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Suffolk/Essex: Popstar Olly Murs spotted at Jimmy’s Farm

17:44 29 July 2014

Olly Murs enjoying a day at Jimmy's Farm. Pictured here with Dominique Ward and friend Lucy Chapman

Olly Murs enjoying a day at Jimmy's Farm. Pictured here with Dominique Ward and friend Lucy Chapman

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Essex popstar Olly Murs was spotted at Jimmy’s Farm today.

Ipswich mum-of-two, Dominique Ward, said the popstar, who rose to fame in the X Factor was enjoying his day with his sister and nephew. She said: “He was very happy to have his photo taken with us. We chatted for ages about his day and our day. He seemed a genuinely decent person.”

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  • Jacob aged five met olly today he was real nice and chatted and more than happy to have pictures taken.jaxob told olly his favourite song is dear darling and that mummy has me singing it as her ring tone. Olly asked jacob to sing abit of it but he went abit shy so mummy sang abit instead!

    jacob wisbey aged five with olly

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    sharnyjac09

    Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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