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OUR SOPHIE: Mrs Mirabella Is Born

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Border mail photo by MATTHEW SMITHWICKFuture Lodge occupants Mr and Mrs Sophie Mirabella (nee Panopoulos) were wed in a lavish nuptial spectacular yesterday that mesmerised the entire population of north-eastern Victoria.

Humble townsfolk from the place we call “Wang” lined the route to the Cathedral and threw rose petals and shed tears as the area’s Princess finally took husband. The feistiest party girl of the north-east will leave a massive hole in the social affairs of the community as she transforms from Princess to the full rank of local Queen.

Political insiders were shocked that Ms Panopoulos had taken the traditional family values step of becoming a Mrs Mirabella although proud locals were chuffed that she was honouring her man in every way.

It seems that Sophie has seen the light … Mirabella that is!

Published June 12 by The Other Cheek … photo by Mathew Smithwick Border Mail

Sophie weds in military theme
BY CHLOE BUGELLY … full story here

SEVERAL government dignitaries stood alongside members of the public to greet Mr and Mrs Mirabella with warm applause as the newlyweds emerged from Wangaratta’s Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral on Saturday.

Health Minister Tony Abbott, federal MP Bronwyn Bishop and liberal heavyweight Michael Kroger were among the 250 guests who witnessed member for Indi Sophie Panopoulos become Mrs Mirabella.

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Written by Greg Naylor

12 June 2006 at 9:00 am

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