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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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9 min.
luxury book publishers martine and prosper assouline welcome us to their palatial home in the heart of paris

‘Reading is extraordinary, because if you limit yourself to the real world, life can be heavy and sad’ Martine Husband-and-wife publishing team Prosper and Martine Assouline disagree on the adage that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. “Most of the time, a book is kept closed, so it should be something you enjoy living with,” says Martine of the exquisite coffee-table books she and Prosper have been producing since the mid-1990s, as they welcome us into their spectacular apartment in Paris’s Palais Royal, the former royal residence opposite the Louvre. Their ever-growing catalogue of more than 1,700 titles includes some of the world’s most coveted books on style, architecture, art, design, fashion, gastronomy, photography and travel. Fashion savvy, the pair have also teamed up with Cartier, Dior, Valentino and Louis Vuitton…

3 min.
standing alone and singing from the heart andrea bocelli millions in awe at his solo performance of ‘hope’ at milan’s deserted cathedral

‘I will cherish the memory of this incredible experience’ Andrea It was a unique event even for these extraordinary times: one of the world’s most famous tenors standing alone inside one of Italy’s most beautiful landmarks, giving the performance of a lifetime to an absent crowd. Andrea Bocelli, who usually sings in front of thousands, gave a solo concert on Easter Sunday inside the empty Duomo in Milan. It was as moving as it was powerful. Within days, his performance, entitled Music for Hope and streamed live around the world on YouTube, had received more than 36m views and has become the biggest live-streamed classical concert of all time, in what was described as “an uplifting message of love, healing and hope through music”. The much-loved singer, who has been self-isolating with his wife…

6 min.
joined by husband tom and son alfie catherine tyldesley praises the vital roles of carers and teachers as she keeps spirits up at home

‘I tell Tom he’s Wigan’s answer to Joe Wicks’ Every Thursday evening, Catherine Tyldesley is outside her Cheshire home clapping in thanks to NHS workers, joined by her husband Tom Pitfield and their five-year-old son Alfie. “We have been extremely loud, banging pots and pans, showing our support for how wonderful they all are,” says the actress, whose praise for those on the front line extends to teachers, too. “Like our NHS heroes, teachers deserve a huge pay rise. Alfie’s teacher has been phenomenal, still there for us every day online and with lesson plans for the class. “Alfie will happily do his work for his teacher, but when it comes to Mummy it’s a different thing. I was joking with her the other day, saying: You know Alfie will return to school illiterate…

3 min.
breakfast d.j. and proud dad chris evans on his delight at son noah’s adventurous spirit as he camps out for health heroes

‘The messages of support Noah is receiving are as inspirational as the donations’ His father is the king of breakfast radio and he lives in the shadow of Windsor Castle, but for now, 11-year-old Noah Evans’s home is a den in his back garden. The big-hearted son of Virgin Radio star Chris is camping out for 28 days to raise funds to kit out front-line NHS workers. And his 54-year-old dad, who attracts an audience of millions worldwide to his breakfast show, could not be prouder. Posing for photos with Noah and his seven-year-old son Eli, Chris tells HELLO! : “I know his mum, brothers, sisters and I are biased, but he’s an absolute superstar.” A TAILOR-MADE CHALLENGE Noah’s plan was hatched after his mum Natasha told him about Scrubs, Glorious Scrubs, a network of volunteer seamstresses…

11 min.
the inside story

THE DUCHESS OF CORNWALL FINDS LOCKDOWN LIBRARY IS CHARACTER-BUILDING Literature lover the Duchess of Cornwall has been spending her lockdown in the company of some colourful characters. While self-isolating with her husband the Prince of Wales at their Birkhall estate in the Highlands, (where they are known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay) Camilla (left) shared a list of her favourite books with readers of an Aberdeenshire newspaper. “In these challenging times… many of us are finding comfort in reading, to fire up our imaginations, to take us on journeys and to make us laugh,” the Duchess, who is patron of the National Literacy Trust, told The Press and Journal. Among her eclectic choices – the nine books she called “my dearest friends’” (above) – are classics and more modern reads.…

6 min.
former ‘strictly’ dancer and his american tv star fiancee artem chigvintsev and nikki bella happy at home in arizona as they prepare to welcome their first child after his perfect paris proposal

‘Having a baby is a big deal… I’ve always wanted to have kids’Artem As they count down the weeks to becoming parents this summer, former Strictly Come Dancing champion Artem Chigvintsev and his fiancée Nikki Bella are using the enforced lockdown to spend time at home, reading and playing board games, or outside together hiking in Sedona, Arizona. “We love it there; it’s very spiritual,” Artem tells HELLO! , from the home in Phoenix he shares with the former WWE wrestling star. Like the rest of the world they’re adjusting to life during the coronavirus pandemic. “It is a really crazy time. It’s going to be interesting to see what happens with the new restrictions. We usually go for pregnancy scans together but I couldn’t go to the last one, because new rules…