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Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 1949

No magazine is more in touch with Kiwi women than Woman’s Day, New Zealand’s most popular weekly magazine. For the one-in-three women who read Woman’s Day each week, it’s a treat – a chance to escape daily life for a titillating fix of the best showbiz stories, hot celebrity photos, inspirational real-life reads, a TV guide and a lifestyle section packed with tips, tricks, puzzles and great columns.

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New Zealand
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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2 min.
editor’s note

There are so many reasons I’m crackers for Christmas – the smell of a fresh pine tree, fairy lights and pretty decorations; my beaming kids jumping on our bed early to see what’s in their stockings; family coming together to don silly paper hats, share weak jokes and feast on too much ham. I love it all. But I also adore this season because at Woman’s Day we get to bring you our annual bumper Christmas issue – my favourite of the year. It’s jam-packed with joy! You will have noticed it’s a whopper, and that’s because we have bonus pages with festive recipes, glitzy fashion, cute craft ideas, tips on how to have a stress-free celebration and bucketloads of gift ideas. Oh, and there are some great giveaways too! I loved…

1 min.
woman's day magazine nz

Woman’s Day Editor-in-Chief Sido Kitchin Deputy Editor Marilynn McLachlan Editor-at-Large Sophie Neville News Editor Lynley Ward Senior Writer Cloe Willetts Staff Writer Ellen Mackenzie Chief Sub-editor Sheryn Church Deputy Chief Sub-editor Denise Bowden Sub-editor Jennifer Reynolds Creative Director Mirella Monteiro Senior Designer Olivia New Designer Demelza Callesen Staff Photographer Robert Trathen LIFESTYLE – INSPIRE Lifestyle Director Penny Lewis Style Director Leigh Matheson Beauty Editor Amy Houlihan Digital Artist Andrew Kirkup Picture Editor Kellie Blizard International Picture Editor Kate Dwek Editorial Assistant Jessica Ault Production Editor Rebekah Hebenton Production Coordinator Lorne Kay MARKETING Head of Marketing Martine Skinner Marketing Manager Lauren Dyke Group Marketing Assistant Jessica Bird ADVERTISING Commercial Director Kaylene Hurley Group Sales Director Rachel McLean Commercial Head of Brand Anna Magasiva Commercial Brand Manager Georgia Bews Direct Account Manager…

7 min.
family blessings gemma’s christmas joy!

Over the past few months, hockey star and mum-of-one Gemma McCaw has spent more nights in hotel rooms than she has at her own home. With almost weekly trips to Australia and around New Zealand as she resurrects her stellar sporting career, not to mention a two-week stint in Japan with husband Richie for the Rugby World Cup, she’s the first to admit that life lately has been verging on crazy! So it’s no surprise then, that come Christmas when she, Richie and baby Charlotte head to their beloved Wanaka, she’ll be breathing a big sigh of relief as she finally gets the chance to sit back and relax. “This year has definitely been a big one,” says the 29-year-old, as she catches up with Woman’s Day for an exclusive festive photo shoot…

6 min.
oh the shame! andrew’s daughters walk away

As Prince Andrew sat down for his now infamous television interview on November 16, he thought it was his big chance to clear his name amid explosive accusations he’d had intimate encounters with a teenaged sex slave courtesy of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. Instead, four days after the tell-all – branded worldwide as a “train wreck” – he was forced to step down from his royal duties before his controversial friendship with the billionaire paedophile damaged the monarchy beyond repair. The shock move sent tremors through the palace, but behind the scenes the damage has been even more devastating for the prince, with sources saying his ill-advised interview has dealt a catastrophic blow to his relationship with his daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. “It’s deeply serious,” a royal insider tells Woman’s Day exclusively.…

1 min.
kate & wills put on a brave face!

As some of the family implodes, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who hold the future of the monarchy in their hands, showed they are determined to keep up the good work. With negative headlines about her in-laws splashed across Britain’s front pages, Kate, 37, stoically did what she does best – visiting children and those less fortunate before glamming up with her husband and representing the family at the annual Royal Variety Performance in London. “Kate and William are being entrusted to keep the positive headlines coming, and she particularly is doing a wonderful job,” says a source. “She’s found the perfect balance between being a normal mum and representing royal interests. It must be hard for her though. She’s disgusted about the Andrew scandal, and things with Meghan are still tense.…

4 min.
royal tiki tour kia ora, charles & camilla!

As far as overseas jaunts go, the timing wasn’t exactly perfect for Prince Charles and Camilla’s official visit to New Zealand last week. Just as the senior royals’ jet was landing at Auckland’s Whenuapai airbase around 1.30pm on Sunday, Britain was reeling from Prince Andrew’s catastrophic television interview about his links to paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. But in the face of controversy, the heir to the throne did what royals do best – keep calm and carry on! The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall cut fine-feathered figures on Wednesday – the third day of their official tour – as they visited the historic Waitangi Treaty Grounds in Northland, wearing traditional korowai cloaks as they were welcomed on to the grounds. The prince smiled and laughed at light-hearted moments of the ceremony, but became solemn…