shortly after midnight (and after a long conversation with Penthouse exec Marc Bell). At one point, Mills – who settled her $50 million divorce deal last month – grooved to the Donna Summer classic "She Works Hard for the Money."
Originally posted 04/11/2008 08:00AM
It'll take more than a gag order to silence Heather Mills.
Under the terms of her recent divorce deal – valued at around $50 million – she's forbidden to discuss ex-husband Paul McCartney. But that didn't stop Mills from weighing in on the new women in his life.
"I think he's got three different girlfriends," she told Britain's GMTV morning show on Friday. "So I wish all the girls the best of luck."
Originally posted 04/04/2008 09:15AM
Though Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono have long been said to have a frosty relationship, John Lennon's widow has some warm words for McCartney's recent ex, Heather Mills.
"All I can say is, it's not very easy for a woman to be associated with The Beatles," Ono, 75, tells Britain's Sky News. "I think all the wives did suffer, and I think quietly suffer. Suffer but endured, I would actually say."
Moving forward, Ono advises Mills, 40, to "do her very best and try to survive".
Originally posted 03/18/2008 08:15PM
Heather Mills sought money for horses she doesn't ride and wine she doesn't drink, says a judge who found her divorce-settlement demands "unreasonable, indeed exorbitant."
In court documents in her case against Paul McCartney, Mills estimated her living expenses, including millions of dollars yearly for housekeepers, helicopter pilots, clothes, chauffeur and security guards.
Originally posted 03/18/2008 03:50PM
She may have been soaked with water during divorce proceedings, but Paul McCartney's lawyer Fiona Shackleton has stepped away from the court battle a hugely popular woman – even, as our photo editors point out, drawing comparisons to two other famous Brits: the late Princess Diana and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
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