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Homecoming for Rio girl Bethany puts Hollywood star Kim Cattrall in the shade

Triple gold-winning swim star Bethany Firth flies back to a rapturous welcome from fans, but her Yorkshire terrier's greeting has them all licked

By Luke Barnes

Published 21/09/2016

Bethany Firth is greeted by her dog Russell as she arrives at Belfast City Airport.
20th September 2016.
Photograph by Declan Roughan. Press Eye
Bethany Firth is greeted by her dog Russell as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Press Eye
Pacemaker Press Belfast 20-09-2016: Paralympic hero Bethany Firth arrives home to Belfast Northern Ireland. Triple gold-winning paralympian Bethany Firth has arrived back in Belfast after returning from a record-breaking Rio games for Team GB. The Co Down swimmer won gold medals in 100m backstroke, 200m freestyle and 200m individual medley alongside a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke. Her four medal haul makes her Team GB's most decorated medallist at the games. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 20-09-2016: Paralympic hero Bethany Firth arrives home to Belfast Northern Ireland. Triple gold-winning paralympian Bethany Firth has arrived back in Belfast after returning from a record-breaking Rio games for Team GB. The Co Down swimmer won gold medals in 100m backstroke, 200m freestyle and 200m individual medley alongside a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke. Her four medal haul makes her Team GB's most decorated medallist at the games. Pictured Bethany Firth and head coach Nelson Lindsay. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Pacemaker Press Belfast 20-09-2016: Paralympic hero Bethany Firth arrives home to Belfast Northern Ireland. Triple gold-winning paralympian Bethany Firth has arrived back in Belfast after returning from a record-breaking Rio games for Team GB. The Co Down swimmer won gold medals in 100m backstroke, 200m freestyle and 200m individual medley alongside a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke. Her four medal haul makes her Team GB's most decorated medallist at the games. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Bethany Firth arrives home.
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth is greeted by Elaine Reid from Disability Sport NI as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth is greeted by Elaine Reid from Disability Sport NI as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Pacemaker Press Belfast 20-09-2016: Paralympic hero Bethany Firth arrives home to Belfast Northern Ireland. Triple gold-winning paralympian Bethany Firth has arrived back in Belfast after returning from a record-breaking Rio games for Team GB. The Co Down swimmer won gold medals in 100m backstroke, 200m freestyle and 200m individual medley alongside a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke. Her four medal haul makes her Team GB's most decorated medallist at the games. Pictured (L-R) Communities Minister Paul Givan, Bethany Firth, head coach Nelson Lindsay and Disability Sports NI Elaine Reid. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with her 3 gold medals and silver medal as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Press Eye - Bethany Firth Wins 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics - 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Bethany Firth with friends from the Sports Institute as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Swimmer Bethany Firth, from Seagorde, became the fifth female Paralympian to claim a trio of gold medals at a single Games - no male Paralympian has yet achieved this distinction. Bethany won the women's SM14 200m individual medley on Saturday night smashing her own Paralympic record with a time of 2:19.55. The hat-trick of gold medals came after she successfully defended her 100m backstroke title and also won the 200m freestyle. The 20-year-old also won a silver medal in the 100m breaststroke final, considered the weakest of her four events. Bethany competes in the S14 class for swimmers with an intellectual disability and said: "I wanted to do something special and I'm so happy with my performance."
Bethany Firth arrives home after winning 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics. 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan.
Bethany Firth, followed closely by her coach Lindsay Nelson, as they arrive at Belfast City Airport. 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Press Eye
Bethany Firth arrives home after winning 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics. 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan - Press Eye
Bethany Firth arrives home after winning 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics. 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan - Press Eye
Bethany Firth is greeted by Lynda Robinson of SERC as she arrives at Belfast City Airport. Photograph by Declan Roughan. Press Eye
Bethany Firth arrives home after winning 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics. 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan - Press Eye
Bethany Firth arrives home after winning 3 Gold Medals At Rio Paralympics. 20th September 2016. Photograph by Declan Roughan - Press Eye
Bethany Firth arrives home to hero's welcome. Picture: PA
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Members of the Paralympics GB Team show their medals as the British Airways cabin crew pour champagne prior to the flight back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
Great Britain's Melissa Reid arrives back at Heathrow Airport, London. Picture date: Tuesday September 20, 2016. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Louis Rolfe arrives back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Anne Dunham arrive back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britian's Pamela Relph arrives at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Lauren Rowles (right) arrives back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Rachel Morris (left) and Lauren Rowles arrive back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Lee Pearson arrives back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Anne Dickins arrives back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Family take a selfie whilst awaiting for athletes to arrive at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Sarah Storey arrives back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Great Britain's Lauren Rowles (centre) arrives back at Heathrow Airport, London. Steve Parsons/PA Wire
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Job King takes a photograph of Lauren Rowles of the Paralympics GB Team prior to the flight back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Grace Clough of the Paralympics GB Team shows her medal to a member of the British Airways cabin crew as they prepare to fly back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Grace Clough of the Paralympics GB Team shows her medal to a member of the British Airways cabin crew as they prepare to fly back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Sarah Storey of the Paralympics GB Team has a selfie taken with members of the British Airways crew as they prepare to fly back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Grace Clough of the Paralympics GB Team shows her medal to a member of the British Airways cabin crew as they prepare to fly back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Sarah Storey of the Paralympics GB Team shows her medals prior to flying back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Hollie Arnold of the Paralympics GB Team has a selfie taken with members of the British Airways crew as they prepare to fly back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Jon-Allan Butterworth of the Paralympics GB Team poses with his gold medal onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: James Fox and Daniel Brown of the Paralympics GB Team pose with their gold medals onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Sarah Storey and of the Paralympics GB Team celebrate onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Natasha Baker of the Paralympics GB Team poses with her medals onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Steve Stanley Bate and Jody Cundy of the Paralympics GB Team pose with their medals onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Kadeena Cox of the Paralympics GB Team poses with her medals onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Hannah Cockcroft of the Paralympics GB Team poses with her medals onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Sophie Wells, Kadeena Cox, Georgie Hermitage and Hannah Cockcroft of the Paralympics GB Team pose with their medals onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Anne Dunham of the Paralympics GB Team poses with her medals onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Jo Butterfield and Sophie Wells of the Paralympics GB Team celebrate onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 from Rio to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 20: Will Bayley of the Paralympics GB Team poses with his table tennis gold medal as they fly back from Rio onboard the British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 20, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 19: Pam Relph and Grace Clough of the Paralympics GB Team show their medals in the flight deck as they prepare to fly back from Galeao Airport on British Airways flight BA2016 to Heathrow Airport on September 19, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images for British Airways)

