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A NEW Barbie version of Doctor Who been branded sexist.

Critics claim it is "overly feminine" due to its curves, blonde hair and high-heeled boots.

Jodie Whittaker, right, made her BBC1 debut as the first female Time Lord on Sunday.

David Wilson Nunn, of BBC Studios, said: "It's a new way to celebrate the Doctor."

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