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I'm moving to paragraph 41 and we're returning to the "open season" point. You say there that if you take part in an innocuous photoshoot for Hello magazine or any other, say for a Christmas family photo, then your private life is open season. I think you're there stating what you believe to be one attitude to privacy. It's right, isn't it, that in your case, in your capacity as a journalist, you have written about your private life?

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