Paralympics golden girl Bethany Firth arrived home from Rio to a hero's welcome - and even managed to upstage a Hollywood superstar.

With three gold medals draped around her neck, the swimmer was greeted by flashing cameras and eager fans at Belfast City Airport.

But none were more eager then Russell, Bethany's Yorkshire terrier, who rushed through the crowd to jump into her arms.

Bethany said: "I've been away from home for so long and it's been really hard, so to see him again really puts a smile on my face."

She added that she had been "overwhelmed" by the support from fans.

"To come here and see everyone is just amazing and it makes me really emotional - I'm just so thankful for everyone who came out today," Bethany explained.

"There was so much experience over there and I learned a lot, but I can't wait to just get home now and spend some time with my family."

The fanfare for Bethany was such that Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall was barely noticed when she stepped out of the arrivals gate a few minutes beforehand.

However, Kim tweeted her support for the swimmer, writing: "Such an honour for me to meet and congratulate Bethany Firth today... such an amazing achievement!"

Bethany's fans were full of admiration for the Seaforde girl's achievements and mentality.

Oliver Chambers (15) became friends with Bethany after meeting her at Ards Swimming Club. A swimmer at Campbell College himself, he said: "It's a pretty big inspiration to watch her swim when you're dreaming of doing very similar things.

"You know it's possible when you see someone like Beth doing what she does."

Oliver added that her Paralympic status meant that she and her fellow athletes often had to work much harder then normal athletes for their success and recognition.

Bethany Firth arrives in Belfast City Airport
Bethany Firth arrives in Belfast City Airport

"They deserve just as much respect as the normal athlete would get," he said.

Sports Minister Paul Givan, who was at City Airport to welcome Bethany back home, said he was "hugely proud" of her achievements.

"This is someone local who has achieved a success that'll inspire more people to get into the swimming pool and get involved in sport," he added. "It will also send a message to people with disabilities - we support you, we want you to get involved."

Mr Givan said that Team GB's success in the Paralympics was a catalyst for continued investment in sporting opportunities for people with disabilities.

Bethany retained the 100 metre backstroke she had previously won at London 2012 and set a new record time.

She also added golds in the 200 metre freestyle and 200 metre individual medley, as well as clinching silver in the 100 metre breaststroke.

It is a far cry from the 13-year-old girl who was reluctant at first to enter the pool, as her ex-PE teacher Jerome Starrs remembered.

He said: "Her mum actually packed two swimming suits because she thought Beth would hide hers, but we never saw that.

"She climbed into the pool and off she went - she was like a fish. I gave her mum a ring and I said, 'Look, this wee lady can swim. Do you mind if I time her and enter her into a competition?' And then we went from there."

Bethany said that she was looking forward to working more closely with her coaches and that there was no limit to what she could achieve.

For now, however, she added that it was time for her to take a well-deserved break in "sleepland".

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