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Amy Adams gives up first class plane seat to American soldier

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David Cameron declares himself fan of Games of Thrones (sic) at PMQs

PM fudged referenced to Queen's visit to set of HBO show

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Actor previously said that hypocrisy drives him crazy

Prince Harry in the stands before the FIFA World Cup, Group D match at the Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

England v Costa Rica: 'Prince Harry could have inspired team at earlier matches' says FA chairman Greg Dyke

Prince Harry watched the match during his tour of Brazil and Chile

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