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Kelly Brook: Heart FM star smoulders in leather miniskirt after candid chat about children

The 39-year-old model and TV star, who presents the drive time segment with Jason 'JK' King, took advantage of the warm weather and got her legs out in a black leather miniskirt. Kelly Brook was pictured heading to the Global Studios in London's Leicester Square today to record her latest Heart FM Radio Show. Kelly was all smiles as she made her way to work, beaming for photographers on the arm of her boyfriend Jeremy Parisi, who was casually dressed. The presenter - who suffered a devastating miscarriage six months into her pregnancy in 2011, when she was dating rugby player Thom Evans - appears to be good spirits after giving an interview about her future at the weekend. She told The Sun that she felt like a "failure" after her miscarriage but is looking forward to a new chapter in her life as she heads towards her 40th birthday, which takes place in November this year.

After spending some time away from the spotlight, Kelly has had time to reflect and is back and looking forward to the future. And Kelly Brook continued her fashionable displays as she headed into the Global Radio Studios in London on Monday, showcasing her hourglass figure in a black boiler suit. Looking ready for spring, the brunette bombshell, 39, teamed the cinched-waist jumpsuit with a yellow neon T-shirt, drawing attention to her voluptuous assets. Kelly Brook continued her fashionable displays as she headed into the Global Radio Studios on Monday, showcasing her hourglass figure in a black boiler suit She finished her outfit with some oversized sunglasses and styled her long brunette hair with a conventional middle-parting while sporting a glamorous makeup vibe. All smiles: Looking ready for spring, the brunette bombshell, 39, teamed the cinched-waist jumpsuit with a yellow neon T-shirt, drawing attention to her voluptuous assets Kelly has served as a guest presenter on Heart FM throughout the winter and now spring, joining Jason King for the weekday drive-time show.

The model detailed the struggle of suffering a miscarriage in 2011, six months into her pregnancy with her rugby player ex boyfriend Thom Evans, and how now she is not sure if she and Jeremy Parisi will have kids. Speaking in an interview with The Sun's Fabulous magazine, she said: 'You can feel a failure if you go through miscarriage or feel that it's quite unfair, but as much as it was a real loss and a difficult time, I got through it.' Boosting her frame, the model added a pair of black heels to her ensemble from River Island and a matching quilted handbag with a gold chain Beaming: The model styled her long brunette hair with a conventional middle-parting Meanwhile: The TV star recently spoke about how her new career high on radio has come alongside her acceptance that children may not be in her future On the move: Kelly clutched hold of her pink framed sunglasses as she headed out into the darkness enveloping the streets of London The presenter also revealed that she is quite a 'selfish person' so much so that her mum asked her 'what she was thinking?' having kids before she suffered her miscarriage. Kelly's tragic loss occurred in April 2011 and she previously revealed what happened in her autobiography, Close Up, explaining that she also lost a second baby in December that year. Posting on Instagram, the star wrote: 'Look for Today's @thisisheart Jumpsuit and Neon Top and Heels all @riverisland' Still glam: Kelly dressed up her boiler suit with a pair of pointed heels Every year, when it's time to give out the Nobel Prize for Literature, British bookies lay odds on who might win. Every year, Kenyan writer Ngugi Wa Thiong'o is viewed as a contender.

But the first thing he ever wrote was a short story, which is included in a new collection of stories that range from the 1960s to the present. "And I just blurted out, 'I have written a short story — would you like to look at it?'" Ngugi says. Beginning with that story, this new collection has a narrative arc that takes the reader from the sometimes harsh reality of village life through the changes that came with the end of colonial rule. A number of the stories were written just after Kenya won its independence from Britain. It was a time of great hope — which Ngugi says turned out to be a false hope for many.

In "Minutes of Glory," the story which gives this collection its name, Ngugi tells of a young woman who leaves her village to become a bartender in one of the many beer halls that sprang up in postcolonial Kenya. Ngugi's writing was often critical of postcolonial Kenya and its rulers. "The first play that I write in Gikuyu, my mother tongue, I am put in a maximum security prison not by a colonial government — by an African government," Ngugi says. While in prison, Ngugi wrote Devil on the Cross, his first novel in Gikuyu. After getting out of prison, Ngugi went into exile, living first in England and then the United States.

Although he has not lived in Kenya for many years, he still writes about it. Living in exile, he says, is a different kind of prison. In exile I try to do the same thing — to try to connect with Kenya, with Africa, through my imagination, through my writing." As for that elusive Nobel Prize, Ngugi finds it more amusing than anything. "When I go to a place, and I meet a person, and they tell me, 'Your novel or your short story impacted my life,' that's a very special moment when as a writer I feel: 'My God, it was worth it.' It's what I call the Nobel of the heart, and I really appreciate that one," he says. And he adds, with a laugh: "The beauty of the Nobel of the heart is that every writer can have it, yeah?" Global Radio has announced local breakfast and drivetime shows will be axed from Capital, Heart and Smooth radio stations, putting more than 100 jobs at risk. The radio company said the decision to cut the local radio shows was made in order to provide a more streamlined and centralised service broadcast from London. Labour's Mr Watson said: "The loss of more than 100 local radio jobs across the country is a travesty and particularly damaging at a time when local news is already under extreme pressure. "Replacing local voices with London-based presenters will be a terrible loss to communities across the country. Kelly Brook jokes Liam Payne couldn't keep his eyes off her at the Global Awards Both Kelly and Liam are at The Global Awards 2019 tonight. Kelly looked dazzling in a gold Victoria Beckham dress when she attended the Global Awards with Very.co.uk at London's Eventim Apollo. Naomi Campbell should probably look away now, as Heart presenter and model Kelly Brook has joked that Liam Payne kept 'looking at her' during The Global Awards on Thursday night. Kelly revealed she was sharing a table with he former One Direction singer at the star-studded event, which is taking place at London's Eventim Apollo tonight, and caught the 24-year-old looking her way. Speaking backstage after presenting the award for Best Pop Act, she said: "Liam Payne keeps looking at me. Kelly Brook and Mark Wright presented an award together at The Global Awards 2019 tonight. Kelly and Liam shared a table at the ceremony tonight. The Global Awards with Very.co.uk took place (07/03/2019) at London's Eventim Apollo, and featured performances from some of the world's biggest artists - including Anne-Marie, Mark Ronson and Little Mix. It brings together all Global's radio stations including Capital, Heart, Smooth, Classic FM, LBC, Radio X, Capital XTRA and Gold, with award categories reflecting the music, programmes and news aired on those stations.