Jemima Khan tweets "Go England" "Pakistan Zindabad"

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LONDON - Jemima Khan, former wife of Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan and a British national, has expressed her loyalty with her country but at the same time she wishes good for Pakistan as both countries are in clash today in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

On the eve of the One-day International between the two countries at Nottingham, she tweeted:

“England v Pakistan match today. #CricketWorldCup Pleased to see The Tebbit Test described here as “an outdated relic.”

“British culture is & always has been a blend of influences. That’s something to be celebrated.” Go England! Pakistan zindabad!”

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