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    • Member of The Beatles Ringo Starr and his first wife, Maureen, 21, pose with their son, Jason Starkey
    • Former Beatle Ringo Starr with wife Barbara Bach, May 16, 1983.
    • Beatle John Lennon and his wife, Cynthia
    • Former Beatle John Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono
    • George Harrison and his wife Pattie Boyd
    • Former Beatle George Harrison and his Mexican-born wife Olivia
    • Paul McCartney with his wife Jane Asher
    • Musician Paul McCartney and his wife Linda
    • Paul McCartney and his new young Nancy Shevell
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    Member of The Beatles Ringo Starr and his first wife, Maureen, 21, pose with their son, Jason Starkey, in London's Queen Charlotte's Hospital, England, on Aug. 23, 1967. The couple's first son, Zak, was born Sept. 1965.

    Back in the days when the Beatles began on their path, could those young men from Liverpool ever have anticipated such fame and success? Their songs rocked both sides of the Atlantic and attracted millions of fans - and, in particular, a lot of young women, who believed that they were absolute stars.

    Some fangirls were lucky enough to meet their favourite musicians, and some even managed to bind their lives to the guys from Liverpool — some for months, some for decades, and some for life.

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