Pattie Boyd was the Queen of the Sixties and beyond!.a drop-dead gorgeous model, photographer, and the inspiration for the timeless 'Something, 'Layla' and 'Wonderful Tonight'. Her story is one of drama, struggle and, ultimately, affirmation, but her struggles (against addiction, tragedy, infertility) were lived with two of the twentieth-century's greatest musical icons: her husbands George Harrison and Eric Clapton. Now, after 40 years, she tells her extraordinary story. From growing up in Kenya in a privileged but broken home, becoming a Sixties supermodel, working with Bailey and Ozzie Clarke, and meeting the Beatles, to marriage with George and then Eric, to the accidents and brushes with tragedy -- her own and Eric's -- this is a mesmerising human story, played out among some of the most iconic and charismatic figures of the late twentieth century. Written with the acclaimed biographer and journalist Penny Junor, Wonderful Tonight is rich and raw, it is funny, heartbreaking and heartwarming.