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Through this marriage, Mills is entitled to the title of Heather Mills, Lady Mc Cartney, though she does not use it.After her marriage to Mc Cartney, Mills became involved in animal rights advocacy and as of 2012 is a patron of Viva!In 2003, the Open University awarded her an honorary doctorate for her philanthropic work on behalf of amputees.In 2004, she received a "Children in Need" award from the annual International Charity Gala in Düsseldorf and in the same year, the University of California, Irvine, gave her their 2004 Human Security Award and created the Heather Mills Mc Cartney Fellowship in Human Security to support graduate students conducting research on pressing human security issues.She later wrote that at the age of 15 she ran away to join a funfair, and lived in a cardboard box under Waterloo station for four months, although Stapley denied this by saying that she occasionally left home at weekends to travel with a young man who worked for a funfair in London.During her stated period of homelessness, her school records indicate that she and her sister were both enrolled at Usworth comprehensive in Tyne and Wear until April 1983, and at Hydeburn Comprehensive, in Balham, on 6 June 1983, where they both stayed until 2 July 1984.After returning to London, Mills asked Karmal to marry her.Karmal said yes, but on one condition: "I told her I couldn't marry her until she did something about her compulsive lying, and she agreed to see a psychiatrist for eight weeks.
which contains lamb, for him; and her former sister-in-law, Dianna Karmal, claims that Mills became a vegetarian after meeting Mc Cartney.
She admitted she had a problem and said it was because she'd been forced to lie as a child by her father".
Mills set up a refugee crisis centre in London, helping over 20 people to escape the war.
They met at Newcastle University, and were married against the wishes of Finlay's father, who did not attend the wedding and only saw his daughter once more before he died.
He was very fond of animals (working for the RSPCA for a time), and Mills remembered her family always having a dog and a cat, as well as once having a pet goose and a white nanny goat that was allowed to roam the house owned by Mark's parents in Libanus, near Brecon.