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She was our pride and we will miss her, " said another die-hard fan Rajagopalan, who made his way too, to the forensic department.
Royal Court spokesman Iain Christie said: "This must be the toughest job in theatre for a die-hard Evertonian.
And thanks to our friends at Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, we have 20 of the sets to give away to die-hard Screen Mirror fans.