Ginger-kissed Grapefruit Juice

This grapefruit juice will jolt you to attention. It’s just the thing if you’re looking for something bright, invigorating, spicy, and full volume citrus. Steep grated ginger in a bit of sugared water, and then strain it into a lime & grapefruit juice blend. Inspired by a version in the Rose Bakery cookbook.

Ginger-kissed Grapefruit Juice

It is citrus season here, and this is a great way to use up a couple ruby red grapefruits. This ginger-kissed grapefruit juice is my favorite caffeine-free pick-me-up. Sip it out of a tiny cordial glass with a big ice cube, or mix it with sparkling water as an afternoon refresher. It has a good amount of kick, and you can feel it going down - in a good way.

small glasses of freshly squeezed grapefruit juice

Grapefruit Juice: More Ideas

Grapefruit juice can be a bit intense for some people, and this version (with the lime juice) even more so. SO GOOD, but intense lol. That said, you can experiment with cutting the grapefruit juice with other fruit juices to take some edge off the intensity. A 50/50 blend of grapefruit juice and blood orange juice is delicious and strikingly beautiful. And the combination of grapefruit juice with apple juice and carrots in a high-speed blender served over ice is also a favorite.

wedges of cut grapefruitone half of a pink grapefruit

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Ginger-kissed Grapefruit Juice

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This juice is quite strong - but invigorating! You can make it more or less sweet, to your tastes. And you can mix it with more or less water sparkling water, also to taste. You can also double the recipe if you need to use up more citrus. The juice freezes well in baggies or ice cube trays. I typically use ruby red grapefruits here.

  • 3 tablespoons natural cane sugar
  • 2 tablespoons ginger, peeled then grated
  • 1 cup / 240 ml water
  • very scant 1/2 cup / 95 ml fresh lime juice , 2 juicy limes
  • 1 1/3 cups / 310 ml fresh grapefruit juice , 2 juicy grapefruits
  1. In a small saucepan, over medium heat, stir together the sugar, ginger, and water. Simmer for 5 minutes, transfer to a glass bowl or cup, and place in the freezer for a few minutes to cool.
  2. Strain the ginger into a pitcher along with the lime and grapefruit juices. You can either strain the citrus juices or leave them pulpy, just be sure to catch any seeds before they go in. Stir and taste, if you want a bit more sugar, go for it, but I find this plenty sweet. Serve straight in a tiny chilled glass with ice. Or use a splash to freshen up a glass of sparkling water.

Makes about 2 cups / 1 pint

Adapted from Breakfast, Lunch, Tea: The Many Little Meals of Rose Bakery (2006) Phaidon Press

Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
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I tried this recipe and really like it. I added a variation…champagne! Tastes like a mimosa. I would encourage everyone to experiment with this recipe. You don’t need
wine classes to try your own wine drinks.

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So yummy, thank you Heidi! I subbed dark agave for the sweetener and it was amazing. As imagined, it got spicier the longer it sat in the fridge. Mr D and I finished the pint in less than 48 hours and I’ve got requests to make it as a mixer for a vodka cocktail. A definite keeper…

Mrs D

I’d love to join you in cooking from this cookbook! How do I do it?

Alexandra Rogers

This looks wonderful! Too bad we still have to wait a while for citrus season.
Maybe adding a shot of vodka make a great different taste!

Ellie Bruno

I´ve been obsessed with making ginger beer at home ever since you posted that link to Jeffrey Morganthaler´s great blog. This looks like another great variation on the theme, I´m excited to play around with this!


Wow! What an incredible assortment of delectable ingredients all mixed together to make one refreshing and delicious beverage! I’ve made this weekend after weekend in hopes of my kids finally coming home. But, I will continue to make this beverage for myself because I just LOVE it!
Have yourselves a great week!
Jasper Turner Gutwillig (speaking from the perspective of Grady Turner)

Jasper Turner Gutwillig

This juice is amazing!! I’ve been feeling sluggish and out of it lately so when I saw this recipe, I knew it would be just the thing to get me out of my funk. I substituted the lime with lemon but the recipe works the same. Sweet, spicy, and oh so flavorful. Thank you for the pick me up!!


