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Family Affairs

by | 16th, September 2003

‘FAMILY is as important today as it ever was.

Blaine is not the only right tit on display

We gush with pride as the Sun spots sisters Charlie and Casey Banwell flashing their chests at David Blaine as he sits in his glass eyrie. Their mum can only be marginally less proud of her girls than we are.

And we positively glow with the news that in our fractured, increasingly selfish society the Mirror can still find a family that sticks together through thick and thicker.

No matter that your husband was sleeping with your mum. No matter that you caught them in bed together just 10 days after your wedding. No matter. This is family, and blood is thicker than whatever left that celebration stain on your wedding bed.

The personalities in this tale of family unity are jilted wife Alison Smith, her mum Pat and husband and lover George Greehowe.

The Mirror catches up with the whole happy bunch as Alison plays bridesmaid at the wedding of the other two. “He never apologised for what he did,” says Alison, “but everyone makes mistakes.”

They certainly do. And the biggest one of all would have been to let so little a thing get in the way of family.’

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