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Brooke Shields: My kids can watch my ‘Flower Shop’ Mysteries

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Frequent TODAY guest host Brooke Shields visits the show to talk about her role as a former DA turned entrepreneur in the Hallmark TV-movie “Flower Shop Mystery: Snipped in the Bud,” the latest adaptation from a popular book series. She says it harkens back to shows like “Magnum P.I.” and “Murder She Wrote,” that “my kids could watch” (even though, she admits, “there are murders” to solve, but “no blood”).