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Firth's wife prefers mending old clothes

London, Jan 2 (IANS) Actor Colin Firth's wife Livia Giuggioli says she does not throw away clothes that need a little stitching. She prefers to mend them for further use.

Jan 2 2013, 3:27am CST | by

Firth's wife prefers mending old clothes
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London, Jan 2 — Actor Colin Firth's wife Livia Giuggioli says she does not throw away clothes that need a little stitching. She prefers to mend them for further use.

Giuggioli accepts she does not throw away things, reports thesun.co.uk.

"With my kids' clothes, we do a lot of hand-me-downs with friends," said Livia, who is a well-known Italian film producer.

"I mend. I know often it is easier to throw away a sock with a hole and buy a new one than mend it, but I don't do that," she added.

The couple has two sons - Luca, 11, and Matteo, 9.

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