Heather Mills

Heather Mills


Heather Mills is a British media personality, businesswoman, and activist born on 12 January 1968, In England.

Family Background:

She is the daughter of John Francis Mills and Beatrice Mary Mills. Her father was a former paratrooper. Mills has one elder brother named Shane and a younger sister named Fiona.

Personal Life:

In 1989, She married Alfie Karmal and divorced after two years.  In 2002, She had married McCartney. The couple had one child daughter Beatrice McCartney. They divorced in 2009.


She had attended the ‘Usworth Grange Primary School’ and after she had enrolled ‘Usworth Comprehensive School’ in Washington.


She herself had to have a prosthetic leg attached that had to be changed several times as her leg healed, which had made her realize that there were thousands of prosthetic limbs that had been discarded by other patients and were available. She had used these discarded limbs to rehabilitate citizens of Croatia who had lost their limbs to landmines. She had been awarded £ 200,000 as a reward for her injury and earned another £ 180,000 from interviews with the media. She had used that money to set up the ‘Heather Mills Health Trust’ that is provided toward delivering prosthetic limbs to the needy. In 1995, She had published a book titled ‘Out on a Limb’ with the help of a ghostwriter, which had been re-published in 2002 as ‘A Single Step’. She had continued to work for the limbless and had been made the vice president of the ‘Limbless Association’. She had also received several awards for her work in the same domain.

Heather Mills

Unknown Facts:

  • Heather Anne Mills is her full name.

Master Stroke:

  • In 2009, She had opened a vegan restaurant named ‘VBites’ and bought the vegan food company ‘VBites Foods’.


  • She had received a lot of adverse publicity after her divorce and had been accused of marrying McCartney only for his money. A survey revealed her as one of the top five most-hated celebrities during that period.

Awards and Achievements:

  • In 1996, She received the ‘Gold Award for Outstanding Achievement’ award
  • In 1996, She received the ‘Human Achievement Award’.
  • In 2001, She received the Croatian Humanitarian Award.
  • In 2004, She received the UNESCO Children in Need Award.
  • In 2005, She received the ‘PETA Humanitarian Award’.
  • In 2007, She won the Vegan Society Achievement Award.
  • In 2008, She received the ‘Animal Activist of the Year Award’.
  • In 2009, She won the ‘VegNews Person of the Year’.

What can we learn from Her??

Like Heather Mills, Use Criticism to Make You Stronger. There is no special time to become a success.

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