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Pope Benedict Takes A Stroll In His Retirement Baseball Cap (PHOTO)

 Sun hat: The pope seen in an official picture in 2010 in the gardens of his summer residence

The former Pope has been pictured for
the first time since he retired, walking in the grounds of Castel
Gandolfo near Rome wearing the baseball cap he only usually wears in the
summer months.

all in white and complete with the matching cap, the Emeritus pope
looks like he is enjoying every minute of his retirement. 

picture was published in the infamous glossy Italian weekly Chi, the
same magazine that ran pictures of a topless Duchess of Cambridge on
holiday in France.

Meanwhile Vatican officials ‘gagged’
cardinals gathered for the election of the next pope from speaking to
the media amid reports the conclave has been delayed again.
As the meetings were delayed in Rome,
the ex Pope Benedict XVI, 85, was pictured walking with the aid of a
stick through the gardens of his summer residence at Castelgandolfo on
the outskirts of Rome where he will be living until his new apartment – a
renovated convent in the grounds of the Vatican are ready. 
Relaxed: The former Pope was seen walking in the grounds of Castel Gandolfo wearing a white baseball cap days after his retirement
Culled from dailymail
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