I come around with the help of my (little) friend: Macca's girls were inseparable as children – and are still close today as Stella, 47, touches messages on social media for Mary & # 39; s 50th birthday
Even for sisters, the bond between them has clearly always been close.
A photo from their youth shows how Mary and Stella McCartney squeeze together in a T-shirt – and it seems that the daughters of Sir Paul McCartney are just as inseparable today.
Fashion designer Stella, 47, shared the T-shirt photo on social media on the occasion of Mary & # 39; s 50th birthday on Wednesday. She wrote: "The birth of this soulmate is celebrating 50 years ago today. Mary, I love you more than you will ever know, more than I can even put into words. You are with me every day … A real star sister! x Stella "
Dear friends: the sisters wear matching party dresses and even try to pinch the same outfit in old photos shared online. Mary (photo left in both) recently talked about how her mother Stella McCartney involved her in recipe testing from day one
Another family photo she shared showed the young sisters wearing matching party dresses with large polkadots in their hair. Mary replied to his sister's Instagram post: & # 39; I love your little sister so much & & # 39; This week, Mary spoke to Thailand Tatler about growing up with famous parents – her mother was the first wife Linda, a celebrated American photographer and vegetarian, who died of breast cancer in 1998. Like Mary and Stella, the McCartney family included their younger brother James, now a 41-year-old musician, and Heather, now 56, Linda & # 39; s daughter from a previous relationship.
Mary said: "When I was very young, my mother and father put us down and said to us: & We have made a decision to become a vegetarian. It is your decision if you want to eat meat when you are not at home, but we do not cook meat at home. & # 39;
"My mom and dad challenged each other and said: & # 39; What are we going to cook to fill that hole in the middle of the plate where the meat was? & # 39;
Sir Paul McCartney is depicted with his then wife Linda McCartney with Stella in 1974
Sir Paul is portrayed arm-in-arm with his daughters in St James Park, London, where he called for Meat Free Monday, which encourages people to skip meat at the start of the week in an effort to slow down climate change
Her mother developed such a & # 39; n repertoire of meat-free dishes that she founded Linda McCartney Foods.
The brand continued to exist after her death and still produces prepared vegetarian and vegan meals, including vegetarian sausages, hamburgers, meatballs and pies.
Mary, now a photographer and writer of vegetarian cookery, said: "I had been working with Mama very early on on her cookbooks and food range. When she was writing her cookbooks, I would help them edit; I would help test the recipes. And with the company … from day to day I had contact with the people who worked on it. I would go to the factory and help with product development. & # 39;
Stella also shows the influence of her upbringing in her role as a world-famous designer, who refuses to use fur or leather in her fashion. Sir Paul has another daughter, Beatrice, 15, with his second wife, Heather Mills, 51, from whom he divorced in 2008. He married Nancy Shevell, 59, in 2011.
Number one supporters: they make a tight trio while attending Mary's book launch (shown in the middle) and private view of & # 39; Mary McCartney: Monochrome And Color & # 39; in 2014
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