Fantastic! I’m loving the last of the citrus season here on the West. I’ve got a bunch of Meyer lemons and one pink grapefruit left over from my weekend brunch ready to go.
I’m very fond of my post-meal evening ginger tea routine and this drink is a nice change of pace. Perfect for lunches.

Jen S

This sounds so delicious! I can’t wait to try this, my mouth is literally watering thinking about it!


Loved the recipe! Added a shot of vodka to mine.


Hi Heidi — I wanted to thank you for the book recommendation. I ordered it after seeing this post, thumbed through it for an hour and already baked some scones for brunch today — they’re wonderful. I love the use of wholemeal flour and the inclination towards less sugar in the desserts.
HS: So happy to hear it Deb! That Sally Lunn bread on your site might need to hop on over to my house.


I don’t have fresh ginger or sparkling water on hand, so I improvised: 4 drops of essential oil of ginger (brand: Aura Cacia – *not* the same thing as “ginger extract”) and 1, 12 oz. can of tonic water (whole foods – made with pure cane sugar), plus store bought grapefruit and lime juices. This version lacks the bite of the fresh stuff, but it’s lovely and will be great for after dinner drinks. Thanks!


The juice looks so very refreshing. I just wished the weather in California would be better as this juice calls for summer.Tomorrow, I will cook Indian food for friends and this will be a perfect addition. Thank you for the great post!


Lately, the only thing that wakes me up in the morning is a few bites of grapefruit. It’s my new coffee for this transitional winter-spring period in NYC. The health benefits of ginger are endless, so I’ll definitely be whipping this up soon!


This sounds like the perfect pick-me-up for these still cold and rainy days we’re having. And I love juicing up sparkling water with something interesting. Yum!


Thank you for publishing a non-alcoholic drink recipe for grown ups! This one sounds perfect for breakfast, entertaining, or a hot summer day. Can’t wait to make it. No, scratch that. Can’t wait to drink it!

Janice Harper

I just spent a happy half hour grating ginger and juicing a whack of limes and grapefruits (note to self: buy a reamer!) and I couldn’t be happier with the results: A carafe of soft pink spicy goodness 🙂 Heidi is right, this juice is definitely invigorating and strong–but a lovely blend. I never would have thought to mix lime and grapefruit with ginger! It is spicy and so may not play well with kids, but for adults it’s fabulous. Wondering how it might go down with a splash of sparkling water and a shot of citrus vodka on a sunny summer afternoon 🙂


I love this recipe, I make a version of it every summer using just lemons and ginger “Ginger Lemonade”. it’s the perfect thirst quencher for those sultry hot New York summer afternoons.


that was wonderful with my homegrown citrus! What are we making next?


That looks so refreshing and wonderful.


I LOVE grapefruit!


Ooh, I love this! I’ve been looking for refreshing and light recipes these past couple of weeks now that the Spring seems to be officially in the air (here in Paris that is). I worked for two years at the Rose Bakery as a waitress. It’s definitely a fantastic place. I still go back there whenever I can. Surprisingly there are not a huge amount of eateries here in Paris that offer such fresh, seasonal and DELICIOUS food in a quick, not too pricey café style. It feels like things might be changing on that front, but they were definitely at the beginning of a wave.


I’m soooo excited to try a fresh juice with ginger! Yay ; ) I’m thinking that it may help my indigestion.
PS. I’m trying The Cabbage Soup Diet next week (the recipe is on my website) to help me lose the weight I’ve gained the winter, I’m sure this refreshing drink will be PERFECT on my new diet.
~Lisa xo

Lisa @

Wow, this looks really refreshing!


I know this is a non-food-related question, but I’m a graphic designer and I LOVE the font you use for your site (the one used in the main body copy). Would you mind sharing the name of it? Thanks!
HS: Hi Ashley, thanks! I believe the font you’re asking about is Proxima Nova.


This drink looks so refreshing and delicious! You have a very lovely site!
Have a wonderful weekend,


just wanted to add that i used “charlotte s” to comment until now, just so you don’t think i’ve just come out of nowhere 😉


Hi Heidi! I just discovered your 101 cookbooks library through the links on this post, and i just love it! it’s SUCH a wonderful idea!!! i spent the better part of my morning yesterday rating cookbooks i have, and reading other people’s reviews. it’s such an amazing idea, and i’m so excited to join in! so kudos to you for this brilliant idea! and thank you so much for making such a community available to all of us 🙂 you’re just inspirational!
HS: Thanks Charlotte! It’s great to have you there. Thanks for all your recent notes/reviews.


i have 12 to 15 giner lillies to come up and bloom every year, The blossoms smell delicious. The roots look just like the ginger root in the grocery store. Can I dig this up and use it; is it safe to eat?


