George Harrison marries Pattie Boyd
George Harrison married Pattie Boyd on January 21st 1966, at Epsom register office in Surrey, with Paul McCartney as Best Man. The couple met on the set of A Hard Day's Night in 1964. According to Pattie, George wrote Something about her.
Boyd left Harrison in the mid-seventies and started a relationship with Eric Clapton. Clapton later wrote the song Layla about her.
Below is a collection of photographs from their wedding reception and subsequent honeymoon in Barbados.
"The ceremony took place early in the morning at Epsom register office, in Surrey, not the most glamorous place, and the room was very hot and stuffy. Brian Epstein was there and Paul McCartney, who was George's best man. Otherwise it was family – my mother, with her cousin Penny Evans, who had been around a lot while I was growing up. Colin, Jenny, Paula, David and Boo, George's parents and brothers. Uncle John, my mother's twin brother, gave me away." - Pattie Boyd