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Tuesday, 1 October, 2002, 16:20 GMT 17:20 UK
Picture Gallery: Cherie's kisses
It started with a kiss for health secretary Alan Milburn, but escalated as Cherie Blair found herself puckering up to kiss most of the Cabinet as she took her seat at the Labour Party conference to hear her husband's keynote speech:

Here are a selection from the eleven embraces on the platform:

Cherie Blair
Cherie Blair did not know she was in for a kissing frenzy

Health Secretary Alan Milburn and Cherie Blair
Alan Milburn puckers up for Cherie

Cherie Blair and Education Secretary Estelle Morris
Estelle gets a smacker as Gordon Brown waits his turn

Gordon Brown and Cherie Blair
Neighbour Gordon Brown gets a double peck

Cherie Blair and International Development Secretary Clare Short
Clare Short gets ready for a hug

Cherie Blair and Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon
Geoff Hoon doesn't want to be missed out

I've started so I'll finish - John Reid gets a kiss

Neil Kinnock and Cherie Blair
Last but not least, a kiss for a former Labour leader

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