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Did Jude Law steal Britney Spears' man-ny?

09/24/2006 at 10:01 AM ET

From this photo of Jude Law being trailed by manny/bodyguard Perry Taylor, it appears that he has left the employ of Britney to work for Jude.  Whether he is just Jude’s bodyguard or also his manny remains to be seen.  However, if I was Sienna Miller, I might ask for a male nanny for the Law/Frost kids, just to be safe.

Source: US Weekly via Popsugar

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FC on

I would hire him. He doesn’t seem to have a bad guy to have follow you around. lol

Hea on

Perhaps he won’t sleep with this nanny in front of the kids?

Kori on

I don’t think he left Brit to work for jude, I bet it was Brit’s choice. She said in a recent interview that she’s been trying out many different nannies in recent months to find the perfect fit, so he must not have been the perfect one.

stephanie on

he’s not Jude’s personal bodyguard, the studio hired him.

http://people.aol.com/people/article/0,26334,1538468,00.html

HollyCatherineSlavic on

I was thinking the same thing—probably best for Jude Law to have a “Manny” :)

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