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But they're not the only ones - Kim Murray, Katherine Jenkins, Princess Beatrice, Katie Piper and Lucy Mecklenburgh are all in the club too.Unfortunately this exact style is now sold out, but click (right) to buy Kate's version - which Pippa also owns too!She is usually obsessed with anything that is trendy or catches her eye, usually brown-nosing guys who find her cute to buy them, and is also quite gluttonous.But inside her heart, she has a strong sense of justice that runs in her blood and is extremely intimidating and tough when she's in combat mode.Her two friends, Miyu and Aya, also have their own problems and circumstances.The first nine volumes of the CMX translation have the family name first.She once was the leader of a street gang called the "Resistance", often wreaking mayhem and irritation during middle school and had a rough-mannered and threatening personality that Ran despised.

Despite being an underachiever, Ran is very smart and has a good memory on what she is interested in (such as shopping).

While most of us would despair just at the thought of a goblet of rouge seeping into a cream carpet, she chose not to let the opportunity go to waste by turning it into a playful Cluedo-style murder scene.

Jemima Goldsmith, 41, suffered what she describes as a ‘red wine incident’ at her home in West London this week after vino was splattered across her floor - but it was just for the amusement of her online followers Producers require 200 ‘senior people’ to appear in a dinner scene being filmed at Lancaster House, which will be doubling as the Paris Ritz.

The Celebrate author, whose brother James has split from girlfriend Donna Air, was spotted enjoying a lunch in Fulham on Tuesday with banker Alex Loudon, 35, whom she dated for three years before separating in 2011.

Only four days before, she and Nico, 36, were photographed in a tender embrace in North London.

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