The Pope Also Can't Smile in Passport Photos

Pope Francis paid the $55 fee to renew his passport at the Argentine consulate in Rome.
3:00 | 02/18/14

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Francis now ready for his next trip the other -- Bruno and his passport was about to expire the -- picture minus a smile. Was taken at the Argentine consulate in Rome on product it's likely -- in his home country after all -- automatically becomes a citizen of the Vatican. The Pope did get a little special treatment he was picked up the Vatican and then taken to the consulate for the photo and the digital -- And keeping with his reputation of humility the Pope insisted on paying for the 55 dollar passport feet out of his own. Hopkins we'll release. The intention in action says he's just a good kind of down hands -- time.

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