Also singing Oh, Mexico were Sienna Miller (and no, not with Brad Pitt ), Bella Hadid, Kevin Hart, and Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler this is where that bare-buns photo of the NFL player was snapped. Morocco John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, and that bundle of delightfulness that is Luna were inMarrakech last month , which may have inspired Maisie Williamss amazing-looking vacation. The Game of Thrones teen is with her boyfriend,Ollie Jackson, on the trip. Their matching outfits were apparently not planned, but cute nonetheless. Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas By our estimation (which is completely nonscientific), Heidi Klum is on vacation 355 days of the year. This week finds her bikini-ing (is that a word?) inthe British isles. Lindsey Vonn is there, with her boyfriend Kenan Smith, staying atSailrock Resort. (Side note: Its funny to see a pro skier in a bikini .) And Courteney Cox was a Bahama mama with her video star daughter, Coco Arquette a few days back. The Dominican Republic From the looks of her pix, Janelle Monae is our kind of tripper. A ชุดว่ายน้ำ บิกินี่ พร้อมส่ง ไซส์ใหญ่ little hammock time does the body good. And it seems like she probably got the Punta Cana ชุดว่ายน้ํา เอวสูง พร้อมส่ง vacation gratis because she plugged a company (twice!) in her pix.

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But he's clearly eager to get going. "I am waiting to begin," he said. "I will be ready tomorrow to negotiate, frankly speaking." Image copyright Getty Images Image caption David Davis - the UK's Minister for Exiting the European Union - served as Europe minister at the same time as Mr Barnier And he will bring with him an instinctive pro-European agenda, and a deep knowledge of the workings of the single market. His deputy as chief Brexit negotiator is a German trade expert, Sabine Weyand, adding to the impression that Mr Barnier will lead a team that means business. One of the biggest challenges he (and his boss Jean-Claude Juncker) faces, is to ensure that representatives of the big member states don't sideline him in the Brexit divorce negotiations. But Mr Barnier's long career in French politics means he could well have the ear of the Elysee Palace, especially if - as looks likely - a centre-right candidate wins the French presidency next year. The stakes are so high that there are bound to be some clashes. Mr Barnier has sparred with the UK's Minister for Exiting the European Union, David Davis, before, when the men both served as Europe ministers in the 1990s. It is another reminder that Michel Barnier is a politician first and foremost, rather than a bureaucrat.