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1709

Renowned for its superb photo-features, and its ability to secure exclusive access to the social elite, HELLO! has been capturing key moments in celebrities lives ever since it was launched more than 20 years. Each issue is rich mix of articles and interviews from around the world balanced by a series of regular practical features designed to appeal to every type of reader.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
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Hello! Limited
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Weekly
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toto bergamo rossi

The city is slowly sinking into the sea and needs constant conservation work The city of Venice is never less than magical and is the perfect setting for the world-famous film festival, when a whole galaxy of Hollywood stars adds to its lustre. And this year, the arrival of A-list names including Dame Helen Mirren and Jennifer Lopez was an extra-special moment – a sign that elegance and glamour could return to our lives as the world continues to open up after coming to a standstill due to the pandemic. PLACE OF SPLENDOUR Venice is lucky to count many of cinema’s biggest names – including Brad Pitt – among its supporters. For, while it has survived many crises in its long history, we shouldn’t forget that it is fragile. It is slowly sinking into the…

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princess beatrice

A month after welcoming their first child together, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi appear to be thoroughly enjoying parenthood as they get out and about again. The couple were the picture of happiness as they strolled in the autumn sunshine with their baby daughter Sienna Elizabeth. Relaxed in tracksuit bottoms and a dark green quilted coat from high street chain Zara, her hair up in a casual bun, Beatrice looked relaxed as she chatted to friends while Edoardo pushed the pram near their home at St James’s Palace in London. This was the first time the family had been seen in public since the birth of the Queen’s 12th greatgrandchild on 18 September and it was clear motherhood is agreeing with Beatrice, 33, who is also stepmum to Edoardo’s five-year-old…

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ashley roberts

The theme was disco and as Ashley Roberts celebrated her 40th birthday with a glittering bash attended by famous friends, she was determined to have a ball. Almost a month after the big day, the ex-Pussycat Dolls singer and Heart DJ (left) held a party at The Court in London, where she was joined by guests including her bandmate Kimberly Wyatt (above right with Ashley). After arriving in her “dress of dreams”, a backless, bejewelled, see-through design created by Julien Macdonald, Ashley later changed into a more dancefloor-friendly gold sequinned minidress. “Belated bday celebration baby yea,” she told fans on Instagram, sharing photos taken on the “epic” night. “I am so blessed to have such amazing people in my life.” Happy to share the fun, Kimberly uploaded images of the pair, telling…

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katherine jenkins

As a keen rugby union fan and hugely successful classical artist, Katherine Jenkins is no stranger to singing to packed-out stadiums ahead of big matches. But her latest live performance in front of sports fans was a totally different ball game. The mezzo-soprano was at Tottenham Hotspur’s North London ground to sing God Save the Queen ahead of the American football NFL London match between the New York Jets and the Atlanta Falcons, something she called “such an honour”. Accompanied by a choir (below), dressed in red and holding a crystal-encrusted microphone (left) that matched sparkles at her waist and neck, Katherine was also joined in song by members of the crowd that filled the 62,850-capacity venue. It was not, however, her NFL debut, having previously performed at matches at Wembley. “I always…

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victoria beckham

When it comes to fashion and beauty, Victoria Beckham has plenty of bright ideas. And that was certainly the case on her latest trip to New York. If Victoria’s primary objective was to be noticed as she returned to her hotel after an appearance on Good Morning America, her colourful outfit (right) did the trick. The fashion designer was in the Big Apple to talk about the latest addition to her beauty range, a blush named Cheeky Posh, a nod to her Spice Girls days. Launched in 2019, the collection is proving as big a hit as the band’s singles, and Victoria said it was her No. 1 priority these days. Quizzed once more about joining any future Spice Girls reunion, she said: “[Victoria Beckham Beauty] is my creative outlet right now,…

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