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A parliament of Pratts

Spencer Matthews and Stephanie Pratt share their love on Twitter

 

A group of owls is referred to as a parliament and given that Made in Chelsea ‘star’ Spencer Matthews has united with his namesake and fellow reality television creation Spencer Pratt’s sister, Stephanie, we are given to suggest that the trio are just such also.

 

Spencer Matthews tweets
Spencer Matthews tweets
Stephanie Pratt responds
Stephanie Pratt responds

 

In a series of tweets, Matthews and Pratt shared images of themselves kissing and declared how much they missed one another. Given that the relationship of ‘Speidi’ (the combined nickname given to Spencer Pratt and his wife Heidi Montag) was a reality television creation, could that of this duo be just such also?

 

Either way, all we can say is: Twit, twit, twoo.

 

 

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1 comment on “A parliament of Pratts”

  1. Reality Television is perceived as a shortcut to Easy Street and instant Stardom, without the required talent and formal qualifications. Becoming famous without having to pay one’s dues.
    A Los Angeles reporter once summed it up as ” cheap fame” So called book deals written by ghost writers.
    The general public must be bloody fools or crazy.

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