All he needs is love.
Paul McCartney is tying the knot for the third time -- at the same venue where he married his beloved late wife Linda.
The legendary ex-Beatle, 69, and multi-millionaire fiancée Nancy Shevell, 51, have posted notice that they plan to wed at the Old Marylebone Town Hall in London, People magazine reports.
Posting a marriage notice sound pretty old-fashioned to us -- especially when the paparazzi are on your tail. But the actual wedding date has not been announced (rumor has it they'll make it official as soon as next month).
"They were lovely, very relaxed and very charming and clearly in love with each other," Alison Cathcart, who expects to conduct the ceremony, told People. "They were excited."
But after the way McCartney's last marriage went down, we're pretty surprised he wants to have another go at it. McCartney married the much-younger Heather Mills, a former model and anti-landmines campaigner, in 2002, and had a daughter with her in 2003. Their highly publicized tabloid divorced was finalized in 2008 with a reported $48.6 million settlement.
McCartney had better luck the first time around with Linda Eastman (later McCartney), the American photographer he wed in 1969. She died from breast cancer in 1998 -- and until that point, the couple had famously only spent 11 nights apart.