According to an article published in today's London's Daily Mail entitled "Heather Goes To Hollywood", Sir Paul and Heather have returned to the United States where they will reside for the next few months. Sir Paul will be continuing his Driving USA tour. Heather, according to the article, is about to launch a campaign to conquer America. With her face currently gracing numerous INC clothing billboards across the USA, Heather has appeared on two popular American television talk shows, Good Morning America and The Today Show, she has granted an interview and glamorous photo shoot to the popular "Vanity Fair" magazine, and has plans to take time to give counseling to some of the victims of the September 11th attacks. In October Heather will re-release her autobiography under the title "A Single Step" in the United States (see June 17). At this time, there are no plans to release the book in Great Britain.
The article claims that although many Americans idolize and revere Sir Paul, they remain a bit suspicious of his assertive new wife. They quote one source as saying,"When Heather and Paul go to parties everyone is keen to see Paul because he's extremely popular over in the States. But as soon as someone is introduced to him, Heather practically pushes him out of the way and starts banging on about herself and her charity work. It can get a bit tiresome - people are wary of her."The article claims that there is no doubt that Sir Paul is absolutely besotted with his new wife. It quotes a friend as saying:"The children going on at him about Heather only made him more determined to marry her. Heather is extremely cunning and uses the animosity to her advantage. She says things like, 'Why is everyone against us? It's us against the world, and we have to be strong together'. She gets Paul behind her every time because he feels sorry for her.
"Paul doesn't think it's necessary for Heather to be so high profile, and they argue a lot over it. When they row, she goes off on her own and switches her phone off,. Paul's terrified she might get kidnapped, so he's just overwhelmingly relieved when she comes back, and they kiss and make up."
(kindly submitted by PLUGGED correspondent Joan M. Hopkins)
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