Grapefruit, lime and ginger? Oh yeah.. that sounds soooo refreshing and delicious

Melomeals: Vegan for $3.33 a Day

Sounds so refreshing and fun to drink. I can’t wait until your book arrives. Counting down!

Nicole @ The Dirty Oven

I have been looking for an alternative to caffeinated drinks, this is perfect. Would love to feature it in my next e-newsletter.
Is it ok to include a link to this in the next issue (3/17) of The Veg Post? (

Julie Shah Lamba

Makes me loooong for some warm weather.

Meghan (Making Love In The Kitchen)

Hi Heidi, I’m a big fan yours, is the first time I encourage you to leave a comment. I live in Argentina, I am a writer and food stylist, I have a blog and would be an honor to see you to pass and give me your opinion. Sorry for my ingles.

virginia sar

Simple, fresh juice is always so wonderful. You can’t get better than freshly squeezed!

jodye @ 'scend food

Dang that looks good.
StumpleUpon needs to quit teasing me with all these yummy food sites.

Daniel White

Don the beachcomber uses something similar, with dark rum


I’ve had this on my amazon wish list since you mentioned it in the piece you did on Paris – I orderded it and can’t way to play along!


Thanks so much for posting this — I’ve had this cookbook for years, but realized for some reason I’ve never seen this recipe! I just go back to my old favorites again and again (pancakes and muesli!!!) and haven’t explored in a while. A sincere thanks for helping me rediscover other recipes in this old favorite.


Your sister site sounds awesome! That’ll be fun cooking from 1 cookbook for a couple months. So much of the time I buy a new book and then end up leaving it on the shelves for quite a while.

Heather @ Get Healthy with Heather

This is definitely ‘a pick-me-up without the caffeine’. The ginger is also a great cleanser and immune system-booster.
I was planning to make iced lemon-tea for friends later this week but I’m trying this mix instead!

Merry Makes

I make a version of this in the summer with watermelon in place of the grapefruit. It’s a great combo with the lime and ginger. And, even as a family of four, we have a hard time getting through a whole watermelon before it gets a little funky! Just puree and strain the watermelon.


Hot Dog! I have all three key ingredients sitting pretty in my kitchen. I can all but taste this going down.


This sounds great! I love lime juice, I’d probably add extra. One of my favorite cocktails is a gin martini w/ the juice of an entire lime.


This would be a great mocktail for pregnancy. Not only does fresh ginger quell the symptoms of morning sickness (dramatically in my case) but it is hard to find interesting beverage options when you are limited by pregnancy restrictions.

molly @ mollys menu

Mmmm this juice sounds so tasty!

Katrina Dingle

This looks amazingly refreshing.


Dosa (, here in SF, makes incredible ginger infused alcoholic drinks with juice and simple syrup. A favorite of my husband’s is a gin & juice type cocktail with ginger infused simple syrup. This drink reminded me of that cocktail. So naturally, I made this today.
My CSA box has been exploding with grapefruits lately and luckily for me, since I’m not a huge grapefruit fan, they keep for weeks in the refrigerator. So I had many on hand.
I walked down to the corner health food store on Geary Ave and picked up some ginger and a few limes, remembering the facebook link I saw in my newsfeed this morning. I couldn’t wait to get a little kick in my afternoon.
So, here we are. I added a tablespoon extra of sugar, knowing I would need that sweetness to counteract “that grapefruit” taste. The ginger syrup I tried on it’s own and it was delish! Mixed it all together and it was good. Not great, just good. It still had that “grapefruit taste”. So I added some lime sparkling water and WOW. That really made the drink. The fizz really took the edge off the grapefruit and made room for the sweet taste of the ginger. Yum Yum! I now have a carafe of it sitting in my fridge for when my husband comes home from a long day of work. Thinking of experimenting with some booze instead of the lime water. Thanks for sharing such a refreshing gem!
HS: I love Dosa!


