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In times of political upheaval and uncertainty, it’s a relief to know that Milifandom lives on.
Most recently, Miliband was spotted taking a selfie with a gaggle of teenage girls, who’ve now become the envy of teenage girls across the land.
Milifandom was rife around the 2015 general election, and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Student Alice Harrison and her friends spotted Miliband on the London Underground, and this happened:
When @Ed_Miliband asks for a photo because he catches you taking a selfie on the tube❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/MNVxW0PH90 — alice (@alice)
@aliceeharrison @lilianmjones @Ed_Miliband This is the best thing ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ WHAT A BABE — Sheri B | BrandyBPapier (@Sheri B | BrandyBPapier)
as long as some teens are being nice to ed miliband there will always be some joy left in this terrible world https://t.co/T8UagZkmOY — Abby Tomlinson (@Abby Tomlinson)
Can confirm the #Milifandom is well and truly still active. @Ed_Miliband being a class act on the @northernline rig… https://t.co/wm971qUazx — Matt Spencer (@Matt Spencer)
@ThatMattSpencer @annesnelgrove @Ed_Miliband @northernline At least he found a seat, unlike Corbyn — Anthony Ward (@Anthony Ward)
@TheLastLeg.. Or is this just the effect @Ed_Miliband has on women? https://t.co/0tpZmk5zHc — Brent A. Martin (@Brent A. Martin)
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