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  • Speed-dating, but for BFFs
  • Speed-dating, but for BFFs
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Speed-dating, but for BFFs

Kate Elliot returned to Australia after years of travelling abroad to find her home more lonely than ever. Finding people she genuinely clicked with after a life upheaval was tricky, and with this in mind, she and sister-in-law Kim founded Kate and Kim: speed-dating, but for BFFs.



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