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  Heather Mills McCartney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heather, Lady McCartney (born 12 January 1968 in Aldershot, Hampshire, England), usually known as Heather Mills or Heather Mills McCartney, is a campaigner on behalf of several causes, including amputees, the curtailment of land mines and animal rights.
Mills McCartney is using the services of divorce lawyer Anthony Julius, from London solicitors Mishcon de-Reya who had acted in the 1996 divorce for Diana, Princess of Wales.
Mills McCartney is an activist for several causes, particularly against the use of landmines, for which she received the inaugural Unesco Children in Need Award.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Heather_Mills_McCartney   (1583 words)

 Heather Mills McCartney
Heather is a patron of Adopt-A-Minefield and a United Nations Association Goodwill Ambassador who has tirelessly campaigned for over 11 years to raise funds and awareness to rid the world of landmines.
While Heather finds herself a force to be reckoned with in Westminster, the White House and by the U.N. for her stance on landmines (lobbying for a world-wide ban), it is perhaps her story that gives us a greater understanding of her sheer determination and tenacity.
Heather is an excellent speaker with an engaging style, and her remarks were very well appreciated by UCI's students, faculty and community friends.
www.cmmol.net /heather_mills_mccartney.htm   (1471 words)

 Amazon.com: A Single Step: Books: Heather Mills McCartney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Heather Mills was already a recognized leading land mine activist and a successful model and businesswoman when she and Paul McCartney fell in loveand made headlines all over the world.
Heather Mills had a life before Paul McCartney, and her childhood of abuse and neglect seems plausible to me. Her father physically and verbally abused her mother, who was quiet until the day she left her husband, and her three children, and moved to London with a stage actor.
Heather Mills grew up in a hurry, both emotionally and physically, and her tales of her precocious puberty are ones I could relate to.
www.amazon.com /Single-Step-Heather-Mills-McCartney/dp/0446531650   (2777 words)

 AskMen.com - Heather Mills pics
When Heather was 13, her father was imprisoned for fraud, and Heather went to live with her mother and her mother's new boyfriend, with whom the young teenager didn't get along.
Heather says it has been "worse than the year I lost my leg." The British tabloid press attacked her almost daily, and alleged that she had a poor relationship with McCartney's grown children, James, Mary, Stella, and stepdaughter, Heather.
But the new Lady McCartney denies the rumors, and claims that she gets along extremely well with Paul's children (especially after she proved her good intentions by offering to sign a prenup, barring her from the McCartney fortune, and dispelling tabloid speculation that she is a gold digger).
www.askmen.com /women/models_150/175c_heather_mills.html   (892 words)

 SFGate: Daily Dish : Heather Mills McCartney
McCartney had been looking after Beatrice for the past week and sent her to the hotel with her nanny, where Mills McCartney arrived in a helicopter and flew her daughter to Heathrow airport where they were due to catch a flight.
Mills, who split from former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney in May after four years of marriage, is threatening to apply for a court order banning Stella from contacting her 2-year-old daughter.
Mills McCartney readily admits she appeared in the lover's guide published in 1988, but her lawyers insist The Sun falsely portrayed it as part of a "filthy past" of which McCartney was unaware.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/blogs/sfgate/category?blogid=7&cat=325   (1948 words)

 Heather Mills McCartney Facts, Bio, and Paul McCartney
Heather was presenting at a charitable awards ceremony at London's Dorchester in May 1999, when she was spotted by her latest love.
The documents claim McCartney used illegal drugs and drank excessively, hurled abuse at Mills and made her cancel an operation on the leg she lost in a traffic accident before they married because it interfered with his holiday plans.
Mills' representatives in the divorce, which has become so bitter one newspaper described it on Thursday as "toxic," deny she had anything to do with leaking the documents to the press.
beatlesnumber9.com /heather.html   (1759 words)

 AskMen.com - Heather Mills
Heather has surmounted everything from poverty and abuse to tragic disfigurement, and she has used these experiences to help others through her tireless charity work.
Heather Mills, born in 1968 in Washington, Tyne and Wear, England, is no stranger to adversity.
When Heather's mother managed to escape, nine-year-old Heather was left to care for her younger brother and sister whilst living with their father.
www.askmen.com /women/models_150/175_heather_mills.html   (479 words)

 Paul McCartney, Heather Mills McCartney separate North County Times - North San Diego and Southwest Riverside County ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Hollings said that Mills McCartney's relatively young age -- she is 38 -- and the fact that they have a child, combined with McCartney's "staggering" wealth and celebrity status, have the potential to push the settlement into the stratosphere.
McCartney and Mills McCartney met at a charity event in 1999, and their relationship immediately made tabloid headlines, not simply because of the difference in their ages but also because of the supposed disapproval of McCartney's children.
Mills McCartney is a former model and a vociferous animal-rights campaigner who recently traveled with McCartney to eastern Canada to fight that country's seal hunt.
www.nctimes.com /articles/2006/05/18/backpage/5_17_0617_36_35.txt   (4719 words)

