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One thing led to another and yes, we had sex in the house – every day, in fact, for about three weeks!

Allan Lichtman, a distinguished professor of history at American University, created his "13 Keys to the White House" more than 30 years ago—and he's ready to predict who will win in 2016.

(Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post) Nobody knows for certain who will win on Nov.

8 — but one man is pretty sure: Professor Allan Lichtman, who has correctly predicted the winner of the popular vote in every presidential election since 1984.

Chanelle, who has a five-year-old son with footballer ex Matthew Bates, and Josh ended things in November 2015 after around six months of dating, which is said to have led to a 'cycle of trying to lose weight.' A source told Closer magazine in January: 'Chanelle's trapped in a cycle of trying to lose weight, but she has a thyroid problem, depression and is struggling to stick to any sort of diet or exercise regime.

The star revealed: 'I've never been happy with pictures of myself, even when I was a size 4.

Speaking to Now Magazine as she releases her new book Baring My Heart she reveals: ‘I fell madly in love.

When we sat down in May, he explained how he comes to a decision.

Chanelle kept things cheap and cheerful with her Tu at Sainsburys pick, but it did the job and we love the bright, cheery, lime hue she had selected.We do love a bandeau pick as it's great for keeping away those pesky strap tan lines, but the good thing about Chanelle's bikini is that it does come with a halter strap that can be attached when you're after a bit more support and removed when you're chilling on your sunbed.



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