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Blake Lively, Princess Kate, and Naomie Harris All Channeled Serious Bridal Fashion Vibes This Week

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Jun 242016
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Blake Lively juxtaposes a hoodie and feathers, Duchess Kate is clad in one of her favorite bridal designers, and Naomie Harris gives the LWD a modern and fresh spin. Here, the red carpet looks we couldn't get enough of for bridal fashion inspiration this week.

Blake Lively in New York City: Blake Lively has been averaging two to three outfit changes per day: no small feat for a celebrity without a stylist — especially one with a growing baby bump! One of our favorite ensembles on her this week was a pearl gray cashmere hoodie and white feather-embroidered mikado tank dress from Michael Kors Collection — the perfect post-ceremony brunch ensemble that combines comfort and class. Her ponytail and simple accessories will be the only things you'll have energy to wear after a night of partying and celebration.

See More: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Want Even More Kids and We Can't Contain Our Excitement

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge at a Gala Dinner To Support East Anglia's Children's Hospices' Nook Appeal: Duchess Kate always gets it right in the style department, doesn't she? She was the epitome of elegance in one of her all-time favorite designers this week: none other than Jenny Packham. Her pink embellished gown from the brand, with wispy short tulle sleeves, was made for the bride who wants to wear a bit of color on her big day, or one who wants to change into something dazzling for her nighttime reception. With a number like this, you'll want to let it play centerstage. Case in point: Kate's refined chignon and sparkling diamond earrings.

Naomie Harris at The Boodles Tennis Event:
A LWD (little white dress) will never go out of style—at least not in our books. If you're looking for outdoor engagement party inspiration, then look no further than Naomie Harris's strapless white Victoria Beckham dress with a flirty bow. Did we mention we pretty much love everything that Mrs. Beckham designs? We loved the addition of Naomie's Aquazzura flats and Milly clutch: just the right accents for schmoozing on the grass while still making a statement.

Princess Kate, Kim Kardashian and Ciara All Channeled Serious Bridal Fashion Vibes This Week

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May 272016
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Ciara shimmers and sparkles in silver metallic, Kim Kardashian goes sultry with a thigh-high slit, and Princess Kate demonstrates the power of the suit. Here, the red carpet wedding dress inspiration we couldn't get enough of this week.

(Above) Ciara at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards: Bride-to-be Ciara is constantly atop the world's Best Dressed lists and for good reason: the recently-signed IMG model wears high-fashion effortlessly. As the co-host of the Billboard Music Awards this past Sunday, she had a slew of outfit changes, but her first of the evening was our favorite: a silver Philipp Plein gown with low-cut sides and a sexy slit. This would be the perfect, minimal wedding gown with a more covered bodice — no one wants a wardrobe mishap on their big day! And her chic bangs and dewy skin complemented her ensemble beautifully.

See More: Ciara and Russell Wilson Look Like a Picture-Perfect Bride and Groom While Attending a Friend's Wedding

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Kim Kardashian at the La Traviata Premiere in Rome: Mere days before her second wedding anniversary, Kim Kardashian was the epitome of bridal perfection in Rome. She joined fashionable forces with one of her favorite brands (and ours), slipping into a white, one-shoulder sculpted Valentino gown with a thigh-baring slit: can you say epic wedding gown? You may not want to try on her sky-high gold platform sandals for your big day, but you'll definitely want to try her flawless face and sleek ponytail.

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Princess Kate at The Queen's Garden Party: Another week, another Alexander McQueen look from Princess Kate! Her latest ensemble included a ruffle-accented jacket and skirt pairing, along with a ladylike fascinator: for brides-to-be whose style skews more conservative. She and the British brand will always be a match made in sartorial heaven and the best thing about this look is the fact that it can be remixed time and time again — wearing just the jacket with printed trousers and flats or the skirt with a tank and statement-making sandals.

See More: A Celebrity Fashion Stylist's Secrets on Styling Your Engagement Pictures

Princess Kate, Emmy Rossum, and Julianne Hough Give Wedding Party Style Inspiration on the Red Carpet

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May 062016

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is pretty in pink in one of her favorite brands, Emmy Rossum demonstrates the power of a simple and chic little white dress, and Julianne Hough is a boho beauty in a go-to bridal designer. Here, the red carpet looks we couldn't get enough of this week.

