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QUIZ: Can you spot the real Tatler headline from the fake?

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It’s easy to make fun of Tatler – and it’s fun too. Which is why people do it. All the time.

Britain’s most aristocratic brand has come under ridicule recently for its decision to declare royal baby Charlotte as the most powerful person in country.

But then, that's why they're brilliant. Whereas most websites try and fail to provide all things for all people, Tatler’s content is solely driven at the poshest sections of our society.

And it results in some pretty hilarious stories – but can you tell the difference between a real-life Tatler headline and our posho pretenders?

 

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