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Nineteen-year-old actress Mandy Moore wants to know where to shop in London.

Except for a Todd Rundgren breakup tune, the new album is driven by Moore’s love match. “Scheduling becomes tricky at times. And our phone bills are so high! But what to do when you’re in love?” she sighs. “At least he’ll be in Europe this summer for the French Open and Wimbledon.”

But while the couple might be pop’s Romeo and Juliet, their romance comes with a parental stamp of approval. Moore’s mom, a former news reporter and a big tennis fan, met Roddick after a Toronto tournament and brought him to the set to meet Moore. “My parents love him,” she offers enthusiastically. “Andy’s played tennis with my mom and that was the ultimate.”

Alas, the girl who can do just about everything isn’t much on the court. “My job is to just go out, sit in the stands and cheer him on,” she says.

From the front row, Moore also cheered on New York designer Marc Jacobs last February. Yet despite her love of fashion and all things “girlie girl,” she hasn’t been befriended by any one house. “I haven’t become buddies with anybody, but I’d like to. I can be a rent-a-friend,” she teases. “Just pay me in clothing.”
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