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge at the "Vogue 100: A Century Of Style" Exhibition: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has quite the history with the Alexander McQueen brand. Her wedding gown was created by McQueen's designer, Sarah Burton, so it was magical to see her wear the brand again this week. She celebrated her VOGUE UK cover at the magazine's centennial exhibition—slipping on a blush pink peplum top and pleated skirt from the iconic British fashion house. The look spoke to her refined style and would be perfect for your engagement party, if you're opting for classic elegance. And if you're thinking of taking the ensemble up a notch, you can always add a hot pink lip and statement-making sandals in place of the Duchess's voluminous tresses and pared-down accessories.

See More: Kate Middleton Just Released Four New, Too-Cute Photos of Princess Charlotte

Emmy Rossum at the Keanu Los Angeles Premiere: We've certainly got our eyes on Emmy Rossum! The brunette beauty got engaged in September, so she could get hitched any minute. And she's been giving us pre-wedding party style inspiration every step of the way—hitting the red carpet weekly in looks we want to mimic for the momentous festivities. This week, it was all about a flirty, textured LWD and timeless Christian Louboutin pumps—can you say rehearsal dinner? Her butterfly brooch was a nice touch and we recommend a custom pin that incorporates you and your future spouse's initials. This is also such an understated getup that you can easily add a great updo and head-turning accessories if you're more of a fashion daredevil.

Julianne Hough at FOX & Friends: Few designers make more gorgeous bridal-perfect looks than Monique Lhuillier. Julianne Hough chose a boho-chic embroidered dress from the designer: it doesn't get better than this when you're thinking of an outdoor, rehearsal dinner outfit. We're totally on board with her loose waves, rosy pink lips, and Bionda Castana pumps (a celeb fave). You can wear these pumps with everything from denim to a printed pencil skirt, so they're well worth the investment!

Apr 292016
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You're not just seeing things: When it comes to wedding dresses, the Kate Middleton effect is still very much present. The now-iconic Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen gown that Middleton wore to marry Prince William on April 29, 2011 (their anniversary is right around the corner!) immediately sent shockwaves throughout the bridal industry. At the time, Dan Rentillo, fashion director for David's Bridal, told Brides that dresses in similar styles began rocketing off the racks. "Women have really responded to the coverage," he said. "They're asking for ladylike gowns with clean, simple lines."

Nearly three years later, the main style elements that Kate's wedding dress embodied—that is, dramatic trains, deep V-necks, long sleeves, and lace detailing—were among our favorite details during Spring 2017 Bridal Fashion Week. What gowns best exemplified Kate Middleton's delightfully ubiquitous hold on bridal fashion? Read on to find out!


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Long, dramatic trains: Before Kate stepped out of the vintage car on her wedding day, trains were going out of style. Thought of as unwieldy and old-fashioned, many brides were opting for low-maintenance wedding dresses with short (or no) trains. Though Kate required several bridesmaids (and one Pippa) to wrangle her train, it made the case for bringing back the former wedding dress staple. Her gorgeous, cathedral-length train made a stunning statement as she walked down the Westminster Abbey aisle, giving guests a special stylish treat. This Lazarro wedding dress, from the designer's most recent collection, made a huge splash with its full train. Though it's not as long as Kate's, it has as much of an impact.


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Deep V-necks: One wouldn't expect a future princess to wear a wedding dress with a plunging neckline, but somehow, Kate made it work. Like this gorgeous Lela Rose dress that we just spotted at the designer's latest fashion show, Kate's gown used lace to make the neckline feel ladylike. Kate absolutely popularized this style of neckline, and Lela Rose's dress proves that it's still an irresistible look.


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Long Sleeves: Thanks to Kate, long-sleeved wedding dresses have overthrown strapless gowns as the most popular style. And for good reason! They're conducive to beading and embellishment, offer warmth for cold-weather weddings, and are perfect for more conservative or religious brides. Kate, for example, needed a more covered-up look to become the Duchess of Cambridge. The gorgeous lace sleeves on her wedding dress were tasteful without being too stuffy. This Oscar de la Renta gown, fresh off the runways, is a sleek update on Kate's wedding-day style. It shows how long sleeves can balance a modern silhouette, a concept that would surely get Kate's approval.


