Behind on posting my pics . My bestie and did Miami! Matching monokinis and everything, the model captioned the Instagram photo . Little Chanel sported a wide smile as she lounged on the chair. And Austin is shown reaching over to the little girl with a smile of her own. The photo seems to be from Austin and Chanels recent trip to the Florida city. The new mom uploaded another photo of the mother-daughter duo in their monokinis now with the pair posing in front of sparkling blue water. I would live in a swimsuit if I lived near a tropical place, Austin ชุดว่ายน้ํา ramil captioned the shot of the baby waving. Chanel loves to way (sic) hi. Coco Austin & Baby Chanel Wear Matching Swimsuits During Mommy-Daughter Trip to the Pool! Austin and Chanel are no strangers to matching ensembles , and their Miami purple bikini trip provided fans with a slew of adorable twinning shots.
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Brexit and uncertainty ชุดว่ายน้ํา wetsuit Image caption Every council area in Scotland voted Remain in the EU referendum Brexit is the driving force in politics across the UK right now; and it is the source of the division which might bring an independence referendum to pass. In case you hadn't heard, the majority of Scottish voters backed Remain , while the UK as a whole backed Leave. Beyond that, Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May take completely different approaches when it comes to Brexit. The first minister comes at the issue like a jigsaw puzzle; she looks for recognised pieces like EFTA, the customs union and free movement which can be slotted together in a logical fashion to look like the picture on the box - of Scotland in Europe. Her options paper roots out precedent for every element, every piece of the puzzle, drawing comparisons from the Faroe Islands to Svalbard. The prime minister meanwhile sees Brexit more like a painting. It's a creative act, conjuring up something new and unique. Never mind the Norway model, she demands her own "bespoke" deal, like nothing Europe has ever seen before. The trouble is, we don't really know what the painting is going to look like. We have half an idea what Mrs May is trying to sketch out, but there are 27 other countries frantically swabbing at the canvas too (OK, that metaphor has probably been tortured enough). So an indyref before the Brexit negotiations are complete would end up being a choice between two hypotheticals; two uncertain futures.