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Pattie Boyd

September 5, 2010

Sixties model Pattie Boyd, big eyes, voluptuous lips …

Pattie Boyd and Celia Hammond

Some photographers didn’t like her prominent front teeth.

She was cast as a schoolgirl fan in
the Beatles film “A Hard Days Night” (1964).

Married George Harrison in 1965.

George himself had some teeth …

He wrote “Something” for her.

Pattie wasn’t your regular groupie,
she fenced off John Lennon and Mick Jagger …

She had a brief affair with Ron Wood when George was seeing Krissy Findlay.
And she left George after she caught him with Ringo Starr’s wife Maureen.

Eric Clapton had fallen in love with Pattie, but because Pattie was holding
him off, he started something with the 17-year-old, younger sister Paula.

Paula Boyd.

Paula left Eric Clapton after she heard Derek and the Dominos
song “Layla” was about her sister Pattie.

Pattie and Eric married in 1979.
And divorced ten years later.

Pattie Boyd nowadays.

Her autobiography “Wonderful Today: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Me”,
in the U.S. “Wonderful Tonight” came out in 2007.

From → groupie

  1. Pattie Boyd was not at all a groupie. She was a nice young lady who met George one evening and turned him down for a date telling him she already had a boyfriend.

    • To even use the word “groupie” is not to understand it. This is a woman whom married two different rock stars 14 years apart. A wife. Many giant songs written about her as well. These men loved her. Most of her husbands friends seemed to want some too! Lol. Groupie?… you might want to think about editing that word out. Use wife and MUSE. Wrongly categorized.

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