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QUIZ: In honour of mothers

On Mother’s Day, see how much you know about the day and about some famous mothers

Mother’s Day, on the second Sunday of May, is a time to pay tribute to mothers.

In honour of the day, here are a dozen questions about the day and about some famous mothers as well as mothers of famous children.


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