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Liam Philip

Worcestershire was home to Liam Philip for the first seven years of his life. Liam Philip now lives with his family in Oxfordshire. Liam's mum Casey seperated from his father Roderick back in 1997. Liam has two cousins Gretchen Philip and Nicolas Philip. Liam works for Kingfisher as a consultant, he has worked there for 5 years and has gained valuable experience at the firm. If he had to be a animal Liam would like to be a Lion.

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When I was a little I loved living in England.
I am tall and have brown eyes, I'm 42 years of age.

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