"Far from being a shy little thing, Maureen was talkative, full of laughter and great fun; we all liked her enormously and thought she was good for Ringo. […] All of the Beatles’ women got on with each other, but Maureen, who was one of the most down-to-earth, honest people I ever knew, became my closest friend.” -Cynthia.
"There was definitely a north-south divide among the wives and girlfriends. And I had the definite impression that the girls from the north felt they had a prior claim to ‘the boys’. Jane Asher was the girlfriend with whom I felt most at home.” -Pattie.