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Kate Mara Stuns on the Cover of Harper's Bazaar Arabia's November Issue

Kate Mara Stuns on the Cover of Harper's Bazaar Arabia's November Issue

Kate Mara shows support for her sister Rooney by wearing a Girl with a Dragon Tattoo t-shirt while at LAX Airport on Sunday afternoon (November 2) in Los Angeles.

The 31-year-old Fantastic Four actress arrived at the airport for her departing flight with a guy friend.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Kate Mara

Recently, Kate was featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia’s November issue where she was transformed into an Arabian princess.

FYI: Kate is wearing Vans shoes.

10+ pictures inside of Kate Mara at the airport and in Harper’s Bazaar

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Photos: AKM-GSI, John Russo for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia
Posted to: Kate Mara

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    Arabia? we could say the strikingly handsome Prince of Araby — for all his brave deeds, or perhaps the Lost Legionnaire — who someone managed to come out on top in the end, or maybe the Evil Caliph — who’s performance really was first rate, or perhaps we should say the real star was the storyteller — without whom the story would have been at a lost end (and beginning); but no — the real credit must go to –(you guessed it) — the camel, who’s NAMES shouldn’t need to be mentioned — for … well, just for being itself … even if the cleaners did have quite a job cleaning up afterwards. — and many thanks and congratulations to all those involved.

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