I was going to sit this one out, but I caved. I found a list of recipes in the book on the Amazon UK site – I’m not sure they’re exactly the same as the US version, but I wanted to get an idea of what was in there. Hazelnut brownies and brownie cheesecake… I’m sold. Looking forward to trying some of the more unusual stuff though, like this juice blend.
Heidi or anyone – suggestions on what liquor to booze this up with? 🙂


After your Paris visit some time ago, when you mentioned how much you enjoyed eating at the Rose Bakery, I sent you an email to tell you about their cookbook. I’ll repeat the comment I wrote in my copy of the book: Spiced Chickpea and Lemon Soup, p. 73 “Shockingly good — chickpeas? YES!” I’m looking forward to other recipe recommendations from this book.
HS: It’s now on my short list!

B.J. Lewis

My sister sent a Jack LaLanne juicer for Christmas, and though it’s not the professional juicer’s choice, it’s been a little gem! I buy grapefruit at the local store for 3 or 5/$100, and juice away. So, I will try this lime/grapefruit/ginger combo. I even picked up some sparkling mineral water at New Seasons’ today! Ginger/Apple/Carrot juice with whatever else I have organic in the veggie bin is also good. Pineapple can be bought in halves, and used quite easily to add to juices, also. Orange/Pineapple is good. I’m just having fun experimenting with flavors. Can’t wait to try this one!


This recipe needs gin! Hendricks, with its cucumber notes. Or Rangpur, with its lime notes. (But I’ll be making this with totally un-noted Trader Joe’s stuff because that’s what I have at home right now…)
HS: You guys are cracking me up.


Love these photos; so incredibly beautiful Heidi. I love your 101 Cookbooks Community and I’ve been so blessed to be a member of this community with you and your fans. Keep up the amazingly delicious and inspiring recipes.
xo Amie
HS: Thanks for such a sweet note Amie!

The Healthy Apple

I agree, love the idea of mixing with sparkling water, and would also be awesome with a shot of gin!


This looks so refreshing and delicious! What a great recipe!

Happy When Not Hungry

This looks so tasty! I love your suggestion to blend it with sparkling water. I bet it would be good with vodka or rum, too! Thanks for sharing.
My favorite juice lately is a blend of 1/2 c pineapple, 2 collard greens (stem removed) and 1/4 cup cubed cucumber blended in a VitaMix with 1 cup of water. It’s so yummy post workout.

Julia Sarver

I’m not usually a big juice fan, but I love ginger, which makes me think I would enjoy this one. And I love cafe food, so I’m looking forward to seeing what you make from that cookbook! I could always use more sandwich ideas.


I’ll take mine with a shot of gin…

Rocky Mountain Woman

That sounds SO refreshing! Guess what I’ll be making this weekend 🙂

Karla (Kinder Cuisine)

I love this cookbook and recently gave it to my son’s preschool teacher who introduced many new tastes to his classmates tastebuds. The cucumber kohlrabi salad was one he told her about that he loved! We just ate the cod in tomato water last night. I like addition of artichokes in mine. I also like flounder more so than cod. The carrott salad with pumpkin seeds is also in rotation here. I have over a dozen grapefruits that have been begging for attention now I have a new use! Thank you!


This sounds like such fun! My brother visited this weekend from Phoenix…he has citrus trees and brought us fresh grapfruit from his trees…we are in cold Ohio…so now I know what I can use it for!!

teresa s

I love grapefruit and this looks so refreshing, I must try it this weekend, it’s getting warm in L.A.

Ciao Florentina

I was lucky enough to work as a chef in the Rose Bakery three years ago. In winter I’d arrive at 6am and leave at 6pm, entirely missing the sun. It was a lonely time, but it was incredibly creative and my first chance, as a chef, to really develop my own style. Every day we’d approach the menu anew, inspired by whatever organic vegetables arrived the day before. I miss it. And the freshly made juice Joel would bring me after doing 190 covers for breakfast.

the good soup

Oh, nothing stung more than seeing all that citrus on your carerra marble countertop. Yikes! Juice looks good, will try it, but will be preparing on my wood cutting board.

