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Bridget

Saint
1. 453--523 ad, Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland. Feast day: Feb 1
2. ?1303-73, Swedish nun and visionary; patron saint of Sweden. Feast day: July 23
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Colin Firth, 55, returns as smitten Mark Darcy in Bridget Jones's Baby which comes out next year.
Determined to keep fundraising for the hospital, Bridget is now planning to take part in the Great North Swim next June in Lake Windermere to raise even more vital funds.
Instead Grey's Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey, 49, is expected to appear as a potential romantic interest for pregnant Bridget.
Too many 'orphans' land in Sydney so Bridget and her eldest sister travel by steamer to the new, less civilised settlement of Moreton Bay, which everyone calls Brisbane.
Back in the 90s, Bridget of the Blessed Big Pants was the patron saint for a generation of women like me - the ones who embraced disaster, regularly got things wrong, and believed all of life's woes could be solved by vino, Ben & Jerry's Phish Food, and pals who made you roar with laughter.
George wanted to go to Alicante again, and Bridget was determined to holiday in Torquay, and George ended up storming out of his home in his pyjamas, yanking his harlequin poodle Daisy with him on its leash.
Bridget said: "Gavin Perry came in with his girlfriend carrying a baby under the pretext he wanted some earrings valued.
The third installment in the Bridget Jones series, entitled "Bridget Jones' Baby," has been in development for years.
CEO & Founder of Bridget O'Brien PR and Events, Bridget O'Brien has produced many runway shows, red carpet events and brand launches in New York, Los Angeles, and most notably the closing show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Bridget, 44, who works at Jarrow School, has made the final of the national School Chef of the Year competition.
The book opens on Bridget, who is now in her early 50s, having a relationship with a young man who is about to turn 30.

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