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Woman's Own


Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Woman's Own is one of the best loved weeklies for women who know how to enjoy life, are fun-loving, confident and whatever their age, feel 10 years younger. It delivers a weekly mix of news, views, celebrity gossip and intriguing real-life. It's smart, surprising, and straight talking.

United Kingdom
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52 Issues


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take me out

The return of ‘No likey, no lighty!’ will see Paddy McGuinness back as host of series 11 of the popular dating show, where first impressions really count. 30 single ladies must decide whether to keep their light on or not as a single man reveals himself! At least one light must be left on by the end to give him a chance of meeting the girl of his dreams. But will she be turned on or turned off? • Tune in Saturdays, on ITV Get six issues of WOMAN’S OWN from £1* Subscribe online at womansownsubs.co.uk/ADB9 or call 0330 333 1113, quoting code ADB9…

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get the goss

Nadia, ‘I could forgive Mark for cheating’ To forgive or not to forgive a one-night stand is a controversial dilemma, but Loose Women panellist Nadia Sawalha says she’d give her husband of 17 years, Mark Adderley, a second chance if he ever cheated on her. ‘Everyone can make a mistake with a one-night stand,’ she said. ‘If you haven’t planned to go out and be unfaithful and everyone’s giddy or had too much to drink… That kind of scenario is not the same as someone who works with someone, and has been thinking about them, planning a liaison. That’s totally different. ‘Everyone can make a mistake’ ‘I think I’d work through it if Mark had a one-night stand,’ she continued. ‘I know him so well, and have been through so much just to throw…

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sofa wars?

It’s become one of the nation’s most expensive and fiercely fought-over sofas. Forget giggles and cute pets, because the cosy world of daytime telly is kicking off big time and leading the charge is ITV’s flagship This Morning, with its stars caught up in a headline-grabbing pay row. Come the New Year, the show is reportedly being extended by an extra half-hour – running from 10am (rather than 10.30am) to 12.30pm – every weekday to plug the ratings-sapping gap created by the axing of The Jeremy Kyle Show. For this additional 30 minutes, it’s thought Monday-to-Thursday hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield are set to pocket an additional £150,000-a-year on top of the £600k they both already earn. Yes, you read that right – an additional £150k for two hours extra a week.…

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rapid romances

Nadia Sawalha and Mark Adderley Loose Women panellist Nadia, 54, had known TV producer Mark for five months when they tied the knot back in 2002, and she’s admitted they didn’t really know each other, saying, ‘We were drinking a lot and I think our initial romance was fuelled by that.’ Ben Foden and Jackie Belanoff-Smith Rugby player Ben got hitched to Jackie two weeks after they met, causing some to wonder if Ben, 34, who was previously married to Una Healy, had hurried things up so he ‘could stay in the US’ with his American girlfriend. Sheridan Smith and Jamie Horn She hasn’t had much luck with men, but Sheridan seems to have found a match in Jamie. The actress, 37, got engaged to her toy-boy lover three months after they met on Tinder,…

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‘one would think i came from some sort of breeding’

Strictly just gets jets bigger and better every year! Why? ‘I’m a bit of an historian’ It’s the joy of a new cast every year. It’s changed in the last few years because ‘celebrity’ has changed. Everyone would know everyone who was signed up and want to know how they got on, but now you can have people from all worlds who grow on you. Who knew Saffron Barker from this year or Joe Sugg from last year unless you follow YouTube? But as soon as you meet them, you love them. The show is the star and people like to see the celebrities grow. You’ve penned another book after last year’s bestseller was dubbed ‘Downton with dance’! I can’t tell you how thrilled I am with Moonlight Over Mayfair. I’d always wanted to…

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decoding the ‘girl code’

If you’re a woman, there aren’t many things you can do worse than break the dreaded ‘girl code’. This involves not dissing another female, even if she is the nastiest piece of work going. It’s all about the ‘sisterhood’ and bonding together in the face of adversity (or men, as most of us saner folk call them). ‘Why should you have to support someone you can’t stand just because they have boobs, too?’ Who knows who invented this weird mantra that women always have to stick up for each other. It’s just plain wrong. Why should you have to support someone you can’t stand just because they happen to have boobs, too? The whole ‘girl’s girl’ thing has been blown out of the water by the WAG war between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy.…