LONDON, ENGLAND – A delighted Sir Paul McCartney and his new wife Nancy are pictured yesterday after their wedding in a kooky official portrait taken by Sir Paul’s daughter Mary. As the story went…The proceedings are in stark contrast to the £1.5 million Sir Paul spent on his wedding to Heather Mills in 2003 in front of 300 guests at Castle Leslie in Ireland…Then, Sir Paul was reported to have spent tens of thousands of pounds on 300 bottles of vintage Cristal and Laurent Perrier, costing £180 a time.  But yesterday, fridges were being loaded with a far cheaper option – non-vintage Dumangin Grande Reserve champagne costing £26.50 a bottle.  The brand is little-known in the UK but was described by one critic last year as ‘delicious, rare and delectable’ and ‘good value for money.”  Perhaps the world economy is hitting Sir Paul a little but we should all be fortunate enough to have our fridges “loaded” with Dumangin Champagne!

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