When she sees Harrie's face I hope she smiles," Laura added."When Beverley was talking about her depression on , I totally got what she was saying, because I've been there too. But now I'm more equipped to deal with it."Laura noted that she has made attempts to contact both Beverley's husband and other members of their family.
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Martine Mc Cutcheon rocked up at the ITV studios today wearing a particularly snazzy pair of sneakers, which feature silver stars on the side and are by none other than Saint Laurent. They're a bit of an investment, but are just as essential as a good pair of heels this season, so follow the link (right) to snap them up.
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