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    • Marco Mauas
    • 01.05.11 | 13:09 (IDT)

    Not so quickly dismiss the interest of 2 billion eyes seeing the marriage scene. There is a void in between, but no cynicism can do with it, because there was surely an encounter. there is something real in the encounter. And if surely i'ts not all, it's for them to deal with it, no wise men to do the job.

    from the article: Pomp, Posh and the prettier sister
    First published 01:01 01.05.11 | Last updated 01:01 01.05.11
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