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Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 2004

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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1 min.
model behaviour keeping up with kaia

If you’ve got it, flaunt it! There’s no denying model of the moment Kaia Gerber has some seriously superstar genes. Her mum, after all, is none other than Cindy Crawford! But when she hit Miami last week for a modelling job, Kaia managed to balance work with some good old-fashioned play. The 18-year-old got heads turning as she hung out in a lime-green bikini top and soaked up some rays on her bike, before kicking back with a group of friends, including Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski, 35,and 13 Reasons Why actor Tommy Dorfman, 27. Nowhere in sight, however, was Kaia’s boyfriend, Saturday Night Live funnyman Pete Davidson, 26, who Kaia had been dating for three months. Pete announced last week that he was putting the relationship on pause to “work on his mental…

2 min.
editor’s note

Like many parents, last week I felt my daughter Madeline’s anxiety as she waited for her NCEA results to come in. They’re available online now of course, but I recall very well the nerves of standing by the letterbox, biting my nails nervously waiting for the postie to deliver the certificate, and the joy of a good grade or disappointment with a bad one. While my girl sent me a text message with her fab results, back in the day there were no cellphones. I waited seemingly endless hours until my parents came home from work so I could tell them. It all felt so important! Now as the holidays wind down and the kids head back to school, we have loads of ideas to help make things as easy as possible for…

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 Staff Writer Chris Glavovic 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 Chloe Thomsen…

7 min.
wills & kate’s agony we don’t know this new harry

Just two weeks after plunging the monarchy into crisis with their shock decision to quit the royal family, Prince Harry is set to join his wife Meghan in Canada with baby Archie this week, where they’ll start their new future outside of palace walls. And as the world continues to reel from the astonishing events, back in the UK, a devastated Prince William has vowed to rise above what he sees as “the ultimate betrayal” by his younger brother. With his wife the Duchess of Cambridge at his side, William has promised the Queen and Prince Charles that they will get through this and come out stronger than ever. “The past week has been the worst ever for William. It’s been like a knife to the heart. He’s barely slept and has been…

1 min.
decoding the queen: what does her statement really mean?

The Queen refers to all the players in this catastrophe as her “family” – in fact she uses the word eight times. She’s keen to impress this is deeply personal. She confirms speculation that neither she, Charles nor William had signed off on Meghan and Harry’s plan but she’s not holding a grudge. How will they afford their so-called independent living arrangement? The Queen has artfully dodged that question. It suggests the Sussexes’ wish to keep Frogmore Cottage and receive stipends from Charles may not be granted. The Queen is desperate to assure her subjects she’s in control at a time where the monarchy is on very shaky ground indeed, and is throwing down the gauntlet on her staff, son and grandsons to get this sorted for the sake of them all. She refers…

1 min.
what they really think

THE QUEEN Publicly, the Monarch has said she’s committed to helping her grandson and his wife lead a more independent life. But behind the scenes, she’s said to feel “wounded”. “Harry was always her favourite,” tells our insider. “She never would have imagined he’d choose this path and she is devastated. There have been many tears.” PRINCE PHILIP Never one to mince his words, the Duke of Edinburgh was furious. “What the hell are they playing at?” he was reported as saying. The 98-year-old has always been extremely close to his grandson. “To say that the duke feels let down would be a considerable understatement. He is deeply hurt.” PRINCE WILLIAM The Duke of Cambridge has spoken of his “sadness” at the broken bond with his brother and voiced sorrow that they’re no longer a…