Heather Mills, the estranged wife of former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, poses for cameras on Thursday to protest on behalf of pigs.
Heather, 39, hands a giant Mother’s Day card to Labour MP Kerry McCarthy in protest of the use of farrowing crates in pig farming. The poster-sized card reads ‘No Happy Mother’s Day for Britain’s Pigs.”
In a recent interview with BBC, Heather declared her love for her estranged husband saying, “I’ll always love Paul. He’s the father of my child, and I’ll always have strong feelings for him.”
Heather also addressed the alleged smear campaign against her: “There is a huge agenda behind trying to destroy me and put me down. I’m not a publicity seeker … I haven’t gone ’round promoting things to finance my own pockets. But there are huge powers, I don’t have that powerful system that [Paul] has. There are huge powers that create these things for reasons of their own.”
Ms. Mills can be seen in the upcoming season four of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, which debuts Monday. Heather recently said, “I can’t really talk about [my daughter] Beatrice because of legal reasons and also because I’m protective and very private. But she dances around the room with me, and she loves to dress up in her princess dresses.”