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‘I’m a lucky man’: Jamie Oliver declares his love for wife Jools in the SWEETEST Instagram post

*Jamie is giving us serious #husbandgoals*

Jamie and Jools Oliver are low-key for Matthew Williamson's A/W fashion show in London on 20 February 2001.

SO, as well as being a superstar chef and loveable telly personality, it turns out Jamie Oliver is also a top …Continue reading »


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