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HELLO! magazine 1633

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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10 min.
speaking to us from their magnificent tudor estate viscount and viscountess hinchingbrooke on their ‘family cocoon’, helping the community and keeping the spirit of mapperton alive during lockdown

‘It’s spring, so the gardens are beginning to look their best… While that’s wonderful for us, it’s sad that other people can’t enjoy it’ Luke Nestled in a Dorset valley surrounded by 2,000 acres of rolling hills and woodland is Mapperton House, a stately pile usually filled with bustling crowds of visitors. Today it stands quiet and practically empty, its only inhabitants Luke and Julie Montagu, aka Viscount and Viscountess Hinchingbrooke, their four children and their extended family, who are living at the family seat during lockdown. “It’s looking ravishing,” says Luke of the magnificent Tudor property, once voted the finest manor house in England and recently used as a location for the upcoming Netflix adaptation of Rebecca , starring Lily James. “It’s spring, so the wisteria and clematis are coming out and the…

5 min.
walking on air as she supports a royally good cause gaby roslin puts her best foot forward as she reveals her passion project – and some shoes fit for a princess

‘You automatically feel better when you add colour to your day’ As a mum of two daughters, Gaby Roslin is ideally placed to design shoes for a little girl. So the TV and radio presenter – on top of the world as she looks out over the London skyline for HELLO! ’s exclusive photoshoot (taken before the coronavirus lockdown) – is excited to tell us all about the funky footwear she is going to send as a gift to Princess Charlotte. “These are happy shoes,” says Gaby, 55, of the handmade trainers, which feature neon pink, yellow and orange stripes and innovative memory and recovery foam technology. She has teamed up with British footwear brand Air & Grace to create the limited-edition products – only 130 pairs have been made – to raise…

1 min.
gaby says hello! to the stars

Spreading her message of joy and happiness further, Gaby has been putting her gift of the gab and sunny personality to good use during lockdown. After interviewing the likes of Helen Skelton and Julia Bradbury at our Star Women awards last year (left), she is now taking over HELLO!’s social media feeds to present HELLO ! Let’s Gab, an Instagram Live chat show that sees her have a virtual chinwag with a host of her star friends. Guests so far have included This Morning’s husband-and-wife team Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford (right), who told Gaby how they’re keeping fit in lockdown. This Country actress Daisy May Cooper had the presenter in stitches as she talked about the people in the supermarket who inspired her hit show, while Matt Baker opened up about leaving…

8 min.
picnics, family fun and glorious gardens stars under lockdown how some of our favourite stars are making the most of their time at home

They are more used to glamorous nights out on the red carpet, gracing our TV screens or strutting their stuff on stage, but these famous faces aren’t letting their current confinement stop them being stylish at home. Posing for HELLO! in their sunny gardens, captured by photographer Nicky Johnston from his car (above) – adhering to rules on social distancing – our celebrity self-isolaters share how they have been keeping their spirits up during lockdown. From tending to their gardens and getting fit to relishing extra time with their families, the stars reflect on their time indoors and out… LISA MAXWELL ‘I have done a hell of a lot of gardening. We live in the Cotswolds, and I’ve got quite a large garden that needs maintenance. It keeps me fit and stops me…

4 min.
exclusive with the good doctor miss england bhasha mukherjee trades in her gowns for scrubs as she returns to the n.h.s. front line

‘I felt I should be back working as a doctor on the front line, where I am needed’ Since being crowned Miss England last summer, Bhasha Mukherjee has been using her profile to help improve the health of vulnerable communities around the world. But now the 24-year-old junior doctor has cut short her latest mercy mission to focus on an emergency closer to home, and has returned to work on the front line at a Lincolnshire hospital as medics struggle to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. “It didn’t feel right to be escaping it,” Bhasha tells HELLO! in our exclusive interview. “I needed to come back and help out. Even though the charity work I was doing was worthwhile, under these circumstances, where the whole world is sort of crumbling, I felt I…

3 min.
royal wedding cellist turns 21 sheku kanneh-mason puts palace disappointment aside with stunning living room concert

‘The house is big and noisy again, with music and practice… and big pots of food’Kadie Kanneh-Mason April was meant to be Sheku Kanneh-Mason’s big month. The gifted cellist, who captivated the world when he played at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding in 2018, not only turned 21 but was also due to collect his MBE for services to music. Neither landmark could be celebrated properly due to Covid-19 but the musician remains characteristically philosophical. “I was of course disappointed but it’s not the end of the world,” he tells HELLO! of his investiture, now postponed until “sometime later in the year – I don’t know when exactly”. His mum Kadie – who, with his dad Stuart, was to accompany him to Buckingham Palace – is probably more disappointed than he is.…