Musician Sir Paul Mc Cartney and wife Heather Mills attends the Annual Adopt-A-Minefield Gala hosted by Paul Mc Cartney at the Century Plaza Hotel on October 15, 2004 in Century City, California.(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)Heather Mills talks to reporters at the High Court on March 17, 2008 in London, England. 24.3m in her divorce settlement with Sir Paul Mc Cartney.(Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)Musician Paul Mc Cartney and fashion designer Stella Mc Cartney attend the Natural Resources Defense Council's 11th Annual `Forces For Nature' Benefit at 583 Park Avenue on March 30, 2009 in New York City. Walker/Getty Images)Musician Sir Paul Mc Cartney and Heather Mills attend the Fifth Annual Adopt-A-Minefield Gala night held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 15, 2005 in Beverly Hills, California.(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Their relationship was fraught with drama since their first meeting in 1999 to their final day in divorce court in 2008. She’s done some evil, evil things," Heather said of her former step-daughter. Mc Cartney had given Heather an annual allowance of €460,000, a credit card and jewellery totalling €338,000.The former model, who lost a leg in an accident, appears on posters backing the campaign which state "You haven't got a leg to stand on" and "Hey meaty, you're making me so hot".Ms Mills said that livestock created far more carbon emissions than transport, so we should go vegan - someone who eats no meat or dairy produce - or at least find something else to put in tea or coffee.
Author Philip Norman details the highs and lows in his new book Paul Mc Cartney: The Biography, which has been serialised with impossibly juicy excerpts in the Daily Mail. Apparently she wasn’t happy because Stella would only give her a 10% discount on her clothing line. She was also given €641,000 to buy an office in West London. Her settlement was a little less than what she expected.
"Every week [Stella] tried to break up our marriage. After firing her lawyer, Heather decided to represent herself and demanded a €4.2m a year settlement, totalling over €100m.