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Meanwhile, ceremonies and services to mark the milestone Reformation anniversary are ongoing around the world.In London, Westminster Abbey also hosted a service to mark the 500th Anniversary of the 95 Theses and the beginning of the Reformation led by the Dean of Westminster, the Reverend Dr John Hall.Clad in a grey wraparound coat to protect her against the biting Danish winter, Princess Mary paired her coat with a dark-coloured hat, dress and her trademark stilettos.She wore her hair loose and straight, and carried a bouquet of white roses among other flowers as she entered the church.As Christmas edges ever closer, the Danish Royal family have a slew of engagements to attend to before they tuck into their turkey with all the trimmings.

Last Christmas, she gathered with her family at the Aarhus Cathedral in Aarhus for a Christmas eve service, wearing the same garment.

Bow Wow released a song called "Puppy Love" in January 2001.

American hip hop artist Brother Ali has also composed a song about puppy love titled "You Say (Puppy Love)". Scott Fitzgerald wrote short stories "valuing the intuitiveness of puppy love over mature, reasoned affection...[its] 'unreal, undesirous medley of ecstasy and peace'". Cole had released a music video for his song "Wet Dreamz" from his 2014 Forest Hills Drive album.

The term can be used in a derogatory fashion, describing emotions which are shallow and transient in comparison to other forms of love such as romantic love.

The object of attachment may be a peer, but the term can also be used to describe the fondness of a child for an adult, for example, students being attracted to their teachers, their friends' parents, or children to older celebrities: indeed, some consider that in puppy love 'usually the object of such infatuation is some highly idealised person who is some years older—a teacher, a friend of the family, an actor, or rock star'—and typically the sufferer is 'greatly moved with emotion...

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