McKenzie Ward

Reminds me of freshly squeezed sugarcane juice with crushed ginger and lime 🙂 Love that. Love this too.


First, let me say that I love that first image of the grapefruit.
This juice sounds amazing, I feel like I can taste it already, and I want it. Just what we need at this time of year to clean out the cobwebs. I’m so making it.

Joanna @ Finding Shibusa

Oooh, I love the sound of this juice – ginger and grapefruit are 2 of my favorite flavours and perfect for winter too. I look forward to hearing more from this cookbook!


Kristina, I’m right on the same page with you! The first thing I thought of, besides YUM! was: How great would that be with some lovely, aged gold rum? Or tequila? I like to make up some ginger-infused simple syrup that I keep in the fridge to mix with interesting juice blends (with or without alcohol!) Thanks for sharing this, Heidi!


Grapefruit, lime and ginger are such complementary flavors, I’m going to add this to my list of regulars – what a great way to start off the day. Thank you for sharing and I’ll look forward to more wonderful recipes from Rose Bakery (and of course I always love yours!). Looking forward to the new book, congrats!


I’ve followed you for a very long time, Heidi, and have been routinely inspired by your ways with food. I was moved to leave a comment today because the Rose Bakery has been core to many lovely meals made special. Your personal mission has now become my own: I’m making this juice today. Thanks. Love what you do.


This juice looks wonderfully refreshing. And I love the idea of focusing on one cookbook. I tend to do that naturally, I go on binges with one book until I get the next! How fun!


I am going to my kitchen to make this. RIGHT NOW!!!


This is great! I always say I’m not a juice person, but the truth is I’m just looking for an interesting, fresh flavor and something that won’t be full of sugar. I wonder how this would taste with some coconut juice…?


I love all citrus fruits, so this drink left me puckering with excitement..
Btw, the idea of cooking from just one cookbook sounds very interesting. I’ll be tuning in.


One of the things I forgot to add was that I suspect it would make a beautiful slushy – pureed with a bunch of ice in a blender. Boozy or not…


Heidi, I love this recipe. My grandmother makes a similar juice – though she makes it hot – as a cure to a head cold or bad throat 🙂


The forum sounds like a great idea…I didn’t know that it existed! I really like the thought of having a little online community with which to share things, ask questions, and give support! I’m in a bit of a squeeze for free time right now, but as soon as I find some breathing space, I’d love to cook through a book with you and others! Thanks for making this possible!


This sounds so refreshing. I’m not big on smoothies, so this is right up my alley. I love the idea of infusing ginger in sugar syrup.

Shaheen {The Purple Foodie}

This sounds so refreshing!
But can you point me to instructions on how to use the reamer? I was considering buying one as I can’t find my cut-glass antique juicer, but couldn’t figure out how to make it work.


I am sure it tastes as good as your pictures portray it. I can not wait to try it, and freeze some for warmer weather.
And I am excited to check out your sister site.


I LOVE the Rose Bakery cookbook — it’s so beautifully designed and everything I’ve made from it is delicious.
Also, I had a great cocktail on Monday with grapefruit, cava, tequila & rosemary. mm!


Oh yum! I imagine you could freeze these flavors together in an ice cream maker for an intriguing sorbet.

Anne Marie

Is it wrong that I can’t help picturing this mixed with soda water and vodka? Or maybe rum? Maybe tequila? Hard to say which would be more delicious…guess I’ll have to test them all 🙂


Wow – I love the library idea! I’ve been cooking my way through “Plenty” – any chance that will be on the roster soon?


Love grapefruit, love ginger – never thought to put the two together with lime but can’t wait to try this!

Cooking with Michele

This looks so refreshing and reminds me of summer!


Oh yum, my two favorites, grapefruit and ginger. I just got this cookbook about a week ago and now Im really excited to get in the kitchen again.


Sounds like a great combination of tart, sweet and spicy ingredients!


Yesterday I picked the last of the grapefruits from our tree to make way for the sweet spring blossoms. I haven’t yet decided how to use them up but now I know where to start! Thank you for posting this at just the right time.

Christine (Cook the Story)

This sounds so tangy and refeshing! It would be really fun for a tea party or brunch.

Jen @ keepitsimplefoods

I first had “ginger juice” at the market in Zanzibar where sugar cane and ginger are freshly juiced and available by the glass. This sounds like a great combination.


