Sir Paul McCartney has vowed to behave with dignity throughout his divorce battle with Heather Mills, and has urged everyone else involved to follow suit. The pair split earlier this year after four years of marriage, a separation that has been played out in the pages of British tabloids. But, speaking at the premiere of his classical album ECCE COR MEUM at London's Royal Albert Hall last night (3NOV06), MCCartney insisted he bears no grudge against Mills. MCCartney also revealed he has turned to music to help him through troublesome times and that he is optimistic about the future. He said, "There are certain things in life that are personal and I think a relationship with a partner is intensely personal and I prefer to keep it that way. "I think when you are going through difficulties the thing to do, for sake of all the people concerned, is to keep a certain dignity and remember that it is a private affair "That way you will probably get through it better, you will put less noses out of joint and I think it's a more dignified way to go about it. So that's what I try to do. "I don't hold grudges against anyone. I don't blame anyone for the sadnesses that have happened to me. "Even through difficult moments, I like to try and look to the other side and think there'll come a time when I'll feel better."