'A Christmas Carol' - World premiere - arrivals held on Leicester Square.

Phil Tufnell and family - Phil Tufnell and family London, England - 'A Christmas Carol' - World premiere - arrivals held on Leicester Square. Tuesday 3rd November 2009 (6 Pictures)


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Jamie Archer
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Nicola Mclean 3

Nicola Mclean
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Tania Bryer
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Olly Murs 5

Olly Murs
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Joe Mcelderry 6

Joe Mcelderry
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