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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Pattie_BoydPattie Boyd - Wikipedia

    Early life. Boyd was born on 17 March 1944 in Taunton, Somerset, the first child of Colin ("Jock") Ian Langdon Boyd and Diana Frances Boyd (née Drysdale). The Boyds moved to West Lothian in Scotland, where her brother, Colin, was born in 1946. They then moved to Guildford, Surrey, where her sister Jenny was born in 1947. After Jock's discharge from the Royal Air Force, the Boyds lived in ...

  2. 17/3/2021 · You know Pattie Boyd from Eric Clapton’s lyrics “Layla, you got me on my knees,” and George Harrison’s “Something in the way she moves.” She was an inspiration to both artists; they were madly in love with her, which was a problem since she was already married to Harrison. Boyd is known for her role in classic rock's most famous love triangle, but she was also prominent, in London ...

  3. Pattie Boyd: My Life in Pictures is a deluxe visual treasure trove featuring over 300 photographs and artworks, with Boyd sharing full and intimate access to her personal archive for the first time. Former wife of George Harrison and Eric Clapton, Boyd is famously the inspiration for Harrison’s Something and Clapton’s Layla and Wonderful Tonight .

  4. 1/11/2022 · Pattie Boyd. Harrison dropped in on Boyd just a few months before his death in November 2001. Though he didn't say as much, it was obviously a goodbye.

  5. 18/4/2007 · This belongs to the Madison Square Garden concert in 1999. You may find more interesting music videos in my channel, take a look, i hope you like them!Thank ...

  6. 16/11/2022 · Pattie Boyd was born in 1944 in Taunton. As a child she had spells living in Scotland, Surrey and Kenya, her parents divorced. After leaving school she moved to London, where she worked as a shampoo girl before becoming a model. Boyd appeared in Vogue, Vanity Fair and Elle before being cast in The ...

  7. Pattie Boyd attends the launch of her new book "Pattie Boyd: My Life In Pictures" at The Lower Third on October 18, 2022 in London, England. Pop star George Harrison of The Beatles, Beatle manager Brian Epstein, singer Cilla Black and her friend Patti Boyd, on May 28, 1964.