Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney and his fiancée, New York businesswoman Nancy Shevell, have posted a banns — a notice of their intent to get married — in London.
McCartney and Shevell, who've been engaged since April, filed the notice in person at the Old Marylebone Town Hall, the same venue where Macca married Linda Eastman in 1969.
Paul and Linda's daughter, photographer Mary, also wed her second husband, writer and director Simon Aboud, at the Old Marylebone last year.
The small location has four rooms and can seat no more than 100 guests, adding to the speculation that McCartney, 69, and Shevell, 51, want an intimate wedding.
The wedding will be McCartney's third, after marriages to Eastman and a 2002 marriage to Heather Mills that ended in a bitter 2008 divorce. The wedding to McCartney will be Shevell's second.
As for the official wedding date, McCartney, a 16-time Grammy winner who was just named the 2012 Person of the Year by MusiCares, and Shevell have to stick out a mandatory 16-day waiting period, so they're eligible to wed anytime on or after Sept. 30.