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The ad shows busy Barber, who has made a career out of her hilarious "mum" versions of glamorous Hollywood trends, juggling a full-on family day. No, the actress had to explain patiently, she and her partner, More FM DJ Clarke Gayford, were not engaged and the party she'd already been planning for weeks was not an opportunity to make an announcement.

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