This book sounds right up my alley. If I could make every meal feel like breakfast, I would.
This juice sounds like a great mix of tart and sweet.

brandi @ BranAppetit

A delicious fresh juice and a cookbook cook along. Both excellent ideas.

Laura @ SweetSavoryPlanet

A pick me up without the caffeine is just what I need. This sounds refreshing.

Maryea {Happy Healthy Mama}

The citrus-ginger combination sounds invigorating. I’ve been adding fresh ginger to smoothies lately, and drinking lots of hot lemon-ginger morning elixirs this winter, so this will be great to try next. Looking forward to checking out the 101 library site, too!


That looks delicious, especially poured over some crushed ice and a little sparkling water!


That juice sounds delicious!


Lime and grapefruit is such an amazing combination. I’ve not been a big fan of ginger in the past, but I’m working on cultivating a taste for it. I’ve been adding it to cookies and cakes as well as to veggie stirr frys. This recipe seems like a great way to expand my exposure; a sweet drink. It looks like summer in a glass!

Elizabeth (Foodie, Formerly Fat)

Wow, I’ve never had anything like this – what a fun flavor combination!

Simply Life

Wow, this looks totally refreshing!

Blog is the New Black

Mmm, I love anything with ginger in it, and my husband likes anything with lime — so this is a perfect recipe to please both of our taste buds!
The idea of really getting to know a cookbook is such a lovely thing. I tend to pick one to take to bed with me for reading, which fills my dreams with good things to cook. The 101 Cookbooks LIbrary sounds like a dream, too — I’m heading over to sign up!

lauren @ spiced plate

I always keep ginger cordial in the fridge for tea or to mix with sparkling water, so I will try this, like, in the next five minutes!
A shot of this would also probably make a really fun/effective in-between-courses palate cleanser, too.


I’d love to try it. I used to eat grapefruit every night until last night. Seems I’ve been experiencing kidney stones. Upon further research, a doctor recommended that I do not drink grapefruit juice or eat grapefruit as a preventative action.


This juice sounds incredibly refreshing!

Jessica @ How Sweet

it looks delicious!

raspberry essence

I drink a green smoothie or green juice every morning, and, frankly, this looks like a nice change! 🙂
The idea of getting to know a book intimately over a few months is great!

JL goes Vegan

mmm, tasty! I love the breakfast lunch tea book, but I haven’t cooked from it a lot. I’m gonna browse it today 🙂

anne b.

This looks wonderful! Too bad we still have to wait a while for citrus season where I am. Thanks for the other link too – I’ll be using that a lot, I think.

Word Girl

I’m probably going to spend the day browsing cookbooks. What a beautiful space you have created!


It looks very delicious as I am ginger and grapefruits lover! For sure I will try this so good and healthy juice! Just maybe I will put honey instead a sugar.


I like the idea of cooking from one cookbook for an extended period of time, too! I have so many, I really must use them more often.
I haven’t had grapefruit juice in ages! And I have a ruby red grapefruit on the counter. Just need some ginger.

J3nn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog)

Lime, ginger, and grapefruit together sounds so refreshingly summer. I think I would add Moscato or gin 😉


What a refreshing take on freshly squeezed juice! This reminds me of a juice I had in a little cafe in Rio when I was in Brazil – they’d make the juice fresh at your table every morning 🙂 Thanks also for pointing me to the 101 cookbooks library – this will be really helpful as I search for new recipes to make! Great post as always 🙂

Anjali Shah

Wow, Heidi, this looks amazing! Having just moved to New Zealand for the year, we are actually just getting to citrus season, and this is going to be so necessary on the wet, dreary days to come. Thanks so much for this lovely post!


Heidi, could your photos be anymore inspiring? As for the 101 Cookbooks Library- people should definitely check it out and join. It’s quite lovely!

kamran siddiqi

I love the idea of everyone cooking from 1 book for a month! How fun!
And thanks for the link to the other site, too! I’m such a fan, yet I had no idea about that site!
Grapefruit makes me weak in the knees. My mom told me that she drank a lot of grapefruit juice when she was breast feeding me as a baby, and I can’t help but think that’s why. Sorry, is that too personal?
Gorgeous, as always!


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