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Well, if you cling to the naive notion that newspapers are there to report the truth, nothing could really be wrong with that. I mean, I had a baby with this girl. She's a good friend of mine, she still is a good friend. It's a nice thing. There's really not much more to it than that, but that doesn't sell newspapers, so a nasty spin has to be given to it, hence the extraordinary efforts of various newspapers to dig dirt on the new mother happily enjoying her new baby while the Daily Mail paid £125,000 to her ex-lover to sell private pictures of her.

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