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September 19th, 2012
Doctor Who Adventures issue 287
Sorry! Slightly out of breath.I just nipped back to Henry VIII’s en suite to try and retrieve Rory’s phone charger (honestly, those Ponds!) when Anne Boleyn challenged me to a game of darts.
You know me, never one to turn down a challenge! Fast forward two hours and 17 guards mere chasing me around the Hampton Court maze. Thank Boe I parked the TARDIS in the centre. Which reminds me, I must get a hedge setting for the sonic. And a chocolate lemonade setting. And a knitting setting!
*Behind the scene
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