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HELLO! magazine

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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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FOUNDER Eduardo Sánchez Junco CHAIRMAN AND EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Eduardo Sánchez Pérez EDITORIAL EDITOR IN CHIEF Rosie Nixon EDITOR Thomas Whitaker DEPUTY EDITOR Jessica Callan P.A. TO EDITOR IN CHIEF Holly Nesbitt-Larking CREATIVE DIRECTOR Freddie Sloan ASSISTANT EDITOR Alexandra Wilby ROYAL EDITOR Emily Nash NEWS DIRECTOR Laura Benjamin COMMISSIONING EDITOR Jane Dowdeswell CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Rosalind Powell ROYAL & FEATURES CONTRIBUTOR Tracy Schaverien FEATURES CONTRIBUTOR Sally Morgan FEATURES WRITER Emily Horan PICTURE EDITOR Becky Cox PICTURE RESEARCHER Kate Atkinson PICTURE ASSISTANT Rachel Carrington ART DIRECTOR Philip Philpott DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Hannah Wilson SENIOR DESIGNER Linda Millard DESIGNERS Inés Alvarez, Sarah Clarke PRODUCTION EDITOR Anch Warlow CHIEF SUBEDITOR Jonathan Empson DEPUTY CHIEF SUBEDITOR Emma Pomfret CONSULTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER Susannah Lewis SUBEDITORS Elizabeth Carr-Ellis, Sally Sheringham, Theresa Brooks, Nick Vincent LIFESTYLE EDITOR Megan Conway BEAUTY DIRECTOR Charlotte Jolly BEAUTY INFLUENCER Alexandra Light FASHION EDITOR Rachel Story ASSISTANT LIFESTYLE EDITOR Kate Lockett LIFESTYLE ART EDITOR Amy Reiter LIFESTYLE BEAUTY ASSISTANT Emily Dale DIGITAL HEAD OF DIGITAL Sophie Vokes-Dudgeon WEBSITE EDITOR Andrea Caamaño DIGITAL…

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part of the famous department store dynasty james bloomingdale and wife natalie welcome us into their fabulous californian home

‘The pace of life here is very fast and the atmosphere is a world away from Texas’ Natalie ‘Although it sounds like a cliché, I just love the palm trees. Simply seeing them every morning puts me in a good mood’ Their first stab at romance was thwarted by a Texan tornado, but it was a proper whirlwind second time round for James Bloomingdale – of the famous US department store dynasty – and feisty Dallas belle Natalie Bond. A mutual friend had suggested James look up PR professional Natalie while on a business trip to her hometown, but inclement weather put the kibosh on the blind date. But when Natalie moved to Los Angeles for a new job, she waited just three days before meeting him for dinner at the Sunset…

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all smiles at the braemar games the queen is joined by her beloved clan for the annual fun-filled gathering

The Queen was on top form last week attending her favourite Scottish event with her family by her side. Regal in a purple dress and coat ensemble with matching hat, the monarch was all smiles at the annual Braemar Gathering, joined by the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay – as the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are known north of the border. Braving the cold air, Prince Charles wore a traditional kilt, while Camilla sported a tartan trim on her vermilion coat. The Queen, meanwhile, pulled a check blanket over her knees to protect against the chill. Relaxed and happy, the Queen finished her summer holiday in traditional style Helping make it a real family affair was eldest grandson Peter Phillips and his Canadian-born wife Autumn, who gave a chic nod to…

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riding high at horse trials zara tindall gets back in the saddle as her family cheer her on

All eyes were on Zara Tindall as she climbed back in the saddle to compete in one of the most exciting tournaments in the equestrian calendar, the Burghley Horse Trials. But while the accomplished horsewoman – who hopes to take part in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics – proudly took the reins to perform on the field, her boisterous five-year-old daughter Mia was her usual lively self on the sidelines. FUN AND GAMES Energetic Mia performed a sequence of agile moves with her dad Horsing around with dad Mike in an acrobatic display as her baby sister Lena dozed in her buggy next to them, the energetic youngster performed a sequence of agile moves as the 40-year-old former England rugby union captain dangled her upside down and balanced her on his hands as he lay…

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a perfect match with famous friends the duchess of sussex thrills tennis fans on her whirlwind trip to cheer on serena in new york

Although a private visit, there was no avoiding the spotlight at Flushing Meadows Making the most of her last weekend before returning to royal duties after maternity leave, the Duchess of Sussex flew to New York to watch close friend Serena Williams play in the US Open final. Meghan made a last-minute decision to fly to the US after staying up late to watch the tennis ace win her semi-final on TV. Less than seven hours later, she was on a commercial flight to the Big Apple to support Serena in the final. Although it was a private visit, there was no avoiding the spotlight at Flushing Meadows. As Meghan’s face appeared on the big screens, a roar went up from the crowd, to which she smiled and waved. In a sweet nod to…

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all the glamour and glitz the downton abbey premiere a dazzling cast reunion on the red carpet

Looking their shimmering best in an array of glamorous gowns and dapper suits – and a far cry from their 1920s on-screen personas – the cast of Downton Abbey lit up the red carpet at the London premiere of the film version of the TV hit. Four years after filming the last episode of the period drama, leading ladies Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern and Laura Carmichael were reunited for the gala screening in Leicester Square. And their thoroughly modern style would have had their Downton characters gasping, with US-born Elizabeth, who plays the Countess of Grantham, posing in a hot-pink Zac Posen gown alongside on-screen daughters Michelle (Lady Mary), in glamorous gold Galvan, and Laura (Lady Edith), who echoed the asymmetric theme in Monse. Being back together was “like coming home”, said Laura,…

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