Tuesday, April 22, Interview: Today, Jane has dropped in to chat a bit about the book, how she chooses the tales she retells, and share a deleted scene! Check it out below, and then make sure to go enter to win a copy! How do you decide which tale to retell?
Founder of Gift Library Family: Married to financier husband Cem Habib with three children Caroline was born into the aristocratic Vesey family and says she started mixing with the royal family from a young age. Caroline married husband Ceb Habib, a London financier, and the pair now have three kids and a dog name Buster.
In the preview, she talks about the moment she found out she was having twins and how she rushed home to tell her housekeeper.
She speeds off behind the wheel in her black Porsche convertible in one scene. Stanbury left school at 18 and started working right away.
One can never have too many Hermes bags or too high a thigh high boot Famous friends: Caroline reclines on bags of Chanel goodies in this picture posted on her Instagram Old flames: Caroline was once rumored to have dated Prince Andrew leftas well as actor Hugh Grant right and footballer Ryan Giggs What to expect this season: Caroline is a force to be reckoned with behind the desk at company Gift Library Famous neighbors: Caroline and her husband live on Wentworth Estate, the same Surrey estate where Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie stay when they are in the UK The self starter also films some of her confessionals in front of her stately brick home Too rich to care: She has a framed portrait of herself in the bathroom When she found out she was expecting her young twins, who are also on the show, Caroline said the first thing she did was tell her housekeeper that SHE was having twins Practical?
She also boasts about her connections and life of luxury. Her Instagram is rife with pictures of her lux life, like her massive shoe collection, boxes of Chanel goodies and haute cuisine from parties.What’s the point of participating in National Novel Writing Month?
There are a few people out there that think NaNoWriMo isn’t right for them because they think if they force themselves to write 50, words in one month it won’t be good, and this may be true, but this could be said for any first draft of a novel.
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