Pattie Boyd

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Pattie Boyd (Pattie Boyd) (the full name of Patricia Anne Boyd) (Mar. 17, 1944, Taunton) – British fashion model and photographer. Best known as the former wife of George Harrison and Eric Clapton. It is believed that she Harrison was inspired to write songs “Something”(Harrison also said that when he wrote the song, I thought about Ray Charles),”For You Blue & raquo ;, it is dedicated to the song Eric Clapton”Layla & raquo ;,”Wonderful Tonight”and”Bell Bottom Blues”.

began her modeling career in 1962. Many photographers have rejected her for her unconventional appearance of the model, for example, is quite visible front teeth. So, one of them said: “models do not have to look like rabbits”.

She was a model in London, New York and Paris (for Mary Kuent and others), it was photographed by David Bailey and Terence Donovan.

An exhibition of photographs Boyd made during her relationship with Harrison and Clapton, was opened in San Francisco, February 14, 2005 and was named Through the Eye of a Muse. In February 2006, the exhibition was held again in June-July 2006, it was held in London.

In 2007, Patti Boyd released an autobiographical book, Wonderful Today: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Me (in the United States came under the name of Wonderful Tonight), co-written with journalist Penny Dzhunor.

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