Neighbours complain about Macca's noisy wedding party

Although it was scheduled to be a low-key affair it appears that Sir Paul McCartney's wedding celebrations proved to be a lively night with the former Beatle's neighbours calling Westminster council to complain about the noise.

McCartney was celebrating his marriage to American heiress Nancy Shevell in Westminster registry office earlier on Sunday afternoon with 130 guests at his St John's Wood home including Ringo Starr, Ronnie Wood, David Gilmour, Kate Moss, Twiggy and Tracey Emin.

The wedding itself was a low-key affair especially when compared with the former Beatle's £1.5 million marriage to Heather Mills at Castle Leslie in Ireland back in 2002.

Instead this time it was a simple 20-minute ceremony in the same registry office, where Sir Paul married Linda Eastman 42 year's ago, before heading back to his London home with a small group of guests.

Reports suggest that council officials were called to Macca's house at 1.30 am shortly after celebrity DJ Mark Ronson had started his Fab Four peppered set in an outdoor marquee.

The music was turned down soon after but the Evening Standard claims that noise could be heard until the small hours but some neighbours didn't seem to mind.

'The music kept on going until well after 2am. I had the windows open because I love the music. They played Hey Jude at the very end,' a neighbour told the Standard.

'The marquee had a perspex clear dome and it was hung with chandeliers. It looked totally magical. I hope this one works out. He deserves to be happy.'

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