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Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 2001

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.
all eyes on us! showstopping little royals

They stole the show! Christmas morning saw adorable Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four, join their parents for the first time on the family’s walk to the St Mary Magdalene Church on the Queen’s Sandringham estate. Looking picture-perfect, the royal siblings clasped hands with their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 37, while granddad Prince Charles walked alongside. It’s a rite of passage for young royals, with Princes William and Harry making their Christmas debut at around the same age. Little brother Prince Louis, one, was too young to attend and stayed at nearby Anmer Hall with a nanny. Also attending the walk were Princesses Beatrice, 31, and Eugenie, 29, and their respective partners Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36, and Jack Brooksbank, 33, with the sisters putting on brave faces amid the…

1 min.
her majesty’s coded message

Addressing the Commonwealth in her Christmas message, the Queen acknowledged the “bumpy” year the royal family has faced. With Prince Andrew sacked from royal duties and the apparently widening gap between brothers William and Harry, Her Majesty, 93, has faced one of her most difficult years yet. But she generously offered an olive branch to Meghan and Prince Harry, who have opened up about their struggles in coping with life in the spotlight, saying she was thrilled to welcome Archie into the family. She later said, “As we all look forward to the start of a decade, it’s worth remembering that it is often the small steps, not the giant leaps that bring about the most lasting change.” In the lead-up to Christmas Day, her once inseparable grandsons both released photos of their…

1 min.
woman's day magazine nz

Editor-in-Chief Sido Kitchin Deputy Editor Marilynn McLachlan Editor-at-Large Sophie Neville News Editor Lynley Ward Senior Writer Cloe Willetts 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 Kate Cameron Publisher Analyst Johanne Kendall…

2 min.
editor’s note

After all the fizzing excitement and crazy business of the festive season, I hope most of you lovely readers are enjoying some down time to recharge the batteries for 2020. If you’re anything like me, you’ve had some serious post-Christmas fatigue and now need to kick back and relax. I love the sentiment of Christmas, but between the shopping, parties, end-of-school formalities, early work deadlines and perpetual to-do lists, it’s pretty stressful. By the time I got to Christmas Eve this year, I was zonked. I was lucky to wake up for some of the most essential parental duties of that night. I was rustling around in my wardrobe at 4.30am, when I was given a huge fright by 10-year-old Darcy sleepily appearing behind me. I led him back to bed, but he’d…

7 min.
sky high! chelsea & douglas’ sweet baby boy

When a heavily pregnant Chelsea Winter woke up on the morning of July 4, she looked out the window at the thick storm clouds rolling in towards their rural Tauranga home and quipped to her partner Douglas Renall that it would be the perfect day to have a baby. Little did she know that just a few hours later she’d be cuddled up in bed, candles flickering and torrential rain pounding on the roof, with her newborn son cradled in her arms after a beautiful home birth, two weeks earlier than expected. “It was like the sky was giving birth too,” recalls Chelsea as she welcomes Woman’s Day into her and Douglas’ stunning new home to introduce their adorable five-month-old son Sky Leonardo. His hurried arrival still feels like yesterday for the accomplished…

3 min.
pitter-patter at the palace three babies in waiting!

If 2019 was the Queen’s worst year ever, 2020 is looking a lot rosier for the 93-year-old monarch. Woman’s Day has learned that Her Majesty has been informed she has three more great-grandchildren on the way, with the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex and Princess Eugenie all believed to be expecting a little one this year. “The Queen is overjoyed at the news,” says a source. “She feels it will really turn the family’s fortunes around. And there’s nothing like the pitter-patter of little feet to bring people back together – with so much feuding and scandal in the family this past year, she’s desperate to bring the warring Windsor clan back together.” Just last week UK betting agency Ladbrokes slashed the odds on who would be the next royal to welcome…