McCartney and Picasso’s Last Words

It looks like Paul is getting one of the last words by swiping his own Picasso paintings out from under the soon-to-be ex-Mrs. McCartney. I can just imagine what it was like for her to come home to her lowly country estate and have sirens going off. I mean, really, that must have been simply awful. How sad. No Picasso’s for you. All joking aside this must all just be very painful, although the impression that I get is that Heather resembles a temper-tantrum induced child.

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Here’s what we’ve read.

Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney has taken possession of priceless paintings by Renoir and Picasso ahead of his bitter divorce battle with second wife Heather Mills, the Sun newspaper reported Friday.

It said Mills, 38, had been “left fuming” to find that the art treasures estimated at 10 million pounds (19 million dollars) had been removed from a formerly jointly-owned country estate.


She discovered that the alarm codes had been changed after setting off a burglar alarm when she arrived at the estate in Peasmarsh, in the southern county of Sussex, with family and friends to celebrate New Year, the paper said.

Police alerted by the alarm’s emergency call-out centre arrived within minutes as Mills briefed her lawyers about the incident.

According to information available to the paper Sir Paul, 64, does not have the right of access to the lodge under their separation agreement.

He allegedly only told Heather he had taken the paintings late Thursday – by sending her a text message.

Family photos including pictures of the couple’s three-year-old daughter, Beatrice, were also taken, the paper said.

According to the Sun, the police had spoken to Sir Paul’s security guards, who confirmed he had removed the pictures.

Sir Paul’s spokesman told the paper: “No comment.”

Source: Playfuls

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