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Rhiannon Evans Biography
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Full Name: Rhiannon Ann Elizabeth Evans.
Why was she named that: Named after her Grandmother ‘Ann Elizabeth Evans’.
Nicknames: Rhi (Most common nickname), Rhian, Evans, Blodyn (Welsh for ‘Flower’), Dami’s girl, Rhi-Ann, The Sidekick, Sweet Cheeks.
Age: Depends on the situation. Most common ages: 16 (Teenage/Young version of Rhiannon) and 26 (Adult version of Rhiannon where she has a family/job).
Date of birth: 28th of January.
Gender: Female (Obvious I know, but had to be said )
Nationality: 100% Welsh and always proud of it.
Languages she can speak: Welsh (Fluently, 1st language), English (Fluently, 2nd language), French (Some words, 3rd language).
Birthplace: Wales, UK.
Brought up/From: A little village in West Wales.
Other locations she’s lived in: Springfield, USA and New York, USA. She moved to Springfield when
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