Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 2009

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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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1 min.
love you to brits!

No-one turned more heads at the Brit Awards last week than Lizzo, who walked the red carpet in a gown reminiscent of a Hershey’s chocolate bar! The superstar, 31, missed out on International Female Solo Artist to Billie Eilish, 18, but she made up for the disappointment by grabbing a cuddle with a canary-clad Harry Styles, 26! The star-studded night’s top honours went to Stormzy, 26, for Best Male Artist and Mabel, 24, for Best Female Artist, but the last word was left to veteran rocker Sir Rod Stewart, 75, who belted out “I Don’t Want to Talk About It” and invited his old mates Ronnie Wood, 72, and Kenney Jones, 71, to join him on stage.…

2 min.
ed’s letter

This week we have Grace Millane in our hearts and minds. The 28-year-old man who murdered this beautiful soul on the eve of her 22nd birthday was sentenced to 17 years behind bars on Friday. Her family spoke of their emotional pain and suffering via a video link from London, a photo of their beloved Grace hanging on the wall behind them. Sadly, her murder has been a stark reminder of New Zealand’s appalling record of violence against women. Responding to family violence accounts for 40% of frontline police time in our country – but still half of the homicides here are related to domestic abuse. When statistics show that one in three Kiwi women are abused by a partner – and not all incidents are reported – it seems clear…

5 min.
mother guilt kate’s secret years of struggle

‘It was a real weight off my shoulders that it’s not totally my responsibility to do everything’ Ever since her marriage to Prince William in 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge has been lauded for her confidence and poise as she’s ascended the royal ladder to become one of the family’s most valuable members. Yet behind the self-assured smiles, the mum-of-three has opened up about the life she shares with William and their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, admitting that just like mothers everywhere, she’s struggling with the same fears, stresses and doubts. In a strikingly candid conversation with British podcast Happy Mum Happy Baby, Kate spoke openly about the pressures of family life and when asked if she has ever experienced “mum guilt”, she said, “Yes, absolutely – and anyone…

2 min.
kate’s mummy diaries

In what’s been described as one of the most-revealing interviews ever given by a senior royal, Kate chatted openly about all things motherhood – including pregnancy and birth. Speaking on podcast Happy Mum Happy Baby about the severe morning sickness that has plagued all three of her pregnancies, she admitted to being “not the happiest of pregnant people”. “Lots of people have it far worse but it was definitely a challenge,” she said. “Not just you, but those around you. William didn’t feel he could do much to help. It’s hard for everyone to see you suffering when they can’t do anything about it. I felt utterly rotten.” She opened up about the practice of hypnobirthing, which she used for all three of her labours, and expressed her amazement at the power of…

1 min.
another royal marriage bites the dust

Just weeks after Peter and Autumn Phillips’ divorce revelation, the Queen’s nephew the Earl of Snowdon has revealed the end of his marriage after 26 years. In a statement released last week, a spokesman said, “The Earl and Countess of Snowdon have amicably agreed that their marriage has come to an end and that they shall be divorced. They ask that the press respect their privacy.” The earl, David Armstrong-Jones, is the son of the late Princess Margaret and photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones. He and wife Serena have two grown-up children, Viscount Linley, Charles Armstrong-Jones and Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones. The Queen is said to be saddened by the news, which “came out of the blue”. Says a source, “Two divorces in the space of a few weeks has been very upsetting for her.”…

2 min.
harry & meghan’s homecoming bombshell!

If he’s suffering pangs of sadness or regret over his decision to quit royal life, Prince Harry certainly didn’t show it as he arrived back in Canada with a beaming Meghan after a whirlwind few days networking in the US. The trip away included a speaking engagement in Miami, which is said to have earned the couple close to $1.5 million, and a visit to the Stanford University in California, where they’re believed to be researching ways to run their charitable foundation. But the pair, who announced their decision to quit the royal life in January, were dealt a blow last week with the Queen refusing to allow their use of Sussex Royal as their brand name. Harry and Meghan have spent thousands developing their website of the same name, and had also…