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Former royal harpist guilty

A FORMER royal harpist was convicted yesterday of handling stolen goods while battling a drug addiction.

But Jemima Phillips, 28, who played at the wedding of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, was found not guilty of being involved in three burglaries.

The Royal College of Music graduate, of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, had already admitted one count of attempted fraud.

Co-defendant and ex-boyfriend William Davies, 41, of Cheltenham, was found guilty of four counts of burglary.


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