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Patricia Anne Boyd

Also Known As: "Pattie"
Birthdate: (71)
Birthplace: Taunton, Somerset, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jock Boyd; Colin Ian Langdon Boyd; <private> Boyd; Diana Drysdale (TWIN); <private> Drysdale and 1 other
Wife of <private> Clapton and <private> Weston
Widow of <private> Harrison
Ex-wife of <private> Clapton; George Harold Harrison and Eric Patrick Clapton
Mother of Private User and Carl Harrison
Sister of <private> Boyd; <private> Boyd; <private> Boyd; Jenny Boyd; <private> Boyd and 3 others
Half sister of <private> Gaymer-Jones and <private> Gaymer-Jones

Occupation: former actress , model
Managed by: Private User
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Immediate Family

    • <private> Clapton
    • <private> Clapton
    • <private> Harrison
    • Private User
    • <private> Weston
    • <private> Drysdale
    • <private> Boyd
    • <private> Boyd
    • <private> Boyd

About Pattie Boyd

Patricia Anne "Pattie" Boyd is an English model and photographer, and the former wife of both George Harrison and Eric Clapton. She was the inspiration for love songs written by both musicians, Harrison's, "Something" and "For You Blue", and Clapton's "Layla", "Wonderful Tonight," and "Bell Bottom Blues."

Boyd started her modelling career in 1962, but was rejected by many photographers owing to her unconventional looks, including rather prominent front teeth; one stated, "models don't look like rabbits". She modelled in London, New York and Paris (for Mary Quant and others), and was photographed by David Bailey and Terence Donovan.

An exhibition of photographs taken by Boyd during her days with Harrison and Clapton opened at the San Francisco Art Exchange on February 14, 2005, titled Through the Eye of a Muse. The exhibition also ran again in San Francisco in February 2006, and for six weeks between June and July 2006, in London.