Paul McCartney and New York business woman Nancy Shevell tied the knot yesterday at Old Marylebone Town Hall in London. The couple looked full of delight as they came out of the main doors of the Old Marylebone Town Hall in London yesterday, where he wed his first wife Linda McCartney. After the ceremony guest and fans gathered to greet the newlyweds with cheers and confette as the posed happily for the photographers. McCartney 69 beamed with happiness as he raised his brides hand and told reporters, guests and fans “She is perfected. I’m so happy. Paul wore a dark suit with a blue tie and white shirt. Nancy looked elegant in an ivory, knee length long-sleeved chiffon style dress with a white flower in her hair designed by Paul’s daughter Stella McCartney The civil ceremony took place amongst a small group of family and friend. Guests included fellow Beatle Ringo Starr, Jools Holland, Bono and Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood. After the ceremony Paul was asked how he felt to be married for the third to time – “Terrific, thank you. I feel Married. I feel absolutely wonderful” Once the celebrations at the Old Marylebone Town Hall had finished guests arrived at Paul’s house for the wedding reception in St. John’s Wood. The reception was set up in a large marquee full of pastle-coloured roses and white hydrangeas. McCartney composed a song he wrote especially for his new wife Nancy at the evening reception along with her favorite Beatles songs “Let it Be” and Wings song “Let me Roll it” The couple exchanged gold wedding rings at the ceremony. Nancy also wore a full diamond eternity ring with her gold wedding ring and her £400,000 diamond engagement ring. Compared to Paul’s second marriage to model Heather Mills, which cost a reported £1.5million, yesterday was a low key event that cost around cost £50,000. The couple will fly back to New York later in the week to celebrate their marriage with friends and family at the Hamptons.