The Beatles were around for a long time, and their presence in the world was overtly complex. While there were of course other bands around at the time, none were as stratospherically popular as them, which meant everybody wanted a piece of the fab four. This meant a lot of groupies surrounded the band on their travels.
Over the course of the years the band shacked up in a number of hotels and private venues whilst on the road.
But when their popularity began catapulting in the earlier years, John Lennon brought along his wife, Cynthia Lennon.
Cynthia, who was born September 10, 1939, was happy to accompany her husband on tour, as it had been one of the first times she took a trip to the U.S.A.
Of course, eventually it would come to pass that John marriage with Cynthia would eventually break down once Yoko Ono was in the picture - but until then, Cynthia was extremely supportive of her husband's endeavours.
Source: Callum Crumlish/express.co.uk