Isn’t it funny that in the end he did have two wives and a kid to support?
Good Day Sunshine!
Late March 1965 - Henry Grossman described it as a “glorious day” for his early spring photo shoot with Pattie and George in the garden at Kinfauns. By Henry Grossman from his book, Places I Remember - My Time With the Beatles. Source of my scan is the Something About Pattie Boyd group at Yahoo!
October 24, 1962 - Early modelling pose of Pattie (full-length and close-up) wearing a top hat. Details unknown. (Date according to REX Features website.)
Source of my scans is the Pattie Boyd’s Sixties Style group at Yahoo!
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It all began when Pattie heard via her modeling agency, that Richard Lester, director of A Hard Day’s Night, was looking for young girls to do “walk-ons” in that famous Beatle movie. Pattie, contrary to what has been printed before, was curious about the Beatles. She was one of the top model girls at her agency, so when she expressed a desire to get a part in the film, an extra effort was made on her behalf. The extra effort wasn’t needed, however, for Dick Lester spotted Pattie for just the hip schoolgirl type he was looking for - and she was in.
Tina Williams, who was in the film, recalls, ‘Pattie was very nice to work with. George was different than the other Beatles - quieter. He didn’t lark about and joke as much as Paul, John and Ringo did. I noticed that he used to like to sit in a quiet corner and have long conversations. I think this is what attracted Pattie to him - and she was much the same, as George was attracted to her. I still see them about in clubs together and they still seem to enjoy a dark corner and conversing.’
George, of course, was also attracted by Pattie’s beauty. Pattie never lets herself go. She always wears - sparingly - the right make-up. She washes her hair every day. She keeps her nails and teeth and body spotless. Pattie has a great sense of clothes style and often sets a trend. She is a perfect “mod.”
As Pattie and George grew more fond of each other, he discovered that she shared all his interests, including watching movies (in a private screening room) and cars. She loves beautiful sports cars and knows enough about them to share a conversation concerning their merits, etc. About the only interest Pattie and George don’t share is her enthusiasm for dancing. George would just as soon sit them all out. But he enjoys watching Pattie cut a rug now and again.