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Good Housekeeping UK September 2019

Good Housekeeping Magazine gives you the best recipes, health advice, beauty and fashion expertise, consumer testing reports, great ideas for your home and real life inspirational stories. It is the one magazine you can always trust for expertise and tireless attention to detail delivered in a positive and accessible way which gives readers direct access to “the best of everything”.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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2 min.
are you ready for a challenge?

Most of us enjoy being pushed outside our comfort zones, at least from time to time, and testing our mettle. That certainly goes for Fern Britton, our cover star this month, which was just as well, because on the day of our photoshoot on a beautiful Cornish beach, we had to contend with everything the British weather could possibly throw at us! But, despite wind, torrential rain and occasional fleeting moments of sunshine, Fern kept smiling and her adventurous spirit never faltered (she even climbed a huge rock because she knew it would make a great picture). Fern reckons she’s become braver and bolder with age, and it’s something she’s noticed in her peer group, too. ‘I talk to a lot of my friends who are in their 50s and…

1 min.
tried, tested, trusted

Your trust is important to us, which is why: Every recipe is tested three times in the GHI kitchens. Every product test bearing the GHI logo is carried out to the strict standards laid down by the Good Housekeeping Institute, our leading research centre. Recommendations on our editorial pages are based on the impartial advice of our editors and expert contributors. All health articles are checked for accuracy by the Good Housekeeping Health Watch team of health professionals. All prices are correct at time of going to press. GET IN TOUCH WITH US! We aim to correct significant inaccuracies in the next available issue. Email us at goodh.mail@hearst.co.uk Good Housekeeping is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation (which regulates the UK magazine and newspaper industry). We abide by the Editors’ Code of…

2 min.
worth sharing write, email, facebook or tweet

Q. What’s the biggest surprise you’ve ever had? A. My husband proposed to me while we were on holiday in Turkey. We’d been together 16 years – I thought he’d never ask! DEBORAH JACKSON When I was in my 20s, I was told I’d never conceive naturally. Five years later, I received the surprise of my life when we found out we had conceived a honeymoon baby! I’m now a mum to three wonderful children. LAUREN THOMAS My daughter invited me and my husband to visit her for the weekend to celebrate my birthday. We went out for a meal and, when we arrived, I found a room full of my friends and family. JOSEPHINE HESKETH I received a card in the post from my mum. In it was a cheque to pay for my wedding dress…

1 min.
good ideas for september

COMPILED BY: MEDINA AZALDIN, CAROLYN BAILEY, LYNDA BELL, JAMES CUNNINGHAM, GILLIAN DAVIES, ALICE SHIELDS…

11 min.
‘i’m ready to stop being a responsible adult!’

“I don’t plan the route of my life because I’ll miss all the interesting lanes” Fern Britton loves Cornwall (whatever the weather). It’s just as well, as on our shoot we faced all four seasons in one day! It didn’t bother Fern, as she posed for photos on the beach and laughed while dodging the wind and rain. Fern has just released her ninth book, The Newcomer, in paperback, and it’s the latest instalment in her joyous ode to the Cornish coast. Now 62, Fern’s feeling reinvigorated, re-powered and braver than ever in the face of challenges. With her children ‘getting sorted’, Fern, who’s mum to twins Harry and Jack, 25, Grace, 22, and Winnie, 18, admits she’s looking forward to ‘stopping being such a responsible adult’ and all that brings. Here, Fern shares…

6 min.
your new season style edit

Put it in NEUTRAL Camel, tan, taupe, beige: whatever shade you choose, neutrals flatter every age and body shape, which makes them a timeless wardrobe staple. Wear them head to toe and inject a pop of vibrant colour, such as royal blue or bright acid yellow, for work, for days out, for lunch; the choice is yours. Say hello to LADYLIKE Iconic silhouettes from the 1950s are back in vogue and work just as well in the office as they do on dinner dates with the girls. Look out for jewel tones, satin pieces and details such as pussy-bow necklines, demure blouses and cute kitten heels. Go hell for LEATHER No longer just for rock stars, leather has had a bit of a makeover and the results are gorgeous. Supple, buttery soft and sexy, the…