 Heather Mills McCartney Faces New Onslaught - The Deadbolt
Heather Mills McCartney has already been rumored to have taken part in a somewhat scandalous photo shoot.
According to reports, Heather Mills was demanding fees as high as $12,500 per session.
Heather was not only faced with the News of the World story, as she has been the target of an apparent slander campaign in the media.
www.thedeadbolt.com /news/111211/heathersdirtypast.php   (508 words)

 Police Called to Paul McCartney's Home, Heather Mills McCartney Says Lock Incident at Paul ...
Mills McCartney's security guard climbed a wall to open a gate after realizing the locks at the home had been changed, her spokesman, Phil Hall, said.
Mills McCartney then entered the house with the couple's daughter, Beatrice, 2, and stayed the night, he said.
Hall said McCartney had frozen the couple's joint bank account and sent Mills McCartney a letter complaining about three bottles of cleaning liquid that were taken from his home to her office.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/2006/08/08/ap/entertainment/mainD8JCGKGG0.shtml   (382 words)

 HELLO! Profiles
Before Heather was ten, her mother became involved with an actor and escaped, leaving the children with their father.
Back home in London to try and raise further funds for the project, Heather found her life changed forever, however, when, in August 1993, she was hit by a speeding police motorcycle as she stepped off a curb.
Heather was presenting at a charitable awards ceremony at London's Dorchester in May 1999, when she was spotted by Paul McCartney.
www.hellomagazine.com /profiles/heathermills   (559 words)

 HEATHER MILLS McCARTNEY Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Heather, also a successful businesswoman, had already had an extraordinary life story, and it has resulted in her being awarded many outstanding accolades and awards.
Heather's voice is heard in the media and also the political sphere - in Westminster and the UN she is well respected for her stance on landmines.
Heather herself sees her accident as happening for a reason, and as well as her charitable achievements, she has brought a motivational tale of remarkable inspiration and hope to many people through her personal appearances and public speaking.
www.normanphillips.co.uk /heather_mills_mccartney_bio.htm   (640 words)

 Paul: Heather Didn't Marry Me for Money | Paul McCartney, Heather Mills, Divorced : People.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
McCartney and Mills, a former model and anti-landmine advocate, are separating after four years of marriage.
McCartney, 63, and Mills, 37, met through her charity work, the Heather Mills Health Trust, which provides prosthetic limbs to the needy and campaigns against landmines.
Mills – who now carries the title of Heather, Lady McCartney – formed the initiative after losing the lower part of her leg in a 1993 motorcycle accident.
people.aol.com /people/article/0,26334,1194872,00.html   (733 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: A Single Step: Books: Heather Mills McCartney,Pamela Cockerill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Heather writes candidly about her life up to the point where she met and married Sir Paul McCartney and faced the media storm that came with it.
Heather’s attitude throughout all the trials and tribulations has been to remain strong and not become a victim which should be an inspiration to us all.
McCartney was raised by a father who abused her physically and mentally, and told her that she was worth nothing.
www.amazon.co.uk /Single-Step-Heather-Mills-McCartney/dp/0446531650   (1194 words)

 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Heather Mills denies paper claims
Heather Mills McCartney, estranged wife of Beatles star Sir Paul, has "strongly denied" newspaper allegations made about her past.
Mills has been at the centre of tabloid speculation since the breakdown of her marriage to Sir Paul became public.
However on Saturday, her spokeswoman insisted that Mills would not be giving "any interviews or commenting in relation to her pending divorce from her husband".
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/entertainment/5069220.stm   (361 words)

 About Heather   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Heather Mills became involved with the landmine issue in the early 1990‘s several years before the Princess of Wales became involved with the issue.
Heather Mills and Paul McCartney became involved with the Adopt-A-Minefield campaign in 1999.
Heather Mills McCartney is a patron of Adopt-A-Minefield, and a United Nations Association Goodwill Ambassador who has tirelessly campaigned for over 11 years to raise funds and awareness to rid the world of landmines.
www.landmines.org.uk /297   (1341 words)

 The My Hero Project - Heather Mills McCartney
Eventually, Heather ran away, lived on the streets, slept under a London bridge, took a series of menial jobs and eventually found her way on to the catwalk in the modeling circuit.
Discarding it, Heather would then be fitted with a new leg, which would suffice until her leg changed shape again and a new prostethetic would be needed.
Heather Mills McCartney is a compassionate woman with a vision and commitment to do whatever she can to make the world a safer place for children.
www.myhero.com /myhero/hero.asp?hero=heathermills   (3103 words)

 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Mills silent over divorce reports
Heather Mills McCartney has declined to comment on newspaper allegations that Sir Paul McCartney was violent towards her during their four-year marriage.
According to the Daily Mail, court papers relating to the divorce say that the former Beatle subjected his wife to violent attacks, including one incident in which her arm was cut with a broken wine glass.
However, it added: "Lady Heather Mills McCartney stands by everything that has been filed at court on her behalf and intends to prove its truth in due course, should this be necessary.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/entertainment/6062526.stm   (420 words)

 Heather Mills-McCartney
Heather Mills was born on January 12, 1968 to Mark and Beatrice Mills in London.
Heather became a stepmother to Heather (who is 5 years her elder), Mary (who is 1 year her junior), Stella (who is 3 years her junior), and James (who is 9 years her junior).
Heather has a prosthetic leg, and thought she would never have children, after having two eptopic pregnancies with Alfie.
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 Heather Mills McCartney - About Heather
Born in January 1968, Heather Mills McCartney is a Patron of Adopt-A-Minefield and a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador who has campaigned for over 14 years to raise funds and awareness to rid the world of landmines.
In August 1993, her life changed for ever when she was involved in a road accident with a police motorcycle and suffered numerous injuries including crushed ribs, a punctured lung, multiple fractures of the pelvis and the loss of her left leg below the knee.
She joined Euro MP Struan Stevenson at the European Parliament in March 2005 to highlight the barbarity of this trade and brought it to the attention of the world’s media in September 2005 with high-profile protests in America in association with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).
www.heathermills.org /about.php   (553 words)

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McCartney and Mills McCartney married in June 2002, four years after his first wife Linda McCartney died of breast cancer.
Mills McCartney has also been accused of meddling in her husband's career -- such as the dismissal of his longtime publicist Geoff Baker -- and even of influencing him on issues as diverse as dying his hair and plastic surgery.
In 1993, Mills' left leg was amputated below the knee after a motorcycle accident, and she became active in campaigning against land mines.
www.wtlv.com /life/entertainment/news-article.aspx?storyid=57743   (649 words)

 Paul and Heather Mills McCartney to Split - Newsgab
It seems all those weeks on the Artic ice have taken their toll with the McCartneys who have today annouced that they will be going their seperate ways… Ok, Ok, they are actually citing preassure from the media, but divorce brought about by chilled stumps and seal fur had a more appealing edge to it.
McCartney, 63, and Mills, 37, met through her charity work, the Heather Mills Heath Trust, which provides prosthetic limbs to the needy and campaigns against landmines.
Mills - who now carries the title of Heather, Lady McCartney - formed the initiative after losing the lower part of her leg in a 1993 motorcycle accident.
www.newsgab.com /2006/05/17/paul-and-heather-mills-mccartney-to-split   (631 words)

 ABC News: After McCartney Split, Mills Fights Tabloid Porn Claims
Heather has crusaded against landmines after losing a leg when she was hit by a police motorcycle in 1993.
Mills' lawyers say the claims in the News of the World are "untrue and highly defamatory." Apparently Mills plans to sue the paper as soon as her divorce from McCartney is complete.
McCartney is a hugely popular figure in Britain, and the populist papers knew better than to bash the bride of a national institution.
abcnews.go.com /Entertainment/story?id=2075853&page=1   (463 words)

 Heather Mills McCartney
The summit, which featured a keynote address by anti-landmine activist Heather Mills McCartney, focused on the lessons learned and future policies in relation to the international movement to ban landmines.
During the keynote address, CUSA presented Mills McCartney with their 2004 Human Security Award and formally announced the creation of the Heather Mills McCartney Fellowship in Human Security, designed to support UCI graduate students conducting research on pressing human security issues.
Prefaces to the book are written by Mills McCartney and Sir Paul McCartney, Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan, U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy and the Honorable Lloyd Axworthy, president of the University of Winnipeg and former Canadian Parliament member.
www.cusa.uci.edu /heather_mills_mccartney.htm   (555 words)

 curlio.com: Heather Mills McCartney to sue tabloids
Sir Paul McCartney's estranged wife Heather Mills McCartney is planning to sue the British tabloids who have been publishing stories about her past.
Presumably she is most upset by the recently publishing of photographs of Heather that supposedly appeared in a German book.
Heather also confirmed that she and Sir Paul will indeed be getting a divorce, though they had not mentioned a divorce when they first announced their breakup.
www.curlio.com /new_showarticle.php?id=8738   (145 words)

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