Countryfile presenter Anita Rani is having an amazing week! After announcing her new role on Radio 4's Woman's Hour, the 43-year-old has revealed her new memoir, The Right Sort of Girl, is now available to pre-order.
Taking to her Instagram page on Thursday, the presenter shared a stunning new, makeup-free selfie of herself to confirm the latest update on her book.
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"Sometimes it's good to take your makeup off and show people who you really are," she wrote. "My memoir and first ever book #therightsortofgirl is available to preorder now. Up there in my bio #writer #revealing #memoir @bonnierbooks_uk @curtisbrowntalent."
Fans and friends alike rushed to comment on the post, with one writing: "Beauty! Brows on fleek xx." Another remarked: "Love your style!! Can't wait to read it." A third post read: "Natural beauty. Go girl."
The TV star shared this makeup-free selfie
On Tuesday, Anita revealed she will present the Friday and Saturday editions of Radio 4's Woman's Hour from on 15 January. In a statement, Anita said: "I've long been a fan of Woman's Hour and admired the presenters who have hosted the show previously, so I cannot wait to become part of it myself as second presenter, alongside the brilliant Emma Barnett.
"I am really looking forward to getting to know the listeners and discussing issues that matter to them the most. Woman's Hour has always given a voice to people who may not be heard elsewhere and I want to continue that important tradition." She added: "What an honour and what a way to kick off the weekend."
The Right Sort of Girl is available to pre-order now, £16.99, Amazon
Anita first joined the BBC's Asian Network in 2005 and has since become a regular presenter on BBC Radio 2. She is also known for appearing on Countryfile, The One Show and Watchdog, and competed in the 2015 series of Strictly Come Dancing.