|Filed for Divorce||1974||--|
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Relationship Information, Quotes, and Trivia
Where and/or how did George Harrison and Pattie Boyd meet?
They met on the set of A Hard Day's Night.
Why did George Harrison and Pattie Boyd break up?
Boyd had a brief affair with Ronnie Wood, in 1973, as her marriage to Harrison was ending. According to Boyd, Harrison backed out of a planned holiday with her (claiming to be ill) and then invited Krissie Wood (Wood's wife) on a holiday to Spain to see Salvador Dali. According to Boyd's account, while Harrison was in Spain with Krissie Wood, she [Boyd] travelled to the Bahamas with her sister Paula, and was joined by Ron Wood. Boyd and Wood were spotted by the press upon their return to London, on 25 November 1973, which was reported in the press. Boyd states that after Harrison's increasing religious explorations and continuing infidelities irrevocably alienated her, and she left him for Clapton in 1974. Beatles' assistant, Peter Brown, confirmed Boyd's account stating, "George [Harrison] was the worst runaround of the bunch [The Beatles]. He had lots of girlfriends - lots". What Boyd calls, "the last straw", was Harrison's affair with Starr's wife, Maureen Starkey. According to Boyd, in 1974, Harrison told Starr that he was in love with Maureen.
Other Relationship Information about George Harrison and Pattie Boyd:
Classic Quotes by George Harrison and Pattie Boyd about their relationship:
"...the best looking man I had ever seen." Pattie Boyd