McCartney asks Shevell to move in

McCartney asks Shevell to move in

Paul McCartney and his girlfriend Nancy Shevell have moved in together, according to tabloid reports.

The Beatle has been dating the New York socialite since last year and McCartney has introduced Shevell to his friends and family.

Shevell has been spending weekends at the singer's East Sussex, England home - and now the couple is reportedly taking their relationship to the next level by moving in together full-time.

A source tells The Sun: "Paul and Nancy are as solid a couple as you can get after just a short time together.

"She always seemed to be at (McCartney's home) Peamarsh anyway so it made sense to him just to ask her to move in. She'll still travel between here and America but is setting up home with Paul.

"He asked (daughter) Beatrice if she liked Nancy and got a resounding, 'Yes', which meant the world to him."

McCartney ended his marriage to former glamour model Heather Mills - Beatrice's mother - earlier this year.

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