September 22, 1965 - Nine-day-old Zak Starkey leaving Queen Charlotte’s Maternity Hospital with his parents and nurse Marion Bramwell en route to his London home at 34 Montagu Square for the first time.
At Ringo and Barbara’s wedding, (in the first photo you can see Lee Starkey and Ringo’s stepfather, Harry Graves)
Hola! Qué bueno que te gusta mi blog :3 gracias por tus comentarios, qué amable y sí es un poco raro ver blogs de Beatle girls en español. Saludos y cuídate, gracias por seguirme a mí C:
Over the weekend in Las Vegas, Ringo Starr finally reunited with “The Kids in the Car” - the group of Beatles fans he snapped a photo of 49 years ago, and who now appear in his new book, ‘Photograph.’ The fans reminisced with Ringo, had a photo taken with him (by Rob Shanahan, who will be a guest at the NYC FEST in February), attended his concert, and also went to see a performance of ‘Beatles Love.’ As Ringo described it, the whole scene was “far out.”
Ringo and Astrid Dancing, 1964.
Ringo & Maureen, 34 Montagu Square, London, April 1965
by Henry Grossman
This photo is published in Henry Grossman’s book, Places I Remember - My Time With The Beatles, in full page size.
On the day of her death, Mimi collapsed in the bathroom, so Varcoe (her nurse) helped her to the bed, where Mimi started Cheyne-Stoking. According to Varcoe, her last words were, “Hello, John”.
Lighting Up in Austria
March 1965 - George lights Pattie’s cigarette while relaxing together in the restaurant of the Hotel Edelweiss in Obertauern, Austria during a break filming Help!
Photograph by Henry Grossman. Scan from the Rock Paper Photo . julbam.net website:
Photo published in huge double-page size (with an unfortunate deep seam down the middle of it) in Henry Grossman’s book, Places I Remember - My Time With The Beatles.