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New Zealand Woman’s WeeklyNew Zealand Woman’s Weekly

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

1922

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly is the country’s most read woman’s magazine. A true publishing icon, the Weekly shares stories of real New Zealand women as well as in-depth royal news and celebrity features from abroad. The magazine also inspires with relevant and aspirational content covering all things food, style, home and entertaining.

Country:
New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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IN THIS ISSUE

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full of grace

Doting parents Prince Albert (61) and Princess Charlene of Monaco (41) had a ball with their gorgeous twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella (4) at the Saint Devote Rugby Tournament in the tiny principality last week.The children’s tournament, held in collaboration with the Princess Charlene Foundation, brought 17 nations together to compete. Although South Africa sent a team, the event wasn’t on the calendar for budding All Blacks.As Charlene was born in Zimbabwe and raised in South Africa, it’s likely she takes a greater interest in rugby than the average Monaco resident!…

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from the editor

While many of us were brought up on fairytales, dreaming of mystical castles, princes and princesses, it seems there was one little boy who slept behind palace walls, dreaming of a world where he wasn’t a prince, and was instead just a regular boy called Harry . The decision by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to forgo any royal titles for their gorgeous newborn son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, came as something of a surprise to fans – we expected that he might at least be an earl or lord, if not a prince. But looking back at Prince Harry’s lifelong struggles as part of The Firm, his decision really does make a great deal of sense. I’ll never for get reporting on his first visit to our shores four…

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‘a normal boy’ harry’s heartfelt gift to archie

Proud new dad Prince Harry has plenty of people he can hit up when it comes to parenting tips.Big brother Prince William, for starters, is a great source of knowledge, thanks to being dad to Prince George (5), Princess Charlotte (4) and Prince Louis (1).But it seems the family member Harry is most likely to look to when it comes to inspiration on how to bring up his son Archie is his cousin Zara Tindall. He apparently greatly admires the way Zara and her husband Mike are giving their daughters Mia and Lena a happy and down-to-earth childhood away from the protocols and restrictions of the royal family, and wants the same thing for his boy.The decision by Harry (34) and his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (37), not…

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forget-me-nots for diana

Meghan and Harry paid a lovely tribute to his late mum Princess Diana through a sweet picture posted of Archie on Instagram on Mother’s Day. The shot of Archie’s tiny feet cradled in Meghan’s hands featured a touching message that read, “Paying tribute to all mothers today – past, present, mothers-to-be and those lost but forever remembered. We honour and celebrate each and every one of you.”The background of the photo is forget-me-nots – Diana’s favourite flower.…

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are hrhs an endangered species?

Harry and Meghan’s call to not give their son a royal title – at least for now – means that in the next generation of the family there might only be three members known as prince or princess – George, Charlotte and Louis.Including William’s children, there are currently 17 royals who bear British titles. Two gained them by marriage – Prince Philip and Princess Michael of Kent – while the rest are direct descendants of monarchs. But there could have been even more if the Queen’s youngest son Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, hadn’t opted for their children to be Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor and James, Viscount Severn, instead of Princess Louise and Prince James.The current rules around who can and can’t be a prince or…

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‘for the first time in a long time, i don’t care what people think’

Her on-screen persona may think nothing of squeezing herself into a tight-fitting mini skirt and low-cut top but Coronation Street actress Beverley Callard couldn’t be more different. Despite having played brash Rovers Return landlady Liz McDonald for 30 years, it’s only recently that Bev has found her fearlessness.“I’m the most confident I’ve been in years. For the first time in a long time, I don’t care what people think about me,” Bev (62) says as she confidently poses for the camera.And while Bev admits she was “dubious” about turning 60, she has more energy than ever – and is learning to ride a motorbike! “I’m a bit mad like that,” she giggles as she cuddles up to husband Jon McEwan (53).Bev and Jon have been together for 17 years…

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