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Lace Detailing: One of our favorite aspects of Kate's wedding look is how it incorporated ladylike lace throughout. It was on her veil, sleeves, bodice, and hem — so delicate yet regal. Reem Acra, a veritable queen of royally romantic wedding dresses, used lace in nearly all of her Spring 2017 wedding dresses. This gown caught our eye because the lacy detailing reminded us of Kate's wedding dress. It's meticulously embellished, and yet the overall effect is still one of subtle sophistication.

8 Ways the Royal Wedding Ceremony Is Still Influencing the Bridal World

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Apr 292016
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The Royal Wedding was about so much more than just Kate Middleton marrying Prince William and becoming the Duchess of Cambridge — or, for that matter, her princess-perfect Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wedding dress. It signified a new era in royal-influenced weddings. Way back when Princess Diana married Prince Charles in 1981, her ivory silk taffeta-and-antique-lace gown designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, in addition to her cascading bouquet, caused a major ripple effect in wedding trends. And now, 33 years later, it's clear that the world still looks to the British Royals for ideas on how to plan a sophisticated, regal wedding with a mix of modern and vintage touches.

Though William and Kate tied the knot five years ago today (happy anniversary, you gorgeous couple, you), we still see some major aspects of their wedding reflected in real weddings every day. What are the biggest royal wedding moments that remain as popular as ever? Let's find out!

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1. The Wedding Dress
You knew this one was coming. Of all of the amazing fashion moments Kate has had since she's been in the public eye, her wedding dress still stands apart from the rest. The Grace Kelly-inspired gown sent dressmakers into a tizzy: The long train, deep V-neck, long sleeves, lace detailing and veil were replicated all over the world. Five years after Kate donned her now-iconic wedding dress, those refined details are still very much in style — we spotted them multiple times at Bridal Fashion Week!

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2. Wearing Two Wedding Dresses
We can't forget Kate's other wedding dress. After the ceremony and double kiss on the Buckingham Palace balcony, she changed into a second McQueen gown: a white satin strapless evening dress with a circle skirt and diamante detailing around the waist that was topped with a simple white shrug. Kate didn't invent the two-dress concept, but its become even more popular since she tried her hand at it. Many brides in our real wedding stories slip into something different after their ceremony. And why not? The most beautiful dress might not be great for dancing, so double the fun with a separate reception frock, á la Kate.

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3. White Bridesmaid Dresses
It was once thought that only the bride should wear white, but Pippa Middleton's knockout white cowl-neck bridesmaid dress threw that idea to the wind. No one could deny the appeal of a crisp-looking bridal party, and her simple silhouette ensured that Kate still had most (if not all) of the attention. Since then, we've featured wildly popular slideshows of ivory bridesmaid dresses, and fielded tons of etiquette questions on how to make the idea work. Thanks to the royals, it's always a nice day for a white wedding.

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4. Fascinating Fascinators
Princess Beatrice's controversial beige Philip Treacy fascinator wasn't the only one worn for Wills and Kate's wedding, though it was the most-talked-about. Even Victoria Beckham turned up in a sleek navy blue topper. The headwear seen that day was utterly captivating, and so delightfully British. Whimsical headpieces, like birdcage veils and feathered fascinators soon crossed the pond and became wedding-day staples. We still love the idea of a statement headpiece for a formal, Southern wedding, and so do brides!

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5. Delicate White Bouquets
Kate's held many a bouquet since her wedding day, but none have made as much of a statement as her white myrtle, lily-of-the-valley and hyacinth wedding bouquet. The delicate blooms, arranged in a shield shape, complemented the lace detailing on her wedding dress. White wedding bouquets, as shown on our June/July cover with Olivia Palermo, remain as well-liked as ever, but in the pared-down, elegant fashion that Kate displayed.

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6. Multiple Flower Girls
As is common in British weddings, Kate had one maid-of-honor, Pippa, and then a bridal party of young, flower-girl aged attendants. Kate Moss also followed this tradition for her wedding. While many U.S. brides struggle to select a mere handful of close friends and family to be bridesmaids, this circumvents that stressful task. Instead of 'maids, take a cue from the chic Brits by appointing several nieces, children, and friends to fill those roles.

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7. Bringing the Outdoors In
They said I do inside the venerated Westminster Abbey, but William and Kate got to experience a bit of the outdoors as they entered the historic venue. Florist Shane Connolly decked it out with eight 20-foot tall maple trees on either side of the main aisle, giving an enchanted forest vibe to the ceremony. With all of the logistical problems that an outdoor wedding ceremony can present, particularly in rainy London, this was an inspired idea. We've seen brides and grooms translate the notion into their receptions as well, using branches and lush greenery as centerpieces to create an indoor-outdoor vibe.

