Words matter. These are the best Pattie Boyd Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m blessed with the fact that I’m a fighter. I’ve always known life was meant to be joyful.
Men find it more difficult than women to be alone. They function better with someone in their lives. Being married, they are rooted, so they feel safe to go and do what they want to do.
It’s such a joy to be able to have friendships free from worry. It’s so lovely to live without fear.
I was a firm believer that if you get married, then that should be it. But it’s sadly not always the case; sometimes people can’t remain together for whatever reason.
I think I lost my sense of identity when I was married. I know I did. And it took me a very long time to regain it and find out who I was.
It wasn’t until I realised that I could actually take nice photographs that I started to become passionate about it. I then got a few jobs working for magazines in London, and I would get terribly excited and intense about doing a job and taking photographs and looking through the lens to capture something amazing.
One grows up thinking you will naturally be able to have children, and when it doesn’t happen, it’s a shock. But I just feel that it wasn’t meant to be.
I didn’t have boyfriends until my late teens. I was at a girls’ boarding school, and my stepfather disapproved of me going out with anybody. I never really came across any boys. When I did, one of them asked me out, and I was petrified. I felt like a fish out of water, and it was excruciating.
During my childhood, I felt older than my years because I felt responsible for my brothers and sisters.
I’ve been avoiding journalists my whole life.
I can’t rewrite history.
I never wanted to be an actress. I didn’t have any ambition in that area.
I feel very lucky that I was part of that whole scene in the ’60s and ’70s. I love looking at the photographs because everyone was young, and they were so gorgeous to look at.
I had never been allowed to go on tour with my husband George Harrison, so had no idea what to expect when I left him to join Eric Clapton on his 1974 U.S. tour.
Once I’ve taken photographs, I look at them, and I get into them, and I’m there for the moment – and then that’s it. I find little time for reflection.
When you’re married to somebody iconic, people tend to notice him.
I have led an exceptional life in some ways, yes. I mean, I’ve been very lucky. I seem to have had a gift for landing in the right place at the right time.
I do have a right to talk about my life, to tell my truth from my perspective.
People say it’s cathartic to write a book, but it turned out to be quite painful!
I wasn’t really terribly familiar with the Beatles when I met George. They were just emerging. They certainly weren’t as big as they became later on. I just knew them as a pop group, and that’s all. I was keener on George as a man and a person, as opposed to someone in a band.
I’m one of these people who couldn’t imagine the future. The future never occurred to me. I just loved life every day.
I love life. There’s so much to learn and see all the time, and nothing nicer for me than to wake up, and the sky is blue.