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Woman & HomeWoman & Home

Woman & Home June 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Woman & home is the UK’s number-one monthly magazine aimed at women aged 35+. Including best beauty advice, fabulous wearable fashion trends, delicious recipes, in-depth health and wellbeing advice, latest looks for the home, plus insightful interviews with celebrities and real women who have achieved remarkable things, W &H’s pages are bursting with irresistible inspiration. And there are also short stories, travel ideas, exclusive offers, competitions and much more besides! With a raft of top writers and stunning photography, W &H is gorgeous, glossy package.

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find joy in your life

I’m lucky to meet some very inspiring people as editor of woman&home, and this month I had the best time catching up with Twiggy and hearing all about her going to Buckingham Palace to get her damehood. Apparently, you are only supposed to take two people with you to sit in the gallery and Twiggy was quite sad that her sisters couldn’t be part of the occasion. She says, “I mentioned this to the lady organising the proceedings and she said we could squeeze a few more people in. It was so special to be there with all my family looking on. My sister Shirley is 15 years older than me so she’s a bit like a second mum. She cried when she got to the Palace.” “Celebrating heart-warming stories from…

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meet our contributors

LUCY WORSLEY By day, Lucy is chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces and by night a writer of history books. Her latest, Queen Victoria: Daughter, Wife, Mother, Widow, celebrates 200 years of the birth of the British monarch. On p90, discover fascinating facts about her life. How would your friends describe you? An over-achieving, impatient, uptight introvert who doesn’t know how to relax... but some of them are kind enough to pity me and tolerate my poor company! KATE SPICER Newspaper journalist and author of Lost Dog: A Love Story, Kate adopted a four-year-old lurcher called Wolfy, a loving rescue dog who gave her a new lease of life. Find out on p66 how she coped when he disappeared – and how her faith in humanity was restored. How would your friends describe you? I’d…

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woman&home

EDITOR KATH BROWN EXECUTIVE EDITOR Miranda McMinn GROUP CREATIVE DIRECTOR David Dowding GROUP CHIEF SUB EDITOR Emma Badger LIFESTYLE DIRECTOR Jayne Marsden FASHION DIRECTOR Paula Moore DEPUTY FASHION EDITOR Eloisa Johnson SENIOR FASHION & BEAUTY WRITER Jessica Beech SENIOR FASHION & BEAUTY WRITER Sarah Bradbury SENIOR FASHION WRITER Becky Joiner-O’Riordan FREELANCE FASHION ASSISTANT Scott Wells GROUP BEAUTY DIRECTORS Charley Williams-Howitt and Sarah Cooper-White BEAUTY EDITOR Fiona McKim BEAUTY EDITOR Annie Vischer FEATURES DIRECTOR Jane Kemp BOOKS EDITOR Isabelle Broom FEATURE WRITER Helena Cartwright FEATURE WRITER Emma Shacklock CELEBRITY CONTENT DIRECTOR Jack White HOMES EDITOR Holly Walsh HEALTH & FITNESS EDITOR Lucy Gornall SENIOR HEALTH WRITER Faye M Smith SENIOR HEALTH WRITER Natalia Lubomirski SENIOR HEALTH WRITER Tanya Pearey HEALTH WRITER Eleanor Vousden JUNIOR HEALTH WRITER Emily Jefferies FOOD DIRECTOR Elisa Roche FOOD EDITOR Jules Mercer FOOD EDITOR Rosie Conroy JUNIOR FOOD EDITOR Rose Fooks HEAD OF ART OPERATIONS Alison Walter SENIOR ART EDITOR Katherine Stock ACTING SENIOR ART EDITOR Christopher McPhail ART…

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treat yourself

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allison pearson if you could bottle the laughter of girlfriends, it would be britain’s bestselling tonic

The other day, my friend Karen turned down an invitation to lunch with a neighbour. The woman had lived across the road for 20 years and, although she and Karen were on chatty terms, they’d never got any closer. Recently, the woman had started texting daily, suggesting they meet up. “She wants to divorce her husband and she knows that I’ve been through a divorce so she thinks I can help her,” Karen sighed. “Well, darling,” I said, “you’re the best free counsellor I know.” “But I don’t want to do it,” Karen said firmly. “It would take a huge amount of time and emotional investment, and it would be absolute hell. And I know I’d end up supporting her through it, which would be exhausting. I’d do it for you if…

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how a simple life makes you happy

How often have you come back from holiday feeling recharged, only to lose the benefit the moment you return to reality? Do you find yourself sighing “I need a break” or “I want time to myself”? We live in complex times and we can’t change the world, only the way we live in it. You don’t need to be a hermit to feel Zen-like – tiny shifts in your routine can lead to a more carefree existence. 1 Start the day with a clear mind Imagine you’re in the middle of vacuuming or ploughing through a long to-do list on the computer when your friend calls to suggest a walk in the park. Your instant response may be to say “I’m too busy”, but every time we declare “I don’t have time”, our…

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