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Love Bird, a well-bred daughter of Pivotal, looked more brilliant when winning by five lengths here this month.
Love Bird has a very similar profile to a recent winner of the race, Nightime, in that they had both won a maiden last time out and she could easily spring a surprise.
25 ( ANI ): A new wedding trend seems to be catching up with the love birds these days and that is to shock guests with a surprising wedding.
More adventurous love birds would prefer to visit destinations such as Norway, Iceland, Japan, Fiji and Marrakech.
There are three other formal dinnerware patterns: Stravagante, a bright floral pattern incorporating ribbons and butterflies on a black background; Love Birds, a more muted, tone-on-tone design with a subtle bird motif; and Bouvier, a blue and pink floral on a taupe background adapted from an 18th century French design.
Love Birds can be a set by adding the brilliant matching ring.
The love birds went viral and late-night TV comics called the their romance "Brokeback Iceberg".
RELAX with a cuppa in a bird print mug: Choose from Friends are Family mug, pounds 5; Owls mug, pounds 6; Love birds mug, pounds 6.
Perhaps the obvious point of entry would be Love Birds (begun in 1998 and completed last year), a pair of eleven-foot-tall sculptures--made from heavy-duty water barrels, grain-silo caps, and the remains of two Ford Econoline vans.
Zoo administration has also offered other animals for adoption including Bengal Tigar, White Tiger, African Lion, White Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus, Leopard, Chimpanzee, Wolf, Balck Bear Jackal, Nilgai, Wild Boar and all kinds of Monkeys, Red deer, Samber, Wallaby, Fellow deer, Hog deer, Spotted deer, Moufflon sheep, Chinkara, Peafowl, Finches, Love birds, Rabbit, Guinea Pig, All water Birds, Ostrich, Emu, Cassowary, Gavial and otter.
The former love birds are growing closer again, much to Natasha and Peter's anxiety.
Mark, 26, and Denise Duffield-Thomas, 30, from London, clinched the 'Ultimate Job in Ireland' competition after beating off a clutch of other love birds for the coveted role, which comes with a 20,000 euro (pounds 17,362) salary.