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from the Guardian

Valentino: 'I have a big big love for England'

2010 - 15 de diciembre: las primeras obras de Valentino se exhiben en Valentino, Retrospectiva: Pasado, Presente y Futuro

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from Mail Online

Julia Roberts' Oscar gown and Jackie Kennedy's wedding dress go on show to celebrate work of 'master of couture' Valentino

Julia Roberts' Oscar gown and Jackie Kennedy's wedding dress go on show to…

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from British Vogue

The Beauty At Cannes 2016

Julia Roberts Cannes 2016

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from British Vogue

Julia On Joining Taylor's Squad

JULIA ROBERTS almost didn't make it on to stage with Taylor Swift when the singer invited her to join her tour "squad" last summer, but her children encouraged her to overcome her nerves. The Oscar-winning actress took to the stage in a casual jeans and T-shirt look having had "about five minutes notice" that she'd appear on stage.

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from Babble

25 Movies You Didn't Know Were Based on Books

Sleeping with the enemy my favourite movie of all time. Especially when she meets ben and gets the nj Nice house

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from IMDb

Stepmom (1998)

STEPMOM Director: Chris Columbus Year: 1998 Cast: Julia Roberts, Susan Sarandon, Ed Harris, Jena Malone, Liam Aiken

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from BookBub Blog

20 Books to Read Based on Your Hogwarts House

Eat Pray Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia: Amazon.de: Elizabeth Gilbert: Fremdsprachige Bücher

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from Mail Online

Julia Roberts, 47, looks radiant on Malibu shopping trip

Julia Roberts, 47, looks radiant on Malibu shopping trip #dailymail

from Marie Claire

Best Celebrity Homes

Julia Roberts house

from Mail Online

Following Julia Roberts to Eat, Pray, Love on the enchanting island of Bali

2010: “Hillary Clinton loved it. Elle Macpherson thinks that every woman should read it. Sophie Dahl wants to give a copy of it to all her girlfriends. Ditto Julia Roberts. And so, of course, do I. However, only if my chums promise to balance the book on their heads to improve their deportment skills. For I wouldn’t want them to suffer. I wouldn’t want them to have to read the darned thing. Yet more than nine million women have devoured Eat, Pray, Love, the international best-seller..."