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Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 2008

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
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English
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Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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taika bow boy, he’s so choice!

Winner winner chicken dinner! Kiwis swelled with pride as one of our own took home an Oscar at the Academy Awards last week. Natalie Portman and Timothée Chalamet presented Taika Waititi with the Best Adapted Screenplay gong for his film Jojo Rabbit. Only the 22nd Kiwi to win at the awards, the 44-year-old dedicated his prize to “all of the indigenous kids in the world who want to do dance and art and write stories,” adding, “We are the original storytellers and we can make it here as well.” Taika was joined at the glitzy event by producer Chelsea Winstanley, who shares two children with the director. Both Taika and Chelsea were nominated for Best Picture, but missed out to Parasite. Praise for the filmmaker came from around the world, with…

2 min.
editor’s note

One of the perks of working at Woman’s Day is we have a valid excuse to watch the Oscars live each year. With 16 pages of awards’ glam and gossip to fill, watching the show is a legitimate part of the job – and a lovely way to spend a Monday afternoon! So while we tap away at our computers, we can also oooh and ahhh at the red-carpet arrivals and stand together to celebrate the big winners. It’s a buzz. This year’s ceremony was particularly special, watching Taika Waititi win his first Oscar. As he thanked his mum and dedicated his win to all indigenous kids who dream to make it as an artist, we all burst with pride. The fact his win was for Jojo Rabbit is amazing. It’s about a…

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…

5 min.
princess bride at last! bea’s downsized wedding

After months of speculation over whether her wedding would go ahead, Princess Beatrice and her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have finally set a date to tie the knot. But with the scandal surrounding her father Prince Andrew showing no signs of abating, the pair have scratched plans for an opulent affair, opting instead to say “I do” in front of just 150 family and friends in London on May 29. “Originally Beatrice wanted the big fairytale wedding just like her sister Princess Eugenie, who had 850 guests and thousands of well-wishers gathered outside,” tells a palace insider. “But with the crisis engulfing her family, it’s clear a wedding of that size just wasn’t appropriate. At times, she’s struggled to even imagine going ahead at all given the negativity and stress –…

2 min.
autumn’s over peter’s shock divorce

Their 12-year marriage was always seen as one of the royal family’s happiest unions, but behind closed doors Peter Phillips and his Canadian wife Autumn had been struggling to make it work for almost a year before their shock divorce announcement last week. While their decision to split is said to have “shocked and saddened” the Queen, the pair confided in pals that the rows had become so bad separating was their only option. “When they first met, it was a classic case of opposites attract,” tells a pal. “They were enamoured by each other. But in recent years, resentment started to creep in and the arguments were becoming unbearable. Autumn has always felt she gave up so much for Peter and she was barely speaking to him for much of last…

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cheers to the heirs! the new fab four

‘YOU’VE ALWAYS BEEN MY FAVOURITE!’ It was a royal double date last week when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at a visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre. The senior royals took the train from London to Loughborough together, where they toured the facility and learned about the organisation’s efforts to help injured military personnel. Prince William, 37, even joined in a game of wheelchair basketball. After missing a series of shots, his father gave him an encouraging squeeze on the shoulders, which seemed to do the trick. “It was lovely – he then managed to shoot the hoop and everyone cheered,” tells an onlooker. Sources say William and his 71-year-old dad’s relationship is stronger than ever after they supported each other through the shock of…