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I've just skim-read this and guess that Sarah Brown has just published her diaries from her time at 10 Downing Street (Brits - correct me if I'm wrong). The book is being serialised by The Daily Mail and here's what she had to say about meeting George:
From the Daily Mail
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A LESSON IN CHARM FROM CLOONEY
Tuesday 8 April, 2008: The whole of No 10 is in full-on swoons at the visit of George Clooney, who at the start of this year took up a role as a UN ‘messenger of peace’.
He and his colleagues arrive before 9am to meet Gordon and get right down to a discussion about what action can be taken on Darfur, using Gordon’s international contacts and Clooney’s megawatt media power.
I am not trying to be cool, but I am not part of the meeting and so stay in the flat with the boys. Then, I get a call from Gordon’s diary secretary, asking if I will take the boys over to say hello to George.
Of course, Mr Clooney is very charming, and a properly professional famous person. By this, I mean that he has that way of paying attention to everyone who walks into a room, looking to control what happens so that the experience works well, that conversation is good, that he is liked.
It is not a bad thing, it is just noticeable among very famous people, and Mr Clooney seems to be among the best at this
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And the cheek of her suggesting George play Gordon in a bio pic...in her dreams LOL....
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