For decades, Yoko Ono and Paul McCartney were embattled in an intense feud over songwriting credits and reports that she was responsible for breaking up the 'Beatles'.
But now it seems Paul and Yoko are ready to make amends, as John Lennon's widow showed up to support the singer's daughter, designer Stella McCartney, at an event in NYC last night.
Paul, 72, looked dapper in a sleek suit as he walked the 2014 Women's Leadership Award Gala red carpet with his wife, Nancy Shevell, who looked beautiful in an asymmetrical navy blue dress.
Paul and Nancy, 54, at the NYC gala on Thursday, Nov. 13. (Photo Credit: Getty)
Yoko, 81, sported her signature mens-wear style with a fitted black suit complete with a matching wide-brimmed hat, gloves and sunglasses.
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Though the Japanese avant-garde artist and the musician were previously involved in a longterm, much-publicized feud, Paul recently credited his late 'Beatles' bandmate, George Harrison, with encouraging him to forgive Yoko.
Paul and Yoko at the 56th Grammy Awards in January. (Photo Credit: Getty)
"Time, the great healer," Paul said of their relationship in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine last year. "I thought, 'If John loved her, there's got to be something. He's not stupid.'"
In response to his comments, Yoko said she was "thankful" for his forgiveness before adding, "He was my husband's partner and they did a great job and all that. They seemed to have a lot of fun, and I respected that."
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