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Harley Street dental firm uses Meghan Markle on a billboard

MailOnline Thursday, 17 May 2018
Harley Street dental firm uses Meghan Markle on a billboardThe advert (pictured), which has been placed on the M25 for mass exposure ahead of the big day on Saturday, promises to 'make your teeth sparkle like Meghan Markle'.
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