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8. Arriving in a Vintage Car
It's an iconic shot from the royal wedding, and for a good reason. Kate and her father Michael rolled up to Westminster Abbey in the Queen's classic 1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, with extra-large windows that made for a perfect wedding dress sneak peek. Whether it's the arrival vehicle or the getaway car, the mode of transportation is always important, especially to grooms. With vintage and retro-inspired weddings becoming more common, so are royal-style vintage wheels.

Prince William and Princess Kate’s Wedding Menu Revealed for the First Time — Find Out What Was Served!

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Oct 272015
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While Kate Middleton walked down the aisle of Westminster Abbey in that jaw-droppingly gorgeous lace wedding dress more than four years ago, we still can't help but obsess over every last detail of her wedding to Prince William on April 29, 2011. And this latest reveal not only has us giddy over royal wedding details, but also a bit hungry as well.

A menu card from the couple's royal post-wedding breakfast is up for auction, People reports, with a starting big of £650 (almost $1,000). The ornate, decorative menu for the meal, which was served to just 300 of the newlyweds' closest friends and family in the Buckingham Palace ballroom, has never been revealed before, as that part of the wedding was completely private.

After the official ceremony, which was attended by 1,900 people at Westminster Abbey, Queen Elizabeth hosted a post-wedding breakfast of champagne and canapés at Buckingham Palace for 600 guests. Later that evening, Prince Charles threw a dinner dance for about 300 guests in another one of the palace's state rooms.

See more: Princess Kate Wore Queen Elizabeth's Wedding Bracelet to a State Banquet

At the top of this newly revealed menu is Prince Charles' heraldic badge of three white ostrich feathers emerging from a gold crown with the words ''ICH DIEN,'' which translates to ''I SERVE." The badge and meal description is flanked by delicate drawings of ivy and birds on either side. A small, and what we can only assume is un-planned, decoration on the menu is a small food stain near the dessert description.

So what did Prince William and Princess Kate's guests dine on? The three-course meal kicked off with marinated South Uist salmon, Lyme Bay crab and wild Hebridean langoustines along with fresh herb salad. Guests were also treated to a 2009 Meursault, Domaine Guyot-Javillier wine.

The second course featured Saddle of North Highland Mey Select organic lamb, Highgrove spring vegetables, English asparagus, Jersey Royal potatoes and sauce Windsor. It was enjoyed alongside a 2004 L' Hospitalet de Gazin, Pomerol wine.

The royal celebratory meal ended with a mouth-watering trio of Berkshire honey ice cream, sherry trifle and chocolate parfait and came with Laurent Perrier Rose Champagne. Yum!

Princess Kate Wore Queen Elizabeth’s Wedding Bracelet to a State Banquet

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Oct 242015
Kate Middleton Wore Queen Elizabeth's Wedding Bracelet

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As if she wasn't already the most stunning royal ever, Princess Kate, looked like her most regal self earlier this week during a state dinner at Buckingham Palace to welcome the President of the People's Republic of China. But what made her royal ensemble even more meaningful were her diamond-studded accessories, more specifically, one of her bracelets, which was worn by Queen Elizabeth herself on her wedding day!

According to People, the shimmering design worn on Kate's left wrist was, indeed, worn by Queen Elizabeth to her wedding. It was designed by Prince Phillip and given to his bride on their wedding day in 1947. Three large diamonds in the piece are flanked by stepped geometric stones. Making the legacy of this piece even more special, the diamonds for this bracelet (and the Queen's engagement ring) were taken from Prince Philip's mother's, Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark's, tiara.

See more: Prince William Gushes About "Ladylike" Princess Charlotte

"I think it certainly shows the high esteem that the duchess is held in," Elizabeth Galton, Mappin and Webb's Creative Director, a brand whose served the royals since 1775, told People of Kate's latest accessory. "The Queen's private collection is obviously very personal."

In fact, the Queen most recently wore the same bracelet for her diamond jubilee!

Her seat at the banquet, too, was quite significant. She was sitting one spot away from the Queen! "The fact that she was seated in the second most prominent position at the banquet speaks volumes," Galton explains.

