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Pattie Boyd thinks young people are 'over-sensitive'

Pattie Boyd has warned "freedom has been taken away" because young people are so "over-sensitive". The 78-year-old former model - who was previously married to late Beatles legend George Harrrison and Eric Clapton and is now wed to Rod Weston - misses the carefree days of the 1960s because she thinks modern society has become very restricted in a bid to not cause offence to anyone.
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Pattie Boyd: Snowflake youths have stolen our hard-won freedoms

SHE shot to fame as a model in the Swinging Sixties when she dated The Beatles’ George Harrison, whom she later married. And now, at 78, Pattie Boyd admits she misses those liberated days. ‘Everybody’s so different, particularly young people now,’ says photographer Boyd. ‘You know, they’re woke and...
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Meet Pattie Boyd, the Muse Who Inspired Rock’s Best Love Songs

Pattie Boyd was rock music’s foremost muse. She was married to George Harrison and then to Eric Clapton, and both were inspired to write classic songs about her. But before all that, Boyd was a fashion model in swinging ‘60s London and, alongside Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton. That’s how, at 19 years old in 1964, she found herself auditioning for a secret project that turned out to be the Beatles’ film A Hard Day’s Night.
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Meet Pattie Boyd, the Muse Who Inspired Rock’s Best Love Songs

Pattie Boyd was rock music’s foremost muse. She was married to George Harrison and then to Eric Clapton, and both were inspired to write classic songs about her. But before all that, Boyd was a fashion model in swinging ‘60s London and, alongside Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton. That’s how, at 19 years old in 1964, she found herself auditioning for a secret project that turned out to be the Beatles’ film A Hard Day’s Night.