At least, it will be as long as the third time really is the charm in his case. The former Beatles singer is set to be married for the third time to his stunning ladylove Nancy Shevell, and though he dropped a pretty chunk of change on her antique engagement ring, it looks as though the couple will be keeping things fairly modest for their big day.
Speaking to the New York Post, Shevell merely noted that they would be tying the knot in a small, civil ceremony. "I don't know the exact date," she told the news source. "And don't ask what I'll wear because how dressy do you get to stand before a Justice of the Peace in his chambers, which is exactly what we're going to do?"
As Paul and his band members famously said, money can't buy you love, and it looks like this happy couple will be setting a prime example for lovers everywhere who want meaning to take precedence over extravagance on their wedding day.
Keeping things relatively intimate is a good option for couples who want to focus the attention on those who matter most to them. Overspending on wedding favors won't be required either - a simple glass photo coaster or beeswax honeycomb candle favor will be enough to show guests a token of your appreciation.