See Gossip Girl’s Version of Runaway Bride
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The cover of a dummied-up New York Post reads "A Royal Wedding for a True American Princess." Presumably powerful members of the aristocracy on both sides of the Atlantic convinced the paper to forgo its original choice, "A Royal Shotgun: Pregnant American Weds Prince."

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Georgina Sparks looks at the paper and thinks, This wedding will never happen. Her hat agrees.

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And just as Georgina predicted, Blair flees. Is Chuck over there?

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In here? (He does like the back of cars.)

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Maybe over there?

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She looks really pretty.

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