Source Pravda.Ru

Paul McCartney, Heather Mills McCartney in court for divorce hearing

Paul McCartney and his estranged wife, Heather Mills McCartney, were at London's High Court Thursday for a preliminary hearing in their divorce case.

Mills McCartney, 38, said nothing as she arrived at the neo-gothic courthouse for the closed-door session. The former Beatle arrived at the court's back door soon after.

The former model, 38, and the 64-year-old musician separated last May after four years of marriage and began divorce proceedings in July. They have a 3-year-old daughter, Beatrice, reports AP.

British law forbids publishing details of allegations in divorce cases. Mills McCartney began legal action against a number of media outlets after disparaging claims about her husband, alleged to have been contained in divorce court papers drawn up on her behalf, were reported in the press.

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