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It’s not difficult to guess why it’s taken him so long to pluck up the courage. I started out playing under an alias because I wanted to start quietly. I thought about God a lot – I have always been interested in spirituality and I’m reading the Bible right now.‘It’s hard to live up to The Beatles,’ admits James. Travelling in a white minivan, James and his tiny entourage (his manager, tour manager and bodyguard) have driven more than 13,000 miles, staying at cheap motels (a cockroach skitters across the floor of the one where we meet).‘Growing up, I put a lot of pressure on myself,’ he explains. Then I broke up with my girlfriend and started doing drugs once again.’ James’s behaviour caused a damaging rift with his family, despite the fact that Sir Paul has always been open about his own recreational drug use.Speaking of rumours he had slept in a bed with his father for “month” after her death, he told the newspaper: “We were both grieving together. We all adore her.” His opinion is in stark contrast to his thoughts on his father’s former wife Heather Mills, who had a daughter Beatrice in 2003.“That first night, in Arizona, when she’d just died I thought it would be too sad for Dad to sleep on his own so I kept him company." He added he then went into a “rough” period where he “got more and more into drugs”. “My relationship with Heather was not very good,” said Mc Cartney. “But I wouldn’t want to say anything negative about her because she’s a good mother to Beatrice and that’s the most important thing.” Mc Cartney has a new album, entitled Me, and is currently touring the US.Sir Paul Mc Cartney's son has spoken candidly for the first time about his drug addiction and the difficult relationship he had with former step-mother Heather Mills. We all adore her.”Mc Cartney’s decision to go into the music industry was not always clear-cut, he said.

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Presenters Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid were forced to do most of the talking during the short segment with Beatles legend Paul Mc Cartney’s 35-year-old son. When asked whether his father was a “friendly critic” of his work, the singer said: “Constructive criticism, definitely yeah.”A brace of tweets followed the unfortunate segment. In an interview with the last week, Mc Cartney was slightly more open.