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Britain / Royal Engagement #989393

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 24, 2010
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) The controversy in Britain over the commemorative coin featuring Prince William and fiancée Kate Middleton noted; coin and photo shown.

(London: Mark Phillips) The royal family’s determination to protect Kate from hounding by paparazzi featured; details given about the death of Princess Diana, who was being pursued by paparazzi, and about Britain's "red carpet" law for photographers. [Public relations consultant Max CLIFFORD†- says if Tiger Woods had been British you wouldn’t know about him.] [Former “The Sun” editor Kelvin MACKENZIE†- predicts what will happen after the wedding.]

Mason, Anthony;
Phillips, Mark

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