Too Cute! Prince William Gushes About His “Lady-Like” Daughter Charlotte and “Lively” Son George

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Oct 172015
There's nothing cuter than a dad bragging about his kids, and it seems like Prince William can't get enough of the newest member of his family! This week, according to Us Weekly, he couldn't wait to tell Cambridge University professor Christopher Dobson that his kids are "delightful," especially his daughter, Princess Charlotte.

Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their second child on May 2.

The professor told local reporters that the pair "talked a little bit about the children and he did make a couple of comments about their different temperaments. [Prince William] said George is very lively and Charlotte is very lady-like. He said they were both delightful, of course."

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After their get-together, Dobson gifted 33-year-old Prince William, his three-year-old son, Prince George, and five-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte, with a children's book titled Fitz and Will — the Cambridge Cats. The professor picked out the book for the family, he said, because a dog in its pages resembles the royal family's pooch, Lupo.

This isn't the first time Prince William has gushed about his little girl, though. In recent weeks, he told the Telegraph, "She's been a little joy from heaven. But at the same time, it's a lot more responsibility, looking after two little ones, especially when George is around. He's a little monkey."

Princess Charlotte was christened in July, a celebration the couple opened for the public. "The Duke and Duchess are hugely grateful for the warm wishes they have received since Princess Charlotte's birth," a statement from the Palace said at the time.

Never-Before-Seen Photos from Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s Wedding

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Aug 112015
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Before there was Kate, Diana Spencer, otherwise known as the eternally beloved Princess Diana, was the royal bride to beat. The official portraits that were released to the public have lived on for the 34 years since their wedding as iconic royal and wedding moments. But now, 14 never-before-seen behind-the-scenes photos from Princess Diana and Prince Charles's big day are going up for auction at Boston's RR Auction house next month.

The photographs were taken by Lord Patrick Lichfield, a nobleman and well-known British photographer, who was the only one allowed "backstage" at the big day, People reports. Litchfield's assistant developed the shots for the royal family, which filled two albums, and kept the outtakes for himself. Now, they're being sold with a starting bid at $300, but, because of the public's affection for Diana, are expected to go for a lot more.

See more: See the Official Royal Portraits from Princess Charlotte's Christening!

According to RR Auction house, the collection up for sale includes: "seven black-and-white glossy 10 x 8 photos, seven color satin-finish 7 x 5 photos, and the pass used by Lichfield's assistant for access to the palace."

"I was the photographic assistant to Lord Patrick Lichfield...the only photographer allowed to take informal photographs of the royal family and their guests when they returned to Buckingham Palace...for the wedding reception. These are original prints," Litchfield's assistant details in a letter to the auction house. "These are photos that did not go into that album [and were given to Litchfield's assistant in recognition of the work done on the wedding photographs]. To my knowledge, none have ever been published. Very few people have ever laid eyes on them."

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Included in the collection are a series of shots of Diana addressing her young wedding party as they wait to take the official portraits.

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There is also a photograph of Princess Diana and Prince Charles together, and a shot of the couple's customary address to the public from the palace taken from an insider's perspective.

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Plus, there's a few stolen shots of the queen walking around in the background, which is pretty incredible.

Prince William Gushes Even More About Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Kate

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Jul 132015

The cuteness continues! Prince William may have started his new job today as an air ambulance pilot, but all he could talk about were his loved ones back home, particularly Kate, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte.

In an interview with The Royal Family Channel, William opened up about his butterflies for starting a new job (he is the first senior heir to take on a civilian job) and how he's balancing that with this precious family.

"It is fantastic having a lovely little family and I am so thrilled," William said of his two children and wife, Kate. Speaking of Kate, he has nothing but praise for the Duchess. "Catherine has been doing an amazing job as a mother and I'm very proud of her," he adorably gushed.

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As for their two adorable little ones, William says he's loving fatherhood and having Charlotte. "She has been a little joy of heaven," he dished of his young daughter. "But at the same time it is more responsibility, looking after two little ones, especially when George is around."

It's even more with George around, because, according to Wills, he's an active tot. "He's a little monkey," he hilariously noted.

The interviewer prodded, asking whether they were happy with Prince George and Princess Charlotte or whether there would be more royal babies on the way. Wills, as you can imagine, feels pretty tied up at the moment but isn't ruling it out for the future. "We've only just had the second one. You never know what is going to happen in the future."

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