Britt Collins | Mary Mccartney, Voyager
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Mary Mccartney, Voyager

Mary Mccartney, Voyager

GIVEN MARY MCCARTNEY’S STARRY BEGINNINGS – she was famously photographed as a baby nestling in her ex-Beatle dad’s jacket on the cover of his first album with his new band, Wings – you’d be forgiven for thinking she might be a bit of a prima donna. But far from it. Instead, there is a warmth and humility about McCartney that you wouldn’t necessarily expect. As she sits in the white-walled London gallery sorting through piles of photos for her new show, her eyes light up as she describes how her mother, Linda, would take her on horse rides in the country.



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