Woman 26-Jul-2021

Published by TI Media Limited Woman is a must-have weekly fix of hot celebrity news, juicy TV insider gossip, compelling real life stories and body confident fashion and beauty. Its lifestyle section offers brilliant ideas on homes and interiors, the latest product news and user-friendly advice. Woman is first for food too with healthy family friendly menu ideas.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Future Publishing Ltd
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Weekly
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editor

Hands up if your bra doesn’t fit you that well or could do with an upgrade? Yep, thought so! This week, the team has put together a guide (p56) to help you find a bra that’s right for you. Out with the faded, slightly grey undies and in with the crisp, new lingerie, ladies! And the best part? You don’t need to schlep around the shops getting dressed and undressed (over and over again) because they are all shoppable directly from the page, in the comfort of your living room. It really is that easy. So, if you haven’t given it a go yet, take a quick look at what you need to do on the next page enjoy a new shopping experience.Happyretailtherapy! Hannah Fernando, Editor…

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what a week

IT’S THE RETURN OF FLIRTY FERN! Since splitting from Phil Vickery last year, Fern Britton has had some highs and lows. But one thing she seems to be doing is embracing single life. Last week, the author and TV presenter received a tweet from a man saying, ‘You are bloody lovely Fern,’ accompanied with the love-heart eyes emoji. Clearly flattered, Fern replied, ‘Why thank you young man,’ with a grinning emoji. And, earlier this year, Fern flirted with another potential suitor on Twitter, when she told one male follower she was ‘ready to be tucked in’ to bed. It seems Fern is keen to take her time finding Mr Right, though, saying, ‘I am enjoying not having to share life with somebody. I don’t think I’m prepared to hand over my autonomy…

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can holly save the show?

Good Morning Britain is still yet to replace Piers Morgan after his sensational walkout in March after arguing on-air with fellow presenter Alex Beresford. While there have been popular stand-ins, including Richard Madeley, Alastair Campbell, Adil Ray and Martin Lewis, producers haven’t yet decided who will take the helm permanently. ‘I suspect I’ll be backsoon’ Now viewers are calling for another famous face to take on the role - This Morning’s Holly Willoughby. And, with Piers hinting that he could return to the breakfast show, could he and Holly be ITV’s new golden couple? A new dynamic duo? Fans of Good Morning Britain have made it clear they’d love to see Holly, 40, on the show. One commented, ‘Can you get Holly Willoughby to host on GMB?’ while another said, ‘If Ben Shephard can present…

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prince george’s best moments!

From his frequent appearances on royal tours to walking down the aisle at royal weddings, Prince George never fails to give us a laugh. His expressions usually range from glee to pure sass, and the little prince always seems to be getting up to something… GETTING THE GIGGLES In a series of hilarious antics from Prince George, the cheeky chap struggled to stifle a giggle as he walked down the aisle at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October 2018. FACEPALM Life as a royal is glamorous, but Prince George’s facepalm moment in June 2017 as he watched the Trooping the Colour Parade from Buckingham Palace proves how relatable he is! L IS FOR… For one of his sassiest moments yet, Prince George proudly held up the universal ‘L is for loser’ hand signal during the Cambridges’ royal…

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the royal insider

It was the event that should have put everything in perspective. Unveiling a memorial to their mother on what would have been her 60th birthday was supposed to bring warring William and Harry back together. But now, as the dust settles on an event the brothers spent more than three years planning, it seems that little, if anything, has changed between them. Sources tell me there is no ‘thawing’ of the frost that has blighted the relationship between the once-inseparable princes. At best, William and Harry were able to call a temporary ceasefire as they awkwardly hosted members of Princess Diana’s family and other VIPs in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden. When the Duke of Sussex flew to Britain alone, his aim was simple – put on a brave face, get through the ceremony, then race…

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‘devastating lows’ for prince george

He may have emerged as England’s cheerleader-in-chief at the Euros, but Prince George was ‘inconsolable’ on the way home from Wembley. The eight-year-old was, according to my sources, overwhelmed by his first taste of the agony that comes with cheering on his beloved team. George was only able to make his second appearance in the royal box after Mum Kate returned a negative COVID test. The duchess had been forced to isolate after an alert from NHS Track and Trace during a day at Wimbledon earlier in the week. As one palace insider remarked, ‘It seems the prince learnt a valuable lesson – supporting England has incredible highs, but also devastating lows. On the way home, William and Kate struggled to cheer him up.’…

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