‘Red-blooded’ George Harrison’s womanising almost ruined his marriage

London: A new documentary has claimed that George Harrison was such a ‘womaniser’ that he was almost on the brink of ruining his 23-year-long marriage.

Martin Scorcese’s film ‘George Harrison: Living in a Material World’ will show the Beatle’s former bandmate Paul McCartney claiming that he ‘liked the things that men like. He was red-blooded.’

Even Harrison’s widow, Olivia, admitted that she often struggled to cope up with her wayward husband’s behaviour.

She also claimed that despite seeming ‘like partners from the very beginning’ their relationship survived a series of ‘hiccups’.

“He did like women and women did like him,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.

“If he just said a couple of words to you it would have a profound effect. So it was hard to deal with someone who was so well loved,” she added.

The film will coincidentally mark the 10th death anniversary of Harrison, who passed away in November 2001, at the age of 58.


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