Oh I see, so she's your wife when you need a bit of fodder for your divorce case, but you also feel free to change the locks on her so she can't get into your shared London home, and refuse to cross paths with her when you pick up your daughter. If that's his idea of how to treat his wife, I don't want to know how he's going to treat the mother of his child after they've divorced.
Amigoni apparently got a call from Macca asking him the question, and denied that anything was going on, but was mostly just surprised that the ex Beatle had actually called him in the first place.
I'm not taking sides here, but as far as I'm concerned, if you are separated from someone and going through a divorce it's none of their business who you are or aren't seeing. I appreciate if you have children together, this might be more complicated as you'd want to know who they are being exposed to. Still, if the story is true, I think it's bang out of order for him to call the guy asking him if he's having an affair with his wife. Why not ask her himself - oh yes, that's right, I guess him and his 'wife' don't actually talk to each other any more.
According to The Daily Mail, Sir Paul was reassured by the short chat he had with Amigoni, according to friends. A source said: "Paul is pretty relaxed about the whole thing and doesn't believe anything is going on ... if he suspected something more serious was going on, it would be a totally different story."I'm not exactly sure what is meant by "if he suspected something more serious was going on, it would be a totally different story." It doesn't look like those two are still in love with each other, so the only thing that comes to mind is that it would get spun into some or other unfit mother crap in court.
Photo of Mills-McCartney & Amigoni c/o dailymail.co.uk