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With just 10 days to go until its official publication, books have yet to arrive from the warehouse. The nail-biting hiatus eerily mirrors a political week in which Brexit has twice been stalled in the British parliament — except that, unlike Brexit, Spring is definitely happening. Outside, the new season is doing its thing, beaming bright sunshine one minute and hurling sleet the next, on to a little garden vivid with blue grape hyacinths. Its origins go back to , a time when the two political overthrows that have come to dominate the news — and the novels — were pretty much unimaginable. An American outsider called Donald Trump had just launched his presidential campaign and a British prime minister called David Cameron was struggling to control his party. Smith and Wood were having new year drinks with a friend, the critic and writer Kasia Boddy.
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The X Factor star tried her best to make sure she was covered - but it didn't work out so well. The X Factor star , who famously released her autobiography which she called Storm In A C Cup, managed to flash her boobs while she tried to tie up her turquoise bikini as she lapped up the sunshine by the pool. Caroline, who is currently in the same spot as her X Factor co-stars Nick Grimshaw and Rita Ora, attempted to cover herself up using a red bag and later a t-shirt to protect her modesty. Caroline, 36, was pictured after she switched out of her blue Miami blue T-shirt to get into her swimwear ready to bake in the tropical sunshine. The British beauty has been having some fun in the Florida state with a group of pals that also includes One Direction stylist Lou Teasdale.
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