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If The Media Wrote About Theresa May's Husband The Way They Write About Samantha Cameron

Wonder how much they'll talk about him ~vamping up his style~.

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1. They would be really keen to point out when he shows off his waist.

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2. And when he makes some ~adventurous~ wardrobe choices.

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3. They would applaud him for bringing trousers to the forefront of fashion.

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4. They might even hail him as the perfect party husband.

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5. But the media would ask some important questions about his day job, such as, should he have one?

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6. They might say that with his enviable looks and lifestyle, he has it all.

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7. No detail would be spared in the event he gets whisked away for his birthday.

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8. But he might get a new nickname in the process.

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9. It's OK though, because maybe even an ice king is actually self-deprecating and warm.

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10. Maybe he'll no longer talk, but instead nag.

Nagging husbands, amirite ladies?
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Nagging husbands, amirite ladies?

11. And maybe they'll just wax lyrical about his trendsetting ways but remind you he's so much more than a sharp suit.

A man who can dress himself and has a job? Where do I sign up?
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A man who can dress himself and has a job? Where do I sign up?