Kylie gives birth to Paul McCartney

PAUL McCartney has been reborn - but it's not the world famous member of The Beatles. Kylie McCartney of Devonshire Road, Weston, gave birth to her son on November 12 and carried on her passion for the singer and musician by naming him Paul after the sup

PAUL McCartney has been reborn - but it's not the world famous member of The Beatles. Kylie McCartney of Devonshire Road, Weston, gave birth to her son on November 12 and carried on her passion for the singer and musician by naming him Paul after the superstar. The 26-year-old changed her last name from Presley 20 years ago, along with her dad Dave and 27-year-old sister Caroline who both chose a surname of Lennon. Kylie said: "I love everything about Paul McCartney, especially his music. I prefer him on his own rather than The Beatles as a band."People are quite interested when I say what I've called my baby."I don't know whether Paul will like The Beatles when he is older but it is his choice really."Kylie and Paul returned home from St Michaels Hospital in Bristol on November 15 to live with her dad, whose full name is David John Paul George Ringo Lennon.Dave said: "It's great that Kylie has carried on the band names in the family. I decided to change my name because I got fed up of people calling me Elvis, and so the girls did the same. I added the middle names when I moved to Weston five years ago."I'm obsessed with The Beatles and it seems to have rubbed off on the rest of my family. I've still got Beatlemania."The 56-year-old, whose house is full of the band's memorabilia, including a 22 carat gold music box, also has another grandson who has taken on a Beatles name - the six-year-old is called